Last weekend (January 28-29, 2012) the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee met in Hershey and one item on the business agenda was whether or not to endorse candidates running for state office ahead of the primary election.
February 4, 2012: Erie County Republicans celebrated Lincoln Day with a well-attended breakfast at Brewerie Union Station. The occasion of the breakfast also served as a jump off point for candidates eager to fulfill their petition obligations for the April election. US rep. “GT” Thompson PA-5 was the keynote speaker who presented his background and […]
HARRISBURG, PA – Former small business owner and candidate for U.S. Senate, Tim Burns, released the following statement this morning: “As I said after Saturday’s State Committee Meeting, the vote was the first battle in a long process to end the Casey/Obama agenda. It is a battle that I am committed to pursuing, but not […]
Enjoy a morning with family, friends, and special guest Congressman Glenn Thompson Saturday, February 4, 2012 9:00AM – 11:00AM BrewErie, 123 West 14th Street, Erie, PA 16501 $15 Per Person or $25 Per Family
The Republican-led House has now passed nearly 30 bipartisan jobs bills that have been blocked by the Democratic-controlled Senate. You can see the full list here and learn more at jobs.GOP.gov. A new poll shows that 66% of Americans believe that the economy is adversely impacted by the federal debt, and 56% believe that the […]
Greg Lucas today announced that he is running for the PA House seat irrespective of what the final redistricting map places his residence into; either the 3rd or the 5th district. In a letter to Chairman Salmon distributed to the Erie County Republican Committee and Chairman Sye of Crawford County, he stated: ‘ I just […]
Adapted from IBD
By: Geoffrey Middleberg, Assistant Editor “After entertaining oral argument on January 23, 2012, this court finds that the final 2011 legislative Reapportionment Map is contrary to law. Accordingly, the final 2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan is REMANDED [sent back to] the 2011 Legislative Reapportionment Commission…” Read here for rest of story