PA GOP Statement On Primary Election Night

HARRISBURG –  Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding Pennsylvania’s Primary Election results. “Today, hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians voiced their public support for Pat Toomey’s re-election,” Gleason said. “Pat Toomey is a strong leader who has fought to lower taxes, create jobs and  keep our nation safe. We will […]

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Santarsiero Election Law Violation Complaint Filed

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission today regarding a flagrantly illegal website run by Democrat Congressional candidate and State Representative Steve Santarsiero. “I called on the FEC to investigate Democrat Steve Santarsiero today because the evidence is clear that his dirty trick website broke […]

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Chairman Gleason Releases Statement On Congressman Joe Pitts’ Decision Not To Seek Re-Election

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding 16th District Congressman Joe Pitts’ decision not to seek re-election in 2016. “Congressman Joe Pitts is an incredible Dean of the huge Pennsylvania Republican delegation,” Gleason said. “During his 19 years in Congress, Joe Pitts has served as a tireless advocate […]

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Congressman Visits Letterkenny Army Depot

The Record-Herald U.S. Congressman Bill Shuster, a Republican whose district includes Franklin County, spent Thursday morning at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg. Shuster’s visit included a tour of the missile complex and an update by base leadership, where he was joined by local business and government representatives. As a senior member on the House Armed Services Committee, […]

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In Case You Missed It: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Pennsylvania’s Congressional Delegation Commands Clout

With the Republican Party poised to take a stronger lead in the Capitol, so too is Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation, lawmakers and analysts say. When the 114th Congress convenes on Tuesday, the House composition of 247 Republicans and 188 Democrats will represent the largest GOP majority since 1929. Senate Republicans hold a 54-to-46 advantage over Democrats. […]

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Armond James Offers Needed Change

Editorial Philadelphia Inquirer Newcomer James, 33, who has made a point of spending time in some of the district’s rougher neighborhoods, advocates more support for vocational alternatives to college as well as corporate tax reform to improve employment. If elected, he would have a long way to go to match Fattah’s record of service. Given […]

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Costello In The Sixth

Editorial Philadelphia Inquier The Inquirer endorses RYAN COSTELLO. Costello has worked productively with Democrats, adding credibility to his campaign promise to fight partisan gridlock in Congress. He speaks convincingly about trying to connect local industries with schools to create career paths for students, and he wants to cut the cost of higher education. Costello supports […]

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