Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge Now In Stable Condition After Suffering StrokeFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge remains hospitalized after suffering a stroke last week, but there is good news as his status has changed to stable condition.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge Hospitalized After StrokeFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge is hospitalized after a stroke.
Former Pa. Governor Tom Ridge Critical Of President Donald Trump Following White House RemarksFormer Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge was highly critical of President Donald Trump following his remarks from the White House on Thursday.
'Honorable Man': Former Pennsylvania Republican Governor Tom Ridge Endorses Joe Biden For President Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, a Republican, has endorsed his first Democrat for president.
Former Pa. Republican Governor Tom Ridge Says He Is Voting For Joe BidenTom Ridge, the former governor of Pennsylvania and a Republican, announced he is voting for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.
Tom Ridge, The First Homeland Security Secretary, Says He'd Likely Resign Before Letting Federal Agents Into American Cities
VoteSafe Pennsylvania Launches Effort To Encourage Safe And Secure Voting By Mailhe November election is likely to occur while the coronavirus pandemic is still with us.
Former Pa. Governor Tom Ridge Says Stay-At-Home Protests Dishonor VeteransIn an op-ed, former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge called protestors of stay-at-home orders selfish and dishonoring America's veterans.
Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge Says He's 'Disappointed And Troubled' By President Trump's Ukraine CallA former Pennsylvania governor says he is troubled by President Trump's alleged actions that led to the impeachment inquiry, saying it was an "abuse of power."
Former Gov. Ridge Reflects On Attending Bush FuneralAmong the hundreds attending the funeral of the late President Bush was former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge, who first met the President nearly 40 years ago.
Corbett Credits Late President Bush With Launching His Political CareerFormer Gov. Tom Corbett first met George Herbert Walker Bush in 1988 when the Vice President was running for President and the late Elsie Hillman, a distant cousin of Bush's and National Republican Committeewoman, asked Corbett to run the Bush campaign locally.