This budget is not balanced for this year, and it's a billion dollars short for next yearPa. lawmakers announce budget compromise Sep 11, 2009
This country desperately needs to build a high-speed rail passenger systemSchwarzenegger calls for gas tax hike Mar 22, 2009
We've tried to talk him into it but he's bound and determined to stay a RepublicanDems try to lure Specter to their side Mar 17, 2009
We understand our obligation and all of us, whether we supported the bill wholeheartedly or whether we had questions about the bill, all of us intend to be good stewards of the money that we spend with this billRendell: Stimulus aid will help states Feb 21, 2009
Who's trying to bring the economy back, and who's trying to stop it, I think, for purely political reasonsRendell: GOP votes 'purely political' Aug 15, 2010
Edward Gene "Ed" Rendell (pronounced /rɛnˈdɛl/; born January 5, 1944) is the 45th and current Governor of Pennsylvania. Rendell, a member of the Democratic Party, was elected Governor of Pennsylvania in 2002, and his term of office began January 21, 2003. He is currently a Member of the Democratic Governors Association Executive Committee, and also served as General Chairman of the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 presidential election. Rendell is also a football analyst on Comcast SportsNet's Eagles Postgame Live, hosted by Michael Barkann.
From 2008 to 2009, Governor Rendell was the Chairman of the National Governors Association. He is married to Marjorie Rendell, a Federal judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Rendell is also a faculty member of the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, and chair of Team Pennsylvania Foundation.
Rendell was born in New York City to Jewish American parents Jesse T. Rendell and Emma Sloat; all four of his grandparents were immigrants from Russia. He attended Riverdale Country School before the University of Pennsylvania, B.A. degree, 1965, and Villanova University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1968. He served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1968 to 1974.