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As Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate enters its sixth month, Harry Reid fundraises off of McGinty’s failed tax-and-spend plan

NORTH WALES, PA — Last week, Harry Reid and the Democratic Party machine further embraced their hand-picked candidate: Katie McGinty. In a fundraising letter, Reid amazingly picked the role McGinty played in drafting and advocating for Governor Tom Wolf’s budget proposal as the top reason to support her.

Extreme lib Joe Sestak continues to insist that ISIS is “almost out of gas”

ALLENTOWN, PA — The Toomey for Senate campaign released a video highlighting Joe Sestak’s continuing claim that ISIS is “almost out of gas.” In fact, as Sestak insists that his comments from 2014 are still correct, many less extreme Democrats in Pennsylvania and Washington have correctly observed that ISIS is anything but contained.

Wolf administration refuses to end the budget crisis

HARRISBURG, PA — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement regarding the Wolf Administration’s claim they will not be taking the PA House GOP’s budget deadline “seriously.”

“Tom Wolf hasn’t taken this budget crisis seriously since it started,” Sweeney said. “Tom Wolf’s complete budget veto plunged our Commonwealth into this budget crisis in the first place. Tom Wolf decided to not take the Republicans’ repeated efforts to provide emergency funding for our schools and social services seriously, and as a result our schools and non-profits are closing.

Sestak reverses course on ISIS

Former Congressman last year famously declared that terrorist group was “running out of gas” now singing a different tune

ALLENTOWN, PA — Saturday, Joe Sestak hosted a forum in Philadelphia where he detailed his latest thoughts on how the United States should best combat radical Islamic extremist groups, such as ISIS.

Unfortunately for Joe Sestak, speaking about the threat ISIS poses has been a problem. For example, it was just last year that Joe Sestak foolishly crowed on national television that ISIS was “almost out of gas.” [1]

Sestak claims victory on liberal agenda, ignores soaring healthcare premiums for Pennsylvania families

ALLENTOWN, PA — Extreme liberal Democrat Joe Sestak on Tuesday continued to tout his longtime and emphatic support for ObamaCare, saying that it “is working in Pennsylvania.” However, Pennsylvanians know that ObamaCare has sent their healthcare premiums skyrocketing, leaving them with broken promises and bigger financial burdens.

PA GOP Chairman Rob Gleason named Chairman of the Committee on the Call

HARRISBURG, PA — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason has been named as Chairman of the Committee of the Call by the Republican National Committee.

Pennsylvania Republican National Committeeman Bob Asher and National Committeewoman Christine Toretti were also named to the Committee, which was tasked with issuing the official call for the upcoming Cleveland Convention next July. The full text of the Call of the Convention is available here.

From left: PA GOP Republican National Committeeman Bob Asher, PA GOP Chairman Rob Gleason and PA GOP Republican National Committeewoman Christine Toretti

From left: PA GOP Republican National Committeeman Bob Asher, PA GOP Chairman Rob Gleason and PA GOP Republican National Committeewoman Christine Toretti

“I want to thank Chairman Priebus for selecting me for such an important role in our Party,” Gleason said. “Every four years, the Republican National Convention serves as the kickoff for the general election season. I’m honored to have been picked to lead the Committee on the Call this year.”

In a press release, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said, “I would like to thank Rob Gleason for his hard work as the Chair of the Committee on the Call, as well as the other Committee members in assisting in issuing the final Call of the Convention.”

“Pennsylvania Republicans will play a major role in choosing the next President of the United States,” Asher said. “I’m proud to help represent the Keystone State on this important committee.”

“It’s an honor to be selected for the Republican National Convention’s Committee on the Call,” Toretti said. “The Republican Party in Pennsylvania is strong, and we’re excited to be recognized on a national level.”

Donald Trump to headline PA GOP Commonwealth Club luncheon

HARRISBURG, PA — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding news that Donald Trump will headline the PA GOP’s Annual Commonwealth Club luncheon on Friday, December 11th.

“Donald Trump is a successful and dynamic businessman and we are excited to hear about his vision for the future of our country,” Gleason said. “The importance of Pennsylvania to the presidential campaign is clear and Donald Trump addressing Pennsylvania Republicans puts us in the middle of the national stage.”

Democratic candidates join Toomey in supporting suspension of admitting Syrian refugees in U.S.

Meanwhile, McGinty and Sestak remain supportive of Obama’s irresponsible refugee plan

ALLENTOWN, PA — In the days following the heinous terrorist attacks in Paris, reports have surfaced indicating that one of the perpetrators entered France claiming to be a Syrian refugee.

Legislation strengthening Syrian and Iraqi refugee vetting process passes U.S. House with bipartisan support

ALLENTOWN, PA — With overwhelming support, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation which will strengthen the vetting process for Syrian and Iraqi refugees seeking entry into the United States.

The America SAFE Act of 2015 requires the heads of the FBI, Homeland Security, and National Intelligence to certify that refugees entering the country pose no threat to our national security. In total, nearly 50 Democratic members joined their Republican colleagues in supporting this common-sense security measure.