Joe Hoeffel

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Joe Hoeffel
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U.S. House of Representatives
Former member
In office
1998-2004
PartyDemocratic
Joseph M. "Joe" Hoeffel III (b. September 3, 1950) is a Democrat, a former Congressman, and is currently the vice-chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners. In 2004 Hoeffell ran unsuccessfully against then-Republican Arlen Specter for Senate. On September 21, 2009, Hoeffel announced his candidacy in the Democratic primary for Governor of Pennsylvania in 2010.[1]

Hoeffel lost in the primary, coming in fourth with 12.7%.

Education

  • Boston University
  • Temple University

Elections

2010

See also: Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 2010 and Gubernatorial elections, 2010
2010 Race for Governor - Democrat Primary[2]
Candidates Percentage
Joseph M. Hoeffel (D) 12.7%
Green check mark.jpg Dan Onorato (D) 45.1%
Jack Wagner (D) 24.2%
Anthony Hardy Williams (D) 18.1%
Total votes 1,018,496

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