When it comes to fighting the opioid epidemic, Tom Wolf sides with special interests

Wednesday, Republican Gubernatorial nominee Scott Wagner unveiled his plan to combat the opioid crisis in Pennsylvania. The plan stands in stark contrast to the priorities of Tom Wolf, who earlier this year, vetoed legislation that would have aided in the fight against the opioid crisis after taking PAC money from special interests associated with workers’ […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania statement on 9/11 Anniversary

Tuesday marked the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks occurring in New York, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania. On the anniversary, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “On this day of solemn remembrance, we keep in mind those who died from these senseless attacks, the heroes that sacrificed their lives […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry has helped consumers save; industry should be fostered, not hindered

According to a recent report from the Consumer Energy Alliance, Pennsylvania consumers saved over $30 billion between 2006 and 2016 due to lower natural gas costs as a result of increased energy production and new technology. Of that $30 billion, residential customers saved over $13 billion. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, […]

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PA-01 Democrat nominee Scott Wallace has “significant holdings” in opioid manufacturing companies being sued by Bucks County

It was reported Thursday that PA-01 Democratic Congressional nominee Scott Wallace has hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in opioid manufacturing companies being sued by Bucks County, which makes up the majority of his district. According to The Washington Free Beacon, 170 people died from opioid overdoses in Bucks County in 2016. 230 people died […]

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Scott Wagner’s plan for jobs and the economy is the right path for Pennsylvania

Thursday, Republican nominee for Governor, Scott Wagner, unveiled his plan to create jobs and grow the economy in Pennsylvania. The plan focuses on combatting the skilled labor crisis, spurring business development and growth through deregulation, and creating a less onerous system of taxation. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following […]

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Bob Casey won’t agree to hometown debate with Lou Barletta

Tuesday, Sen. Bob Casey announced he has only agreed to debates in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh media markets, declining to debate Lou Barletta in the Harrisburg media market and their mutually-shared home region of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Jason Gottesman, made the following statement: “Given his penchant for obstruction, resistance, […]

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PA GOP Chairman Comments on the Passing of Sen. John McCain

Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement on the passing of Sen. John McCain: “Senator John McCain was the epitome of a self-sacrificing public servant and an American hero. He was a family man of great integrity and his voice will be missed in America and in the Republican Party. We […]

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Tom Wolf’s Hobson’s Choice

MEMORANDUM TO: Interested Parties FROM: Jason Gottesman, Director of Communications DATE: August 22, 2018 RE: Tom Wolf’s Hobson’s Choice As he asks Pennsylvanians to elect him to a second term in office, Tom Wolf’s stance, and first term success, on education has been murky at best. In a piece last week on Tom Wolf’s education […]

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