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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Ok, but if I win you're gonna have to get a horse.
    As long as you agree to teach us English folk how to ride one

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by pacomdiver View Post
    do we have enough time to get the signatures to get him on the ballet?
    Why would we want to see him dancing in tights?






    Potential candidates need to start getting the ball rolling. As of now, Shapiro is the only one most PA voters have even heard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Ok, but if I win you're gonna have to get a horse.
    your terms are acceptable
    bailout the working class not the freeloading class

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    Why would we want to see him dancing in tights?






    Potential candidates need to start getting the ball rolling. As of now, Shapiro is the only one most PA voters have even heard of.
    I think it's early yet. Fall to winter before the election seems to be when they start working at it.
    If we don't get Oz, we get stuck with Fetterman.

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Lou Barletta is also in the race. I used to be a fan of his, haven't heard from him in a few years.

    He'd be a huge upgrade from Wolf and I'd support him if he's the nominee but I prefer Mastriano. I think Trump does as well.
    Galations 6:9...And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.
    Ashli Babbitt - Patriot

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Lou Barletta is also in the race. I used to be a fan of his, haven't heard from him in a few years.

    He'd be a huge upgrade from Wolf and I'd support him if he's the nominee but I prefer Mastriano. I think Trump does as well.
    I'd love to se Doug in the race, problem is he's not an insider and the republican party bosses will throw him under the bus just like they did Wagner...

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    There will likely be one less Gov candidate

    He had a lot of publicly “non committed” state office holders in his camp behind the scenes

    Considered by many insider strategists to be the top candidate for PA Governor, Charlie Gerow is now facing other troubles:

    Pa. GOP strategist running for governor being investigated for fatal crash on Turnpike

    HARRISBURG — Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Gerow was involved in a crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Chester County this week that killed a motorcyclist and shut down the highway for nearly seven hours, according to law enforcement and other officials.

    Kevin Harley, a spokesperson for Gerow, confirmed that Gerow was the driver and said he is now “cooperating fully with the investigation and will continue to do so.”

    “He looks forward to the State Police completing their investigations and is confident that the investigation will confirm that he was not the cause of the accident,” Harley wrote in an email. “He has been advised that he should not discuss the matter further until the investigation has been completed.”

    Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the crash, which occurred shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday on the portion of the Turnpike that runs through Tredyffrin Township, authorities said.

    A State Police report on the incident made public Thursday does not name Gerow. It says only that the crash involved a Honda motorcycle and a Mercedes Benz 300, both traveling westbound on the turnpike. It did not identify the man who was killed.

    But on Friday, Chester County Coroner Christina VandePol identified the victim as Logan Carl Abbott, 30, of Bradford County.

    In a statement Friday, State Police spokesperson Brent Miller said the investigation is “active and ongoing,” and his agency is trying to determine whether other vehicles may have been involved.

    “The crash scene was large and the turnpike (westbound) was closed for approximately seven hours,” said Miller. “PSP still needs the public’s help. Anyone who witnessed, has video, or other information regarding this crash is asked to contact the Troop T-King of Prussia station at 610-279-1605.”

    Nicholas Forgette, a highway construction worker who was working on the turnpike Wednesday evening, said he was on the opposite side of the highway when he saw Gerow’s car pass by with a motorcycle wedged into the grill of the car.

    In an interview Friday, Forgette said the first thing he noticed were sparks coming off a car that was traveling at a high rate of speed in the westbound lanes of the turnpike. He and members of his construction crew who were with him were dumbstruck, he said.

    “Everyone was in disbelief,” he said. “That is not something you see every day. It was a big motorcycle, too. There were a bunch of sparks. And it was very loud.”

    Forgette, who works for a traffic control company in Pottstown, said Gerow was pulled over by State Police several miles down from where he first saw him. He said Gerow was sitting on a guardrail, stone-faced and “kind of disconnected.”

    When he saw Gerow’s car, he said the motorcycle “was sitting upright, with the side stuck into the front of the car.”


    He said he left before the roadway reopened, but his crew members told him that Gerow was directed into the front seat of a cruiser and driven away from the scene.

    Gerow, a longtime Republican strategist based in Harrisburg, announced his run for governor last month, saying he’s a “coalition builder” who can unite the GOP and expand its appeal as a Latino immigrant who found opportunity in the United States.

    He said he would campaign as a “conservative happy warrior,” with a focus on helping the state’s economy rebound after being shut down during the pandemic, and making Pennsylvania more attractive to businesses.

    Gerow was born in Brazil and adopted by American missionaries who later returned to the United States.

    He began his political career working for Ronald Reagan’s 1976 presidential campaign. He ran unsuccessfully for the state Senate and Congress multiple times in the 1980s and 1990s, then founded the Harrisburg-based public affairs firm Quantum Communications in 2001
    https://www.spotlightpa.org/news/202...clist-turnpike

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Mastriano or bust in my opinion.

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Mastriano or Barletta would both be good choices from what I know of them.
    I am not a lawyer.

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    Default Re: Governor's Race 2022

    Mastriano would not win a statewide election what with the "Great lie" rhetoric, not by a mile. You can take that to the BANK, kind sir.

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