Bethel Park Republican Committee: In 1998 when Allegheny County voted to become home rule there were provisions included to protect County government from "undue influence" of state and federal elected officials. One provision was that you cannot work for a state or federal elected official and you cannot run for another office while serving on Allegheny County Council.
This provision was included in the Home Rule Charter to protect the TAXPAYER. Vote NO!
1. There is no benefit to the taxpayer.
2. It's been in the home rule charter since day 1.
3. They knew this when they ran for office.
4. County Council was set up as a part-time positions a check and balance to the Chief Executive. They wanted to encourage people to get involved and not use it as a stepping stone for higher office.
5. This is the only part-time elected office in our county government.
6. Prevents council members from using this position to politic for higher office.
What do they stand for and how will they vote when in the Senate? Fetterman is on record pledging support for EVERY Biden position and decision. He has even complained that Biden has not gone far enough and camps with super liberal Bernie Sanders. Dr. Oz's platform and stated positions are clear and concise. Dr. Oz will protect our natural gas industry and the thousands of jobs in Pennsylvania. Fetterman has pledged in writing to eliminate the industry. download pdf
THE CHOICE IS CLEAR AND IT'S DR. OZ
THE CHOICE IS CLEAR AND IT'S Doug Mastriano
Pennsylvania GOP Governor Candidate Doug Mastriano released a great campaign ad today. It says everything you need to know about Mastriano and what he will do on his first day on the job.
America is exceptional.
As Americans, we cherish our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We salute those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedoms.
We celebrate the rich heritage of the American story and the vibrancy of the American Dream.
And we embrace the responsibility to protect and uphold all that has made this nation the world’s
shining beacon of hope.
Unfortunately, over the past two years, Democrats in Washington have led America off-track.
They created crisis after crisis: from crippling inflation and rampant crime, to failing schools, border
chaos, and disrespect for our nation across the globe.
Worse still, they have ignored our constituents’ priorities and shown contempt for their values.
We will not allow it.
The Commitment to America represents a new direction and better approach that will get our
nation back on track.
Because Americans are workers and builders, we commit to remove government-imposed
obstacles to their success. Hardworking taxpayers should be valued, not punished.
Because no American should live in fear, we commit to reverse soft-on-crime policies that have
caused violence in our communities. Public safety is a necessity, not a privilege.
Because Americans are learners and dreamers, we commit to advance excellence in education and
respect for dedicated parents and teachers. Our future depends on it.
And because Americans deserve fairness and real accountability, we commit to make Washington
finally serve the needs of the people. We can no longer afford business as usual.
We will work with anyone who shares these goals—as long as they put people before politics.
But the extreme ideology of this Democrat majority blinds them to the challenges of everyday
They are simply too partisan and out-of-touch to correct course now. So be it.
Starting Day One, we will work to deliver an economy that’s strong, a nation that’s
safe, a future that’s built on freedom, and a government that’s accountable.
This is our Commitment to America. And in a Congress restored to the American people, we will do
everything in our power to make it a reality. See website
7/8/2022 HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Republican state senators outvoted impassioned Democratic opposition late Thursday to advance a proposal to add language to the Pennsylvania Constitution stating explicitly that the document does not guarantee any rights relating to abortion or public funding of abortions......
The state constitution requires proposed amendments to pass both chambers in a two-year legislative session, then be advertised to the public before the next fall election. In the second round that follows, those proposals then must pass both chambers in the following two-year session. They would then go before voters as separate questions for the final say.
The bill is in its first two-year session so must be advertised three months ahead of the Nov. 8 election if the Republican majority wants to get it to voters during the 2023-24 session that starts in January.
These amendments have passed once and must be voted on again in 2023. If passed, they will be on the ballot in November 2023 for the voters to decide. The proposal includes adding language to the Pennsylvania Constitution stating explicitly that the document does not guarantee any rights relating to abortion or public funding of abortions. See more