Scott met with Montgomery County GOP Chairman Bill Donnelly a the Collegeville Italian Bakery. Thank you to the owners, Patrizia and Steve Carcarey, for allowing Scott to stop by and learn more about the bakery business.
Scott was on WPHT 1210AM, CBS Radio with Rich Zeoli during his visit to Philadelphia.
Scott met with Republican Committee Members and ward leaders in Philadelphia to discuss issues facing the city. Thank you to Chairman Mike Meehan for hosting this event.
Scott made a trip to the Elizabethtown Fair’s Livestock Auction where he met many young and talented farmers from all around the Commonwealth.
While spending sometime in Philadelphia, Scott had the opportunity to tour Herman Goldner Co., Inc. Since 1887, Herman Goldner has been providing full service mechanical contracting solutions and projects ranging from stadiums and skyscrapers to malls and hospital in the Commonwealth.
Scott was honored to be selected as the honorary guest of the Chairman of the York County Republican Committee, Alex Shorb. He always appreciates the opportunity to speak to voters in his own county of York and the chance to catch up with Congressman Scott Perry.
Thank you to Mike Firestine for showing Scott around the Elizabethtown Fair to meet with the agricultural community. Scott was able to stop by the local Republican Committee booth to thank volunteers and to meet County chairman, Dave Dumeyer; Elizabethtown mayor, Chuck Mummert; and other elected officials.
Scott had the chance to catch up with some old friends in Bradford county and was able to meet some new ones as well. Thank you to everyone who came out to this event to hear Scott speak. Special thank you to Joe and Sue Wheeler for opening up their home to Scott and his guests. Thanks to Commissioner Doug McLinko for setting up this successful event.
Scott had the opportunity to take a tour of the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in Ulysses, PA. Thank you to Potter County Republican Committee Chair Woman, Karen Cahilly, and State Committeman, Bill Chatham for accompanying Scott on his tour. Thanks also to Tioga County State Committee Woman, Vivian Altman, for making the drive over to support Scott.
Scott was able to tour the company, Barefoot Pellet, and learn about some of its history. Located in the mountains of Troy, PA, it manufactures some of the highest quality wood pellets in the industry. Thank you to Bradford County Commissioner, Doug McLinko for setting up this stop and for your continued support throughout the campaign.