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Saturday, February 6, 2016


(KERSEY, PA) - The Elk County Democratic Committee kicked off the 2016 Election Year with a “Politics & Pancakes” Petition Signing Breakfast at the Fox Township Senior Center in Kersey, PA on Saturday morning January 30th. Democrats from across the county were able to meet the candidates, sign their petitions and hear them speak.

US Senate candidates Joe Sestak and Katie McGinty both stressed current US Senator Pat Toomey’s abysmal record supporting veterans, despite the fact that Toomey voted to send tens of thousands of soldiers to fight overseas. Sestak is a former US Congressman and three star Navy Admiral. McGinty is a former Pennsylvania DEP Secretary.

US House of Representatives candidate Kerith Strano Taylor spoke of the lack of interest that current US Congressman Glenn Thompson showed toward a veteran’s spouse when she contacted the Congressman for assistance getting help with her husband’s PTSD treatment. Strano Taylor, from Brookville, PA, is a family attorney and children’s’ advocate for Jefferson County.

Pennsylvania State Treasurer candidate Joe Torsella highlighted the need for integrity in the State Treasurer’s office, a job that oversees over $100 Billion of the Commonwealth’s financial resources. Torsella is a former CEO of the National Constitution Center and UN Representative for Management and Reform.

PA House of Representatives candidate Jay Notarianni told the audience that he wants to make sure that residents of the 75th district have the same economic opportunities that he has had during his career. Notarianni, from Wilcox, PA is a Journeyman bricklayer and member of the Johnsonburg Fire Department.

Campaign representatives for US Senate candidate John Fetterman and State Attorney General candidates Josh Shapiro and Steven Zappala also were in attendance. A representative from Pennsylvania Democratic Party also visited the breakfast.

The Elk County event was the fourth of seven petition signing events for the Democrat candidates held throughout Western and Northwestern Pennsylvania throughout the weekend. Other events were held in Blair, Jefferson, Clearfield, Clarion, Warren, and Erie Counties. This year marked the third year for the “Northwest Weekend” series which aims to bring statewide Democratic candidates for office to the region.

Pennsylvania’s Primary will be held Tuesday April 26th. Polls will be open from 7:00am until 8:00pm.


Anonymous said...

Everyone's nervous! Pennsylvania is going back to the Republicans!!! Woofy is gunna be unemployed!

Anonymous said...

Sorta like Corbutt ?

Anonymous said...

Liberal crap as always never talk about the real issues !

Anonymous said...

Yeah I was going to ask if Kool aid was being served and after reading the comments I see it was.. Go Trump!

Anonymous said...

Nobody for POTUS 2016. Both the left and the right have this country so screwed up and both work for corporations and make tons of money from foreign wars. 151 congressman directly benefitted from the Iraq war. Neither is for the people and none of the candidates will do anything to improve our situation. They all give false hope and they all lie. Some go in poor but they all come our rich while our tax $ goes to foreign countries and our own infrastructure's rated at D+. Now they've signed the TPP agreement. Think healthcare's bad now? Wait until generic drug costs go sky high. Many more jobs sent abroad. Strict internet controls with mandatory fines, etc.

Anonymous said...

Wow 2:57, you need a tranquilizer, an then VOTE FOR TRUMP! He has more guts an backbone than all the rest of 'em combined!!! (GO TRUMP!)