Specials

A heads up from our friends at Veterans and Patriots

Look what PA Democrats are up to!  (Yes, I’m on their email list to keep an eye on what they’re doing.)  They are working hard to flip PA Senate District 37 (formerly Guy Reschenthaler’s seat) to move closer to their ultimate goal of retaking the PA Senate.
We CANNOT let them succeed!
Republican Conferees recently selected D. Raja as the Republican nominee for this special election, which will be held Tuesday, April 2, 2019 If elected, Raja will bring extensive entrepreneurial experience and leadership skills to the PA Senate.
Democrats will have plenty of volunteers (or paid workers) knocking on doors, making phone calls, etc., and Raja will need volunteers too.  As soon as I have more information on how you can help D. Raja’s campaign and help him get out the vote, I will let you know; but IF YOU LIVE IN THIS DISTRICT, PLEASE GET OUT AND VOTE ON APRIL 2, 2019, AND MAKE SURE YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY GET TO THE POLLS!  
In liberty,
—– Forwarded Message —–
From: PA Dems Action Team <info@padems.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019, 8:39:42 AM EST
Subject: re: Flipping the PA Senate

PA Dems

Diane, we’re making sure you hear about the PA Senate Special Election in your county. On April 2nd, Pam Iovino can flip a seat and put Dems in striking distance of the majority.

We’re building a grassroots team to knock on doors, make phone calls, and send texts about Pam and her must-win race. Can we count you

 


Friends in Southwest PA,

On April 2nd, Pam Iovino can flip a Republican seat in the PA senate. She may also put Democrats on the edge of a state senate majority!

Pam is the Democratic candidate in SD-37, formerly held by Guy Reschenthaler. She’s also a Navy Veteran, former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and lifelong public servant.

Pam wants to expand healthcare, secure your retirement, raise wages, and protect our workers. → Help her make it happen by volunteering to talk with voters.

Quaker Valley Republicans, GET OUT THE VOTE!  Tuesday, April 2