PA GOP Chairman’s Update – May 19, 2019

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania:

With the Primary Election on Tuesday, I want to remind everyone to vote!

At the top of the ticket for Superior Court, I hope you will join me in supporting Cumberland County Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County Deputy District Attorney Megan McCarthy King.

In case have not seen it yet, please check out a TV ad running in multiple markets across Pennsylvania explaining why you should vote for them. You can watch it by clicking HERE or on the image below.

Both of these candidates have worked tirelessly traveling the state, meeting with voters, and spreading their message of the need for judges like themselves who respect for rule of law, apply the law to the facts, and apply the Constitution as written.

Their respect for Constitutional principles, judicial temperament, background, and demeanor have earned them them recommendation of the Pennsylvania Bar Association—the only Republicans to receive such a designation—as well as the endorsement of law enforcement, pro-life organizations, and other groups across Pennsylvania.

I am also excited to welcome President Donald Trump to Pennsylvania on Monday. The President will not only be touting his first term successes—including delivering for Pennsylvania—but also supporting State Rep. Fred Keller in the 12th Congressional District special election.

If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, you can do so by going to or clicking on the image below.

As President Trump returns to Pennsylvania, we were happy to support him this weekend as Joe Biden held yet another campaign kick-off rally in Philadelphia.

There, some of the President’s supporters showed attendees and the media why they are excited for four more years of Donald Trump and not more of the failed Obama-Biden years where our economy was in shambles, our country was not respected, and freedoms were continually in peril.

Finally, I want to applaud the work of Republican lawmakers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives who prioritized family life by focusing on the need for Foster care awareness and protecting the unborn by passing the Down Syndrome Protection Act, which would prohibit abortions solely based on the child’s diagnosis with Down Syndrome.

Republicans in Pennsylvania continue to put family first by protecting the innocent, working hard to create family-sustaining jobs, and promoting pro-growth policies and industries.

Until my next update, feel free to keep up with the latest by checking out the PA GOP website at

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Val DiGiorgio


Republican Party of Pennsylvania