Ed Giannattasio Death, Obituary – Ed Giannattasio, a member of the Democratic Party, sought election to represent Pennsylvania’s 109th Legislative District in the House of Representatives under the banner of the Democratic Party. On the occasion of this announcement, the Columbia County Democratic Party would like to express its most heartfelt condolences to Giannattasio’s family and friends. After learning the devastating news that Ed’s health had taken a sudden and unexpected turn for the worse, our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family, his friends, and our community, all of which Ed had previously devoted a significant amount of his time and energy to.
Ed did not run for public office because he lusted after power or position; rather, he did so because he felt compelled to answer the call to serve in response to the violent attempt to overturn the results of the election that took place in 2020. Ed ran for public office because he felt compelled to answer the call to serve in response to the violent attempt to overturn the results of the election. He wanted to run for office so that he could bring about the reform that was so desperately required in the corrupt political system in Harrisburg, and so that he could serve as a representative for the people of Columbia County, looking out for their best interests.
Throughout the course of his campaign, he placed a primary emphasis on defending our fundamental rights, free and fair elections, public schools, and economic opportunity. These are all issues that he believes should be prioritized. In addition to this, he advocated for the improvement of public schools. This fight will not end with his passing, and we will continue to fight in his honor for the important American principles that he stood for long after he has been laid to rest.
This fight will continue even after he has been laid to rest. On April 26th, Ed posted on his campaign page on Facebook that “The best thing you can do to win the midterm elections is to talk to your friends about issues and encourage them to VOTE.” In other words, the most important thing you can do to win the midterm elections is to discuss the issues with your friends and encourage them to vote. Ed’s post was a reference to the fact that the best thing you can do to win the midterm elections is to talk to your friends about issues and encourage them to VOTE.
This is the best thing you can do to win the midterm elections. This is something that continues to be the case, and we owe a debt of gratitude to Ed for his willingness to serve his country and for the way in which he served as a model for others. If you believe in the importance of the issues that Ed fought for, then I strongly urge you to support him on Tuesday by giving him your vote.