Three takeaways from Friday’s PA-10 debate

Friday, PA-10 Congressional candidates, Republican Scott Perry and Democrat George Scott, debated in front of the Hill Society at the Hilton Hotel in Harrisburg. During the debate, three policy points showed the difference between the two candidates and why Congressman Scott Perry is the best choice to represent the district: Health care George Scott supports […]

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ICYMI: “Pa. GOP chair blasts Central HS teacher for ‘liberal indoctrination’”

This week, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio made significant headlines in the fight against liberal indoctrination in our public schools by publicly expressing concerns about a Philadelphia School District Central High School teacher spreading lies about Republicans while in the workplace. Here is Chairman DiGiorgio’s statement on the matter, which also includes a […]

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Liberal dark money funneling into Pennsylvania campaigns

Shadowy dark money political action committees run by progressive interests are hard at work in Pennsylvania, funding socialist-obstructionist Democrats seeking to take on moderate Republicans in southeastern Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh suburbs. Without filing campaign finance reports or identifying the source of their money, organizations like the PA Fund for Change and the PA Leadership […]

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PA GOP Chairman calls out Philadelphia Central High School teacher for indoctrinating students with liberal ideology

Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, an alumnus of Philadelphia’s Central High School, has sent a letter to Philadelphia School District Superintendent Dr. William Hite urging an investigation into conduct by the school’s Social Studies Department head that appears to be improperly indoctrinating students with his personal liberal political ideology. The matter was brought […]

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Out of touch Barack Obama endorses slate of socialist obstructionists

Monday, former President Barack Obama announced his second slate of endorsements. Among other liberal candidate endorsements in Pennsylvania, Obama specifically endorsed: PA-01 Congressional candidate Scott Wallace, who recently called for a 50 percent marginal tax rate; Congressman Matt Cartwright, running in the 8th Congressional District, who is a leader in the Congressional Progressive Caucus, which […]

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Gubernatorial debate shows Tom Wolf has no record of achievement, Pennsylvania needs new leadership

Monday, the only scheduled Gubernatorial debate took place at the annual Pennsylvania Chamber Dinner. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement: “A week ago, Tom Wolf gave an embarrassing performance at the Pennsylvania Press Club luncheon and his performance at tonight’s debate was no different. “Once again, Tom Wolf […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania opens Lansdale field office, makes 4 millionth Pennsylvania voter contact

Saturday, Pennsylvania Republican candidates and political leaders gathered in Lansdale to celebrate the opening of the Pennsylvania Republican Party’s Lansdale field office and to make the 4 millionth Pennsylvania voter contact of the 2018 election cycle. Speaking at the event, Republican Lt. Governor nominee Jeff Bartos noted the importance of the Republican field program in […]

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Matt Cartwright breaking promise on additional debates

Despite agreeing weeks ago to additional debates in the 8th Congressional District, liberal-progressive Matt Cartwright appears to be breaking his promise to debate Republican nominee John Chrin in each of the counties in the 8th District, depriving voters the chance to compare their candidates on a number of specific issues. In response, Republican Party of […]

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Op-Ed: In 2018, Republicans are fighting for the future

As published in Bucks Local News: In 2018, Republicans are fighting for the future By Val DiGiorgio, Chairman, Republican Party of Pennsylvania A lot has changed in our national political landscape—some for the good, some for the bad—but for the first time in over a decade (thanks in large part to Republican achievement) a record-low […]

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