PA GOP Releases Statement On Governor Wolf’s Veto Of Liquor Privatization

HARRISBURG — In response to Governor Wolf’s veto of HB 466, also known as the liquor privatization bill, PA GOP Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement. “Governor Tom Wolf has chosen to say no to the historic and much-needed reform of our antiquated liquor system,” Gleason said. “The liquor privatization bill that Governor Tom […]

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New Web Video: “#SignPABudget”

To view the PA GOP’s latest ad, entitled “#SignPABudget,” please click here. HARRISBURG — In response to Governor Wolf’s veto of the Republicans’ taxpayer’s budget, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania has released a web ad highlighting the Wolf’s worst fears about the budget. “This week, Governor Tom Wolf chose to the special interests of his […]

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Governor Wolf Chooses Liberal Special Interests Over Taxpayers

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding Governor Tom Wolf’s decision to veto the Republicans’ Taxpayer Budget. “Republicans in the state Senate and state House have taken clear actions that will improve the lives of families across Pennsylvania by passing a ‘Taxpayers Budget,’” Gleason said. “Tonight, Governor Tom […]

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Republicans Pass Meaningful Pension Reform

Will Governor Tom Wolf Finally Acknowledge Pennsylvania’s Pension Crisis? HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding the passage of public pension reform in the State Senate and State House. “Republicans have put together a solution to address Pennsylvania’s worsening public pension crisis,” Gleason said. “Our Commonwealth’s pension costs […]

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Republicans Lead The Way On Liquor Privatization

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding the General Assembly’s passage of liquor privatization. “I would like to congratulate the State Senate and State House for their efforts to bring Pennsylvania’s liquor policy into the 21st century,” Gleason said. “For decades, Pennsylvanians have had little choice and little […]

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MEMO: Tom Wolf’s Special Interests Friends

TO: Interested Parties FROM: Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney RE: Tom Wolf’s Special Interests Friends In November of 2014, Pennsylvanians put their faith in historic Republican majorities in the state Senate and state House to bring fiscal commonsense to Harrisburg. Today, Republicans kept their promises by passing a historic, on-time budget that […]

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Sealed And Delivered: Republicans Pass On-Time, Balanced Budget With No Tax Increases

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement praising Republicans in the General Assembly for the passage of the state budget. “Today, Republicans sent Governor Wolf a balanced budget that is on-time and does not increase taxes,” Gleason said. “The budget that was passed by the state Senate and House […]

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Tom Wolf’s Top Budget Priority: Higher Taxes

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement regarding Tom Wolf’s continued refusal to take part in substantive budget discussions with the State Senate and State House. “It’s become clear that Governor Tom Wolf’s top budget priority is raising taxes,” Sweeney said. “For months, Tom Wolf has traveled around […]

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State Senator Kim Ward, State Representatives George Dunbar And Mike Reese, And Seton Hill University Student Penny Fjellanger Speak Out Against The Disastrous Effects Of The Wolf Tax Hikes

HARRISBURG — 39th District State Senator Kim Ward, 56th District State Representative George Dunbar, 59th District State Representative Mike Reese, and Seton Hill University student Penny Fjellanger spoke out against the Tom Wolf tax hikes today at the Westmoreland County Republican Committee Headquarters in Greensburg. Governor Tom Wolf’s budget includes a proposed 20% increase in […]

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