Sunday, January 07, 2018

The LuLac Edition #3692, January 7th, 2018


State Senator Scott Wagner (Photo: Wagner campaign)
2018 Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner today attended the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee Central Caucus to present to conservative leaders his vision to clean up Harrisburg. After candidates spoke and answered questions, members of the Central Caucus conducted an endorsement straw poll, which Wagner won with 63 percent of the vote. Campaign Manager Jason High released the following statement following Wagner’s victory:
“Scott was endorsed today by an overwhelming number of Central Caucus members because they know he is the only conservative outsider in this race that can change the status quo in Harrisburg.”
“His sizable victory should signal to the entire Commonwealth that Scott is the prohibitive favorite to win the Republican nomination.”
“In the coming caucuses, Scott will continue to unify Republicans across Pennsylvania behind his candidacy to ensure that he has the best chance of defeating Governor Wolf and secure down ballot wins for the Party in November.” In addition to winning the Central Caucus, Wagner took the North Central and Northeast straw polls.

Luzerne County Council Chair (Tim McGinley Photo: Irregulars)
The Irregulars Think Tank Breakfast will be held in the relaxed environment of Ballroom A on the second floor of The Irem Clubhouse at Irem Temple Country Club in Dallas on Saturday, January 13.  Luzerne County Council Chair Tim McGinley will be Presenter.  He will be discussing Luzerne County Government by the Home Rule Charter with focus on the differences between Home Rule Charter form of government, and the previous County Government under the Commissioner Form.  Doors open at 8:30 a.m. and buffet-style breakfast is served at 9:00 a.m.  Breakfast is over when the last person walks out the door.  Cost is $11 per person. 
Presenter Tim McGinley was selected as the new chair of the eleven member Luzerne County Council legislative body this past Tuesday.  Tim has served on county council for six years having been first elected to office in 2011.  He won re-election by the voters of the county in 2015, and is now serving the third year of a four-year term.  As highest-ranking officer on council, Tim is dedicated to meeting the needs of the community through responsible and committed county government.


At 1:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone who hasn't already done so should read the Steele dossier. If true (and Sen. Feinstein correctly points out that NONE of it has been disproven), then Trump and his people have been working with the Russian government for several years. This is why Steele believed Trump might be getting blackmailed, because the Russians always could reveal this publicly.

Then you'll know why the Republicans are so desperate to not talk about the dossier.

At 7:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hah! So Mr. I',-So-Innocent is afraid to tell his oh-so-innocent story to the special counsel. Subpoena him and let him take the fifth.


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