HARRISBURG – Enthusiasm for Pennsylvania’s Republican ticket was the order of the day during the Republican Party of Pennsylvania’s Fall Meeting at the Sheraton Harrisburg-Hershey Hotel this weekend.
The 350 members of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania heard from a variety of speakers during the annual two-day event. A Friday night Fall Dinner featured speakers such as our own U.S. Senator Pat Toomey and Arkansas U.S. Senator Tom Cotton. On Saturday, Party members and attendees heard from Republican Attorney General candidate John Rafferty, Auditor General candidate John Rafferty and Treasurer candidate Otto Voit. Members also heard reports from Third District Congressman Mike Kelly, Fourth District Congressman Scott Perry, Tenth Congressional District Tom Marino, 28th District State Senator Scott Wagner, State House Majority Leader Dave Reed.
The meeting marks the last time the Republican Party of Pennsylvania will meet before the election on November 8th.
“Momentum is clearly on the side of Republicans in the Keystone State this year,” Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason said. “Republicans have made gains in voter registration in every county in Pennsylvania this year, and it’s time to turn that energy into victory.
“The Republican Party of Pennsylvania is the best grassroots network in the nation, and we’re more excited than ever to elect Donald Trump, re-elect U.S. Senator Pat Toomey, elect John Rafferty as Attorney General, John Brown as Auditor General, Otto Voit as Treasurer, and increase our majorities in Congress, State Senate and the State House on Election Day.”
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