“Democrats now control the White House, oversized majorities in both houses of Congress, the Governor’s mansion, and the State House, and they seek to complete their dominance by taking control of the State Senate.
If recent elections have taught us anything, it’s that the voters are hungry for candidates who hail from outside the political class, with whom they can identify, who they believe understand the challenges they face, and who are disconnected from the failed economic policies of Governor Rendell.
As a middle-class mother who grew up on a farm and works full-time to make ends meet for my family, I will speak credibly and articulately to the issues affecting the hardworking people of our region: the economy, taxes, and health care.
If Republicans are to retain Sen. Rhoades’ seat and regain the taxpayers’ trust, then we must turn the page from overspending, tax increases, and scandal – and put forth a new, energetic leader committed to the principles upon which America – and our Party – we’re founded: 1) limited and ethical government; 2) low taxes; and 3) personal responsibility.
To this end, I officially declare my candidacy for the vacant 29th Senate District seat.”
Gretchen D. Sterns
Yes, my sister is running for PA State Senate. I hope everyone wants to vote for a breath of fresh air in the Pennsylvania Republican Party. She is someone who will listen to the peole and vote to make changes. With a law and real estate background, I think the will help to be our voice in the PA Senate.