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PHILADELPHIA – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason was proud to announce that Philadelphia will host the 2015 Northeast Republican Leadership Conference from June 18th through June 20th. “The Northeast Republican Leadership Conference will provide hundreds of American activists with the chance to hear from some of the top elected officials, candidates and Party [...] Read More
HARRISBURG – After learning that Governor Tom Wolf believes that Pennsylvania’s biggest economic problem is “low self-esteem,” Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement. “Governor Tom Wolf continues to prove just how out of touch he is with Pennsylvania families,” Sweeney said. “Every day, millions of Pennsylvanians are working hard [...] Read More
“The news for Joe Sestak’s stumbling campaign just keeps getting worse. Earlier this month, a Quinnipiac poll showed U.S. Senator Pat Toomey with a 10-point lead over Democratic challenger Joe Sestak. This week, even fellow Democrats such as Congressman Bob Brady and former State Party Chairman T.J. Rooney are voicing their concerns with his faltering [...] Read More
Anxious about a candidate considered to be an unreliable maverick and a political liability, Democratic Party leaders have undertaken a quiet, intensive search in recent months to recruit a serious primary challenger to former Rep. Joe Sestak, the party’s Senate nominee in 2010 who is again running for the seat. The effort has involved former [...] Read More
HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement celebrating the Lunar New Year. “The start of the Lunar New Year is a time of happiness and celebration for members of our Asian-American communities,” Gleason said. “Pennsylvania’s Asian-American communities are an integral part of our society, and today’s holiday gives us [...] Read More
After Democrats were eviscerated in last year’s elections, the party took solace in the fact that 2016 seemed built for a comeback. The party runs better in presidential elections — and while the House of Representatives isn’t in play, seven GOP senators are up for reelection in states President Barack Obama won twice. But a [...] Read More
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat Dave Sutor … Multiple candidates attended, including two individuals running in statewide judges races: Superior Court Judge Judy Olson and Paul Lalley. Olson, a graduate of the former St. Francis College in Loretto, is seeking a seat on the commonwealth’s Supreme Court. The high court has recently gone through tough times with Justice [...] Read More
Sarah Davis Lewistown Sentinel … “We don’t currently have a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice that has come from the commonwealth court and a large percentage of the supreme court docket comes from our court,” she said. She said she believes the role of a judge is simple – to interpret the law and not make [...] Read More
HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement in honor of Presidents’ Day. “Presidents’ Day is a time to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of leaders such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan,” Gleason said. “George Washington’s vision and dedication to our Constitution set the foundation for [...] Read More
HARRISBURG – After learning that Governor Tom Wolf was using his latest Obamacare announcement as a fundraising tool, Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement. “Tom Wolf promised to be a ‘different kind of Governor,’ but his actions are not matching his rhetoric,” Gleason said. “Governor Tom Wolf couldn’t wait to [...] Read More