ICYMI Matthew Brouillette: “Wolf aims to increase utility bills” Wolf aims to increase utility bills Matthew Brouillette York Dispatch June 8, 2018 Come July 1, residents and businesses across the state are set to experience this price-cut victory when they see their water, electric, and natural gas bills shrink due to recently enacted federal tax cuts.…
Scott Wagner Calls For 67 Debates Across Pennsylvania Slate Would Include A Town Hall-Style Debate In Each County 2018 Republican gubernatorial nominee Scott Wagner this morning called on Governor Wolf to participate in a debate in every county in the commonwealth before Election Day. In order for the candidates to break away from the rehearsed…
Candidates in the 2018 gubernatorial race filed their ballot petitions yesterday, and this morning a member of Paul Mango’s own campaign was pointing out that the healthcare consultant’s signature statistics were underwhelming.
Our Governor, Tom Wolf, would rather spend time with out-of-state liberal donors, trashing hard-working Americans instead of focusing on the people of Pennsylvania and fixing the mess he’s created in our state government.
That’s not the kind of leader I am.
The March for Life serves as a platform for promoting a pro-life culture that reflects American values. We value life. We fight for the vulnerable. We stand for those who can’t stand for themselves.
Gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner met with members of Southwest Philadelphia District Services, a non-profit organization with a mission to improve the quality of life in the southwest region of the city.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner today issued the following statement in response to Senate Bill 3 passing the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Tom Wolf’s approval numbers are “dismal,” according to a just-released poll, with only 35% of those surveyed believing Tom Wolf deserves another term in office.
The Wagner for Governor campaign announced a slew of York County endorsements from elected officials who know Scott Wagner well.
Let’s call this exactly what it is: a classic liberal distraction. Tom Wolf wants to change the focus — and who can blame him?