Pennsylvania Primary Election 2019 — Today, May 21, is primary election day in Pennsylvania. Poll hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
It’s an odd numbered year so on the ballot will be races for municipal offices, school board seats, and state and local judges.
Cross-filling is allowed in school board and county judicial races so voting for party recommended persons is advised in these matters if one is unaware of the candidates.
The most relevant state-wide race is for Superior Court judge. In the Republican Primary two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. We strongly urge bullet voting for Rebecca Warren. Bullet voting means only voting for a single person despite being eligible to vote for another. Rebecca will not be appearing on most GOP sample ballots.
Concerning the Montgomery County Commissioner Republican Primary, we urge votes for Joe and Sean Gale.
Joe Gale Smears Show Establishment Fears — Maybe the greatest service provided Donald Trump is exposing the mind-blowing political corruption that has been impoverishing us for decades and the extent of which we have been blissfully unaware.
The corruption is the same regardless of the party in power.
Montgomery County residents have been getting flyers attacking incumbent county Commissioner Joe Gale as the Republican Party primary approaches May 21.
Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents — We have been told that Rebecca Warren was the star of the Pennsylvania Superior Court candidate’s debate held Tuesday, May 7, at the Free Public Library in Philadelphia. Only about 50 persons were in the the audience.
Two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. We understand it to be the busiest appellate court in the nation.
Hypocrite Buttigieg And Islam — Pete Buttigieg, the bitter, angry, outspokenly homosexual mayor of South Bend, Ind., has attacked Christians who vote Republican because of Biblical imperatives such as protecting the weak and helpless, not killing, and refraining from destructive sex acts; and that the Democrat Party not merely dismiss these commands but is offended by the very idea of God.
At least God as how Christians know Him.
Buttigieg has been notably silent regarding the hate-filled statements of militant Islamist congresswomen Ilhan Omar (D-MN5) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI13).
State Police Back Warren, Snub GOP Establishmentt — In a slap in the face to Pennsylvania’s feckless Republican Party establishment, the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association has endorsed former Montour County District Attorney Rebecca Warren for Superior Court Judge.
Two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. Also on the GOP ballot is Cumberland County Common Pleas Court Judge Christylee Peck.
Dems Flip 37th Senate Seat — Well, the Democrats flipped Pennsylvania’s 37th Senatorial District, today, April 2, with liberal Pam Iovino beating tech entrepreneur D Raja by about 4,000 votes in a special election.
The loss leaves the GOP with a 26-22 margin in the state senate..
Below is a message for help sent by Pennsylvania Republican Chairman Val DiGiorgio Saturday:
Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: We are down to the last hours in one of the most critical elections for the State Senate in recent memory and I could not be more proud of the work our candidate, Raja, is doing to keep the 37th District red. I was happy to join Raja this week as he was going door-to-door in Sewickley Hills, where I saw first-hand the well-spring of support he is seeing within the district. Now you have the ability to help Raja, too. On election day, April 2nd, we are sending an army of volunteers to help the Raja team get out the vote. Will be sending buses from Harrisburg and Erie to go into the district and work to make sure we get Raja over the finish line. If you want to head out to the Pittsburgh area to help Raja, please fill out the form HERE and a member of our team will get in contact with you as soon as possible.
Irish Smiles Rebecca Warren — Probably most of our readers would like to tar and feather Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, the Republican who represents Pennsylvania’s 1st District in mostly Bucks County and far too often votes with Democrats.
So imagine our surprise when we learn Rebecca Warren, our gal in the hot Superior Court primary, was at the Fitzpatrick Saint Patty Day’s fete, yesterday (March 10) at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland.
Anyway, don’t get mad. This is a good thing. A very good thing. It means the powerful Fitzpatricks are not in lock-step with GOP Chairman Val DiGiorgio who pulled out all stops to steal the endorsement from Rebecca.
GOP Flips Connecticut Legislative Seats — For political junkies, Republicans tonight (Feb. 26) won special elections taking seats in the Connecticut legislature that had been held by Democrats in heavily Democrat districts.
Gennaro Bizzarro beat Democrat Rick Lopes for the District 6 Senate seat that had been vacated by Terry Gerratana who had taken a role as an advisor in Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration.
Joseph Zullo easily beat Democrat Josh Balter in the 99th District State House seat replacing Rep. James Albis who moved into a spot as a senior advisor with the state’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection