We all know President Obama is absolutely toxic in Pennsylvania. What’s interesting is that Democrats are starting to admit this as well. Last week, the Pennsylvania Democrat State Committee met in State College to endorse their candidates for various races. One would think delivering Pennsylvania for President Obama would be a key topic of the […]
Townhall meeting in Meadville for Sam Rohrer for US Senate Come hear Sam Rohrer state the reasons why he is running for the US Senate seat against Bob Casey. January 24th, 2012 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Location: Vernon Township Building, 16678 McMath Road, Meadville, PA Map of location
January 20, 2012 marked the one year countdown until President Barack Obama’s last day on the job, as on January 20, 2013 we’ll inaugurate a new Republican president to the White House. Chairman Gleasonm PaGOP released the following statement: “President Obama has spent the last four years worrying about how he can keep his own […]
Frank Pinto who is a candidate for Auditor-General of Pennsylvania visited Erie at the Siebenbeuerger Club on January 20, 2012 at 7:30 pm and addressed a Republican crowd. He was articulate, knowledgeable and humorous with reference to his upbringing and his thoughts on today’s political climate especially prevalent in the caucuses of the State Committee […]
The Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire primary brought out a record number of voters—many voting Republican for the first time in their lives. With over 70 percent of Americans looking for a new direction, voters are turning decidedly to the Republican Party.
January 16, 2012: Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It is an occasion to reflect on the legacy of an outstanding American. We, in Erie County Pennsylvania join the rest of the USA in his memory as a leader in the struggle for gaining equal civil rights for all citizens.
Mr. Eugene Sorrentino has assumed the position and duties of Treasurer of the Erie County Republican Committee effective from January 1, 2012 and Mr. Allen Yard will continue to assist during the transition.
Laureen A. Cummings announced about four hours ago that she is leaving the race for US Senate.