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Rep. Brendan F. Boyle

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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Cardinal Dougherty High School
  • University of Notre Dame
  • Harvard University
  • master's degree , public policy
    Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government
  • government
    Notre Dame
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Web References
Board of Directors - Legacy Youth Tennis and Education | Legacy Youth Tennis and Education
www.legacyyte.org, 8 Mar 2015 [cached]
Brendan F. Boyle State Representative
Brendan Boyle and staff from ...
www.northeasttimes.com, 17 July 2013 [cached]
Brendan Boyle and staff from the Legacy Youth Tennis and Education program last week visited young tennis players at Boyle Recreation Center.
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Brendan Boyle (D-170th dist.) in a visit to novice players at Boyle Recreation Center.
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Boyle went on to play at Cardinal Dougherty High School and, while in college, taught in the program for a year at Deni Playground in Frankford.
Today, Boyle is a Legacy board member and remains a big backer of the program. He said summer tennis helps kids stay in good physical shape and keeps them out of trouble. He credits Legacy with making the tuition affordable.
"It's a wonderful nonprofit that helps promote the sport," he said.
Boyle wins Democratic nod, ...
www.timesherald.com, 22 May 2014 [cached]
Boyle wins Democratic nod, Adock wins Republican nod in 13th Congressional primary
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Brendan Boyle, D-170, said he is passionate issues such as making higher education more affordable and increasing the national minimum wage.
NORRISTOWN State Rep. Brendan Boyle, D-Dist. 170, decisively won the Democratic primary in the 13th Congressional primary race on Tuesday by defeating two veteran Pennsylvania politicians and one electoral newcomer.
With all Philadelphia votes tabulated and 98 percent of Montgomery County votes counted, Boyle had a 24,476 vote total with 19,205 votes in Philadelphia and 5,271 votes in Montgomery County.
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Boyle, 37, has lived in the Somerton section of Philadelphia for 10 years. He earned a degree in government at Notre Dame University and a masters degree in public policy at Harvard University.
He was a consultant to the U.S. Defense Department at American Management Systems for three years before he was elected to the state House in 2008.
I have a mixture of frustration with the status quo and idealism. Many in the political process are not representing the views I have, Boyle said during the primary election campaign. I want to defend the middle class.
Boyle supports raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour.
That would immediately lift 4.9 million Americans out of poverty and help people with middle class wages, he said. Middle class wages have been stagnant.
The second campaign issue for Boyle was reforming the federal tax code.
It is completely unfair that a teacher or a firefighter pays a higher tax rate than a hedge fund operator, he said. I would reduce the gap so the hedge fund manager was taxed at the same rate as the middle class.
Boyle would make college more affordable by starting a merit-based scholarship program to begin reducing the student loan debt burden.
I have over $50,000 in student loan debt, he said. I was the first to go to college in my family.
On a recent campaign day, Boyle said he visited a school in Northeast Philadelphia to give an award to an essay contest winner; met with Philadelphia black clergy, a senior luncheon in Northeast Philadelphia; read to three classes at a preschool in Willow Grove and met with the Hatboro Democrats.
Boyle said he already represented part of Philadelphia and Montgomery County by serving as the District 170 representative. He pointed out he had been endorsed by more than 25 labor unions because I have the best record of fighting for the middle class.
Ive held over 200 campaign meet and greets, he said. I have done more community meetings than my other opponents.
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During his concession speech Tuesday night, Leach congratulated Boyle and said he would make a good Congressman.
Biography
www.pahouse.com, 8 Dec 2013 [cached]
Brendan F. Boyle (Montgomery & Philadelphia County) -- Elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2008, Brendan F. Boyle represents Pennsylvania's 170th legislative district. In 2010, Rep. Boyle was re-elected with 64% of the vote. In that same election, his brother, Kevin, was also elected to the state House from the neighboring 172nd district. They are the only brothers serving together in the state House.
The son of an Irish immigrant, Brendan Boyle was born and raised in the city of Philadelphia. The first in his family to attend college, he went to the University of Notre Dame, where he earned a bachelor's degree in government and completed the Hesburgh Program in Public Service. While at Notre Dame, he worked as a sportscaster, announcing Notre Dame football and basketball games on 640 WVFI-AM in South Bend, Ind.
Brendan later attended graduate school at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He graduated from Harvard in 2005, earning a master's degree in public policy.
Prior to his election to the House, Brendan worked in the private sector. He was a management consultant to various agencies within the U.S. Department of Defense, including Naval Sea Systems Command and the Military Sealift Command.
Brendan is the former chairman of the House Democratic Campaign Committee. In 2011, he was named an Aspen Institute Rodel Fellow. Brendan is also an adjunct professor of public policy at Drexel University.
Montgomery County Democratic Committee
mcdems.org, 15 Mar 2012 [cached]
Brendan Boyle
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