2018 Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner today won the Republican State Committee Southeast Caucus straw poll. With more total votes than any candidate, Wagner is just 45 votes shy of the threshold to clinch the State Committee’s nomination.
Wagner pointed out that, as governor, he will prioritize educational reforms that will address a multitude of problems plaguing the Commonwealth.
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.
ICYMI: Scott Wagner “I don’t care what side of the aisle you are on, we know there is a crisis, and we will do everything we can, but we don’t want to infringe on rights.”
2018 Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner joined WHPT’s Dom Giordano this morning to discuss how Governor Wolf’s statewide disaster declaration to combat the opioid epidemic infringes on the rights of gun owners.
“While I earlier commended Governor Wolf for coming to the table to provide long overdue leadership on the opioid epidemic, further review of his statewide disaster emergency declaration has made it clear that he took the wrong approach,” said Scott Wagner.
2018 gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner today released the following statement on Governor Wolf’s executive order declaring the opioid epidemic a statewide disaster.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner recently attended three Pennsylvania Republican Caucuses to present to conservative leaders his vision to clean up Harrisburg.
The PA Central Caucus Straw Poll results should signal to the entire Commonwealth that Scott is the prohibitive favorite to win the Republican nomination.
Solobay’s Resignation Raises Questions About Wolf Administration’s Commitment to Curbing Sexual Harassment
Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay suddenly resigned on Sunday as it was reported by PennLive that he was accused of sexually harassing a staffer in his state senate office in 2011.