Republican Party of Pennsylvania congratulates Cumberland County Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy DA Megan McCarthy King on Primary Election victories

Tuesday, Republican Party of Pennsylvania endorsed candidates Cumberland County Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy District Attorney Megan McCarthy King won the 2019 Republican primary election for Superior Court. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “Throughout the Primary Election campaign, Judge Christylee Peck and Deputy DA Megan […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania congratulates new members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly

Tuesday, three Republicans won special election races for the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Marci Mustello won her election to represent the 11th House District, Doug Mastriano won his election to represent Pennsylvania’s 33rd Senatorial District, and Joe Pittman won his election to represent Pennsylvania’s 41st Senatorial District. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania congratulates Fred Keller on winning 12th Congressional District special election

Tuesday, State Representative Fred Keller overwhelmingly won Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District special election.  In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “Fred Keller ran a great campaign and talked about his support for ideas that all Americans can get behind: a better economy, more jobs, and getting government out of […]

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PA GOP Chairman’s Update – May 19, 2019

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: With the Primary Election on Tuesday, I want to remind everyone to vote! At the top of the ticket for Superior Court, I hope you will join me in supporting Cumberland County Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy District Attorney Megan McCarthy […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania makes television ad buy in support of Superior Court team of Judge Christylee Peck and Deputy DA Megan McCarthy King

As the Republican primary election for Superior Court comes to a close on May 21st, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania has placed a television ad buy in support of the endorsed team of Cumberland County Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy District Attorney Megan McCarthy King. The ad will run in the Harrisburg and […]

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PA GOP Statement on Joe Biden’s second Pennsylvania appearance

2020 Democrat Presidential hopeful former U.S. Senator and Vice President Joe Biden will be kicking off his campaign for a second time in Philadelphia Saturday.  In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “Joe Biden has thus far run a campaign that seeks to paint over the failures of the […]

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PA GOP Statement on Sen. Elizabeth Warren campaigning in Pennsylvania

2020 Democrat Presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Philadelphia Monday afternoon, holding a town hall with members of the American Federation of Teachers. In response to the announcement, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “With her support for the $93 trillion Green New […]

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PA GOP Chairman’s Update – May 12, 2019

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: To start, I want to begin by wishing all mothers out there a wonderful Mother’s Day! This week the Republican Party of Pennsylvania took the lead in calling out some of the most outrageous conduct we’ve ever seen from a state lawmaker when […]

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Rep. Sims’ non-apology video is not enough

Responding to overwhelming negative criticism over videos he posted on social media exhibiting harassing, intimidating, and potentially criminal behavior aimed at women and teenagers peacefully exercising their First Amendment Rights, Rep. Brian Sims posted another video to his Twitter account Tuesday in what amounts to a non-apology. The video, which is two minutes in length, […]

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