PAGOP COMMITTEE TO REVIEW GOVERNOR’S NEW VOTING MACHINE FAILURES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 4, 2019 Harrisburg, PA – Chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania, Lawrence Tabas, today announced the creation of a committee to address widely reported issues with Governor Wolf’s new voting machines.   “The Voting Machine Review Committee will examine incidents related to this past November’s Election and any efforts taken to remedy […]

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The Republican Party of Pennsylvania Thanks President Trump for Reopening Obama-era Recession Closed Fire Houses

For Immediate Release      With the Philadelphia Fire Academy Class 196 graduating 121 cadets, the Philadelphia Fire Department will reportedly be reopening Fire Houses closed during the Obama-era Recession.  This cadet class was made possible by a $20 million Trump Administration FEMA Grant in 2018. Once again, President Trump has kept his promise to keep […]

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RELEASE: Republican Party of Pennsylvania announces date for Conferee Meeting for the 48th Senate District

HARRISBURG– The Republican Party of Pennsylvania announces the conferee meeting to fill the vacancy in Pennsylvania’s 48th Senatorial District will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11:00 am in the Zimmerman Room of Lebanon Valley College located at 101 College Ave, Annville, PA 17003.   Due to the fact that this Senatorial District is made up of […]

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PA GOP Passes Resolution in Support of the Electoral College

On September 21, 2019, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania State Committee met for their Fall Meeting. At the meeting a resolution was passed that supports the Electoral College. The resolution was adopted unanimously. You can read the resolution in its entirety below. WHEREAS the Electoral College represents the considerable genius of our Founding Fathers in […]

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PA GOP Passes Resolution against allowing non-registered Republicans from voting in Republican Primary’s

On September 21, 2019, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania State Committee met for their Fall Meeting. At the meeting a resolution was passed that against allowing non-registered Republicans from voting in Republican Primary’s. The resolution was adopted unanimously. You can read the resolution in its entirety below. RESOLUTION AGAINST ALLOWING PERSONS WHO ARE NOT REGISTERED […]

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Unified, Enthusiastic Republicans Endorse Trump, Pence at PA GOP Fall Meeting

HARRISBURG: Unity and enthusiasm for President Trump’s re-election was the resounding theme during the Republican Party of Pennsylvania’s Fall Meeting at the Hershey Hotel this weekend. The members of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania voted unanimously to endorse the re-election of the President Trump and Vice President Pence. “For the first time in a very long time, we […]

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TABAS APPOINTS POLITICAL ADVISOR TO PAGOP STAFF

Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman, Lawrence Tabas, today appointed Lauren Casper of Montgomery County to serve as a political advisor for the state party.  “Lauren brings a wealth of knowledge, both fundraising and political, to the state party,” said Tabas. “Her ability to build relationships and execute critical political operations will make Lauren a […]

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BECKY CORBIN TO BE APPOINTED PAGOP ASSISTANT TREASURER

Harrisburg – PAGOP Chairman Lawrence Tabas today announced his intent to appoint former State Representative Becky Corbin (155th Legislative District) as Assistant Treasurer to the state party.  Per the PA GOP bylaws, the appointment must be presented to the leadership committee for their approval.   “Becky is one of the most capable and dedicated people I […]

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PA GOP Statement on Senator Folmer

HARRISBURG– The Republican Party of Pennsylvania issued the following statement in response to the arrest and resignation of Senator Folmer:  “There is nothing partisan about protecting children who are the most vulnerable among us. The shocking and utterly reprehensible allegations against Senator Folmer necessitated his immediate removal from the Pennsylvania Senate and we are glad that […]

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