SCOTT AROUND PA

As I campaign across the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I am honored to be able to visit so many areas and meet hard-working people from many different walks of life. Please click on the albums below to view some of the photos from my travels.

Ag Progress Days, Centre County, PA, August 16th, 2017

Scott attended Ag Progress Days in State College, PA where he met hundreds of people in the agricultural business. They had the chance to discuss ways that Scott could cut regulations and make business easier for them. Thank you to Mike Firestine and Chis Herr for inviting Scott to attend the convention.

Listening Tour: Idea Raiser, Clinton County, PA, August 16th, 2017

Scott had the chance to get together with some people from the Lock Haven area to discuss many of the issues facing them today. He enjoyed being able to discuss the effects of government waste on the economy and how he plans to reduce it. Thank you to Clinton County Republican Committee Chairman, Kurt Smith, for his kind words of welcome.

Wyomissing Bakery, Wyomissing, PA, August 9th, 2017

Scott had a great time getting to catch up with old friends, and getting to meet new ones. Thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Clements for coming out tonight to support Scott in his endeavors. Special thanks to Hamid Chaudhry, owner of Wyomissing Bakery, for opening up your business to Scott and inviting so many members of the community to hear him speak. Scott appreciates Berks County Vice Chair Woman, Carol Bourrie, being at the event to support him. Scott especially enjoyed sitting down for an interview with rising reporter, Rodeo Marie Hanson, while she asked some really important questions about the future of Pennsylvania.

Elk County GOP Picnic, Elk County, PA, August 3rd, 2017

Thank you to the Chairman of the Elk Country Alliance, Maurus Sorg, for your hospitality during Scott’s time in Elk County. Scott also enjoyed catching up with his good friend and state committee woman, Grace Jesberger, during his tour of the visitor center. He had a great time at the Republican Party Picnic where he got to chat with a number of concerned Pennsylvanians.