Ellsworth attacks primary competitors, Wolf in Press Club speech

Ellsworth attacks primary competitors, Wolf in Press Club speech

Republican gubernatorial candidate Laura Ellsworth went on the offensive Wednesday afternoon at a Pennsylvania Press Club luncheon, slashing at the qualifications of her two primary opponents as well as incumbent Governor Tom Wolf.

Ellsworth, a Pittsburgh attorney with a history of civic engagement, said all three — Wolf, endorsed Republican candidate Sen. Scott Wagner (York) and Paul Mango — lack the leadership to make the commonwealth grow economically while retaining and attracting new residents.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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GOP state party endorses Scott Wagner for governor, Jeff Bartos for Lt. Governor

GOP state party endorses Scott Wagner for governor, Jeff Bartos for Lt. Governor

The Pennsylvania state Republican Party held its annual winter meeting Saturday where they voted to endorse state Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) to be the party’s nominee for governor and Montgomery County businessman Jeff Bartos in the race for Lt. Governor.

Saturday, February 10, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman
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In debate, four GOP gubernatorial candidates push for less government, differ on reforms

In debate, four GOP gubernatorial candidates push for less government, differ on reforms

Answering rapid fire questions on property taxes, gerrymandering and marijuana, the four Republicans vying to challenge sitting Democratic Governor Tom Wolf mostly held back from swiping directly at each other Saturday night.

Held on Carnegie Mellon University’s campus in Pittsburgh, the debate showcased a uniform platform among all four candidates — that Pennsylvania’s government is inefficient, its taxes high, its budget bloated and its regulations burdensome.

Sunday, January 21, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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Turzai: “I’m convinced we’re going to have an on-time budget”

Turzai: “I’m convinced we’re going to have an on-time budget”

House Speaker—and very-nearly-announced Republican candidate for governor—Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) was optimistic about a lot of things when he spoke to a crowd gathered at the monthly Pennsylvania Press Club luncheon.

 

First and foremost, with just six weeks before the end of the current fiscal year, he stated his confidence that a state budget will be in place before the new fiscal year begins on July 1.

Monday, May 22, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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