2018 gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner once again stood shoulder to shoulder with pro-life advocates including the Pennsylvania Family Council, the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation and other lawmakers during a rally at the Pennsylvania Capitol today in support of legislation to protect the lives of those with Down Syndrome.
Scott Wagner, a cosponsor of the legislation, pointed out that he is the only candidate in the race who can be trusted to eliminate property taxes.
With a second gubernatorial primary debate set to take place in Philadelphia on Tuesday morning, it’s imperative to correct the record on the fiction Paul Mango put forward last week.
That this guy actually said this, I can’t believe this. We have so much power in our states, we need to have safe schools. And I will tell you, we should have a safety assessment on every single school – policies and procedures.
If the court really wanted to create fair districts, why did it give the legislature such a short time to draw new maps? Why would it implement such drastic changes in the midst of the 2018 primary election?
Baer’s analysis indicates that if Wagner’s decision to call for a mandatory death sentence for school shooters is any indication of what’s to come, voters can expect to see the York businessman run on a populous platform defending the people of Pennsylvania from the special interests and the status-quo that Governor Wolf represents.
When it comes to the safety of Pennsylvania’s children, Scott Wagner is putting forward bold solutions, while Governor Wolf continues to put the responsibility on someone else.
Tom Wolf would protect the life of someone like Nikolas Cruz despite the fact that he ended the lives of 17 innocent students and faculty. Tom Wolf would prioritize the life of an evil school shooter over the lives of innocent children.
Wagner believes that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court does not have the constitutional authority to draw a new map, and argues the Governor has the power to choose not to enforce the Court’s decision.
Scott Wagner and his running mate Jeff Bartos…hit Pennsylvania’s Sunday political talk show circuit for their first television interviews since each of them received the Republican Party of Pennsylvania’s endorsement.