Moul has represented it since 2007. Is he a bad guy? Don’t know, but the Pennsylvania GOP hasn’t done squat since he’s been in regarding the issues crushing its citizens (pension reform, banning school strikes, fighting union corruption) and Moul hasn’t made a lot of noise about them.
Nothing that makes us think that he’s worth $85,338.65 anyway.
Holland, a resident of Cumberland Township, served in the Army and National Guard from 1988 to 1999 as a medical specialist ending with a rank of E-5. He now teaches special education in Baltimore city schools. His wife Janet is a human resources specialist at The Daughters Of Charity in Emmitsburg.
Holland says he has worked on farms since he was eight. He has served as an Adams County committeeman, state delegate on several occasions and was vice president of the Young Republicans.
He has a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a master’s degree from Liberty University.
He is conservative on the important issues.
One can either fuss and fume about why legislators like Moul don’t have term limits or give guys like Holland a chance.
We say, give Holland a chance. Drain the swamp in Harrisburg.
Kurt Holland Seeks 91st District House Seat — We have just been introduced to Kurt Holland who is launching a GOP primary campaign against Dan Moul, who is the incumbent in Pennsylvania House District 91. The district is in Adams County and includes Gettysburg.
Kurt is among those sickened by $85,356 legislative salaries and filthy rich health and pension plans.
He is angry at the special-interest-always-win, working-people-always-lose mentality of the GOP-control General Assembly, and their incestuous relationship with special-interest-always-win Democrats.
Bobby Lawrence Explains His Side — An article that appeared on the left-wing, Canadian-hosted website BlastingNews.com is accusing Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Candidate Bobby Lawrence of abusing a staffer by leaving a nasty message on her answering machine.
There is another side that was omitted, however.
Lawrence notes that the person, Tania Burgess, was not a staffer or employee of his campaign but affiliated with America First Grassroots.
Lawrence and Ms. Burgess are supporters of Donald Trump, and Ms. Burgess offered to help Lawrence with his Aug. 26 Senate kickoff event in Greencastle.
The event was scheduled and Ms. Burgess then claimed ownership of it, Lawrence says. He says she attempted to exert undue control and prominent persons whom Lawrence had expected to join him pulled out. He also feared Ms. Burgess’ actions would cause others to quit the event.
Tom Cotton Backs Paul Mango For Pa. Gov. — Noted truth-teller Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) will be appearing with Paul Mango at a July 28 light-lunch fundraiser at AmVets Post 19 in Lancaster. Mango is among the Republicans seeking to replace Gov. “Big Bad” Wolf in 2018.
Tickets are $50. For information call Savannah at 717-779-3197.
Tom Cotton is the real deal and gives Mango a lot of credibility. Others seeking the nomination might want to reconsider pushing legislation giving strange men the right to share private spaces with little girls.