WEST CHESTER (March 9) – State Senator Andy Dinniman’s offices remain open for business despite a ransomware cyber attack that has impacted computers in Senate Democratic offices across Pennsylvania.

“These types of attacks continue to be a serious threat to businesses, individuals, and government institutions. This latest attack has not only threatened the public dialogue, it has also attempted to disrupt government operations and services across the Commonwealth,” Dinniman said. “However, we will remain open to serve and represent our constituents.”

Dinniman emphasized that individuals can continue to contact his office the following ways: 

  • By Telephone: West Chester District Office at (610) 692-2112

                                      Harrisburg Capitol Office at (717) 787-5709

  • Via Fax: West Chester District Office at (610) 436-1721

                                  Harrisburg Capitol Office at (717) 787-4384

                                         Twitter Direct Messages to @SenatorDinniman

  • Personal visit:

                                  West Chester District Office – 1 North Church St, West Chester, PA 19382

                                Harrisburg Capitol Office – 182 Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg, PA 17120

“Our website is up and my hope is that the remaining computer issues will be resolved very soon and that this will be a short-term inconvenience,” Dinniman said. “But nothing is stopping us from continuing to serve and represent our constituents.” 

The cyber attack started in the early morning hours on March 3 and has impacted caucus computers, networks, and databases. Senate caucus officials have been in contact with law enforcement at the state and federal levels.

Dinniman said his office will continue to provide more updates as new information becomes available.