Scott spent time in Allegheny County, PA at the county Republican Committee Headquarters, where he got the chance to speak with a number of local committee members. Thank you to Senator Guy Reschenthaler for his support.
Scott got to spend the afternoon in Waynesburg at the Greene County Rain Day Festival. Thank you to Betsy McClure and the rest of the Greene County Republican Committee for introducing Scott to members of the community.
Scott had a great time catching up with some concerned voters in Somerset, PA at the Olde Towne Bakery. Thank you to the Somerset County Republican Party Chair woman, Colleen Dawson, for continuing to support Scott.
Scott ended the day at Millcreek Brewery in Erie, PA. Thank you to the Erie County Republican Chairman, Verel Salmon, and Senator Dan Laughlin for the warm welcome to Erie.
Smith’s Hotdogs is a Fourth generation, family run small business in Erie, PA. Thank you to Sara and John Weber for giving Scott a tour of the facilities and to Senator Dan Laughlin for setting up the stop.
Thank you to Ginny Richardson, the Mercer County Republican Committee Chair Woman, for hosting Scott into the office to speak with members of the community. Scott also appreciates Representative Michele Brooks and Representative Parke Wentling being there to show their support.
Thank you to Wayne and Lynne Ryan for hosting Scott at their top soil farm and for inviting the community to talk about the issues that are important to them. Wayne and Lynne are small business owners who are being burdened by over regulation.
Scott wrapped up week 2 of his Listening Tour at an event at Sweet Water Springs Farm in Millerstown, Perry County. Special Thanks to Perry County Republican Committee Chairman, Don McClure, for you wonderful introduction and for continuing to support Scott.
Scott met with members of the Newport Arts Council in downtown Newport to discuss many issues facing Perry County, and Pennsylvania at large.
The day continued down in Perry County at Butcher’s Farm Market. Scott got to meet with a number of citizens who are concerned about the future of Agriculture in Pennsylvania.