Congressman Cartwright flip-flops on need for border security

On a Fox News appearance Wednesday, Congressman Matt Cartwright—a member of Nancy Pelosi’s Democratic leadership team—did a complete flip-flop on the need for border security at our southern border. During his reelection campaign, Congressman Cartwright called for strict border security, even supporting the building of the wall. Here is what he told the Wilkes-Barre Times […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Comments on President Trump’s Address on the Need for Border Security

Tuesday night, President Donald Trump addressed the nation on the need for true border security along our southern border. In response, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement:  “With rampant drug and human trafficking along with thousands of criminals seeking entry into the United States at our southern border, providing true […]

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Over a year in office, Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner has shown “a truly progressive prosecutor’s office” is a disaster

Though he celebrated a full year in office last week, recent news reports and op-Eds have shown that Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner’s quest for “a truly progressive prosecutor’s office” does more harm than good for the office’s reputation. Whether it’s being chided by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for trying to advocate on behalf of […]

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PA GOP Chairman’s Update – January 6, 2019

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: Despite the holiday-shortened week, we have a lot to report on from the Republican Party of Pennsylvania. Tuesday, I congratulated our Republican members in the Pennsylvania General Assembly as they were sworn-in for their coming term in office. Our Republican majorities in the […]

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Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman congratulates state lawmakers on swearing-in day

Tuesday, recently-elected members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly were sworn-in to office. That number includes the return of Republican majorities in both chambers of the state legislature, 19 freshman Republican House members, and two freshman Republican members of the Senate. Republicans have 110 members in the House and 29 in the Senate—including 28 women across both chambers—representing all corners […]

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