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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PA GOP Chairman’s Update – December 30, 2018

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: As 2018 draws to a close, I want to wish everyone a happy new year and a great 2019. I also hope you all have been able to enjoy time with family, friends, and loved ones over the holiday season. Along those lines, […]

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After months of avoiding accountability, Senator-elect Lindsey Williams continues to dig up convenient friends at the 11th hour

Monday, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that Sen.-elect Lindsey Williams has provided information she believes establishes her Pennsylvania residency in conformity with the state Constitution that would keep her eligible to hold her seat in the state Senate. Among the offered “proof,” and the only piece of information that hints she resided in Pennsylvania within the […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania statement on the passing of George H. W. Bush

Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio, made the following statement on the death of former President George H. W. Bush, who passed away Friday at the age of 94: “The Republican Party of Pennsylvania extends our condolences and sympathies to the Bush family on the passing former President George H. W. Bush. “President Bush […]

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ICYMI: Even Democrats believe Bob Casey’s Presidential ambitions exceed his talent

While the Bob Casey for President team was in full court press mode Monday, reporters, Democratic strategists, and commentators seemed to agree Pennsylvania’s do-nothing Senator is on a foolhardy errand in seeking to boost his profile by aspiring to the world’s most powerful office. As reported yesterday by the Associated Press: “Mike Mikus, a Pennsylvania-based […]

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ICYMI: John Fetterman “wasn’t happy” that Braddock Borough Council refused to be strong-armed into Mayoral nepotism

According to Collin Deppen from The Incline, Lt. Gov.-elect John Fetterman tried to engage in nepotism and crony politics by trying to strong-arm Braddock Borough Council into appointing his wife—Gisele Fetterman—as Mayor if he were to step down to focus on his statewide campaign. The story notes that: Months before John Fetterman was elected Pennsylvania’s […]

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Republican Party of Pennsylvania congratulates Senate Republican Caucus leadership team

Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Senate Republican Caucus elected its slate of leaders for the 2019-2020 legislative session. As a result of Wednesday’s caucus meeting, the Senate Republicans elected: Sen. Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) as President Pro Tempore-Designee Sen. Jake Corman (R-Centre) as Majority Leader Sen. John Gordner (R-Columbia) as Majority Whip Sen. Pat Browne (R-Lehigh) as Senate […]

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