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Heather Heidelbaugh has been an advocate of smaller government, lower taxes and has stood up to those engaged in voter fraud around this Commonwealth. Heather does this through her role as an attorney. Currently, she is a Shareholder in the Litigation Services and Intellectual Property groups of Babst, Calland, Clements and Zomnir, P.C. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is also a nationally-recognized expert on election law. Most notably, Heather's lawsuit against ACORN exposed a massive voter fraud operation in Philadelphia. It was her work on this case that caused the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties to request her testimony on this issue, which she gladly provided.

Her advocacy in this arena has drawn accolades from conservatives and has even caught the attention of the mainstream media. Heather may be familiar to you from her numerous interviews with the Wall Street Journal, ABC World News Tonight, CNN; American Spectator; the New York Times; the Washington Times; Politico; and Investors Business Daily, among others, including local news outlets. Heather has also spoken at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and has been featured on Fox News, including The Factor with Bill O'Reilly.

Heather has a long list of accomplishments outside of her advocacy for fair and clean elections. She was honored with the Allegheny County Bar Association's Pro Bono Award for her work in forming a legal clinic for the homeless in Allegheny County. Heather is also Vice-President of the National Republican Lawyers Association, she was recently selected as a Fellow to the Litigation Counsel of America, and has been recognized as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. But, her most important achievement is being the mother to a wonderful son and daughter. Please welcome Heather Heidelbaugh.



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