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Hillary And McGinty: Partners In Lying

When it comes to lying about campaign contributions, it looks like Hillary Clinton is taking a page out of the Katie McGinty playbook. Over the past week, both Katie McGinty and Hillary Clinton lied on camera about accepting campaign contributions from the oil and gas industry. While Hillary made her dubious claim yesterday afternoon, McGinty ... Read More
Tom Wolf: Just Ignore My $3 Billion Cut To Education

“America’s Most Liberal Governor” Claims to Support More Funding for Schools After Vetoing $3 Billion in December HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement regarding Governor Tom Wolf’s latest attempt to divert attention away from his $3 billion cut to education. “Tom Wolf has single-handedly cut $3 billion ... Read More
Tom Wolf’s Groundhog Day

“America’s Most Liberal Governor” Ignores His $3 Billion Cut From Schools HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement regarding Governor Tom Wolf’s education proposal. “Tom Wolf lost all credibility when it comes to education when he single-handedly cut $3 billion from our school budgets,” Sweeney said. “Tom Wolf ... Read More
PA GOP Celebrates Black History Month

HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement today in celebration of Black History Month. “Today and throughout the coming month, our Commonwealth and nation will celebrate the many achievements and accomplishments of the members of our Black community,” Gleason said. “Since our Party’s founding by abolitionists, the Republican Party ... Read More
ICYMI: Altoona Mirror: Wolf’s line-item veto hurting Tyrone Hospital

Gov. Tom Wolf”s recent line-item veto of supplemental funds for Pennsylvania hospitals – including Tyrone Hospital – is having a significant impact. The governor blue-lined those funds, which amount to $17.5 million in state funding and would trigger another $18.5 million in matching federal funds. The cuts included funding for 14 critical access hospitals in ... Read More