Val DiGiorgio False Negative Attacks –The vote for Pennsylvania’s next Republican Party Chairman is Feb. 4 with the leading candidates being Chester County boss Val DiGiorgio and Lawrence Tabas who is the state party’s widely respected general counsel.
The decision will be made by members of the Republican State Committee. Every county chairman is automatically a member of the committee with the rest being elected to four year terms during a municipal party primary.
Good evening! I hope everyone enjoyed the swearing-in ceremonies and I know we look forward to the next 4 years to make some major changes with President Trump!!!
I know there have been a flurry of emails over the past month regarding the race for Chairman of the Party. As a caucus, we will be hearing from both Val and Lawrence and have the opportunity to ask them questions.
As a state committee member, I wanted to share with you that I have been made aware of some disappointing and frankly disturbing news. Opponents of Val DiGiorgio are planning an email and media blitz of false, negative attacks against him centered around President Trump’s election campaign – many of these contacts may be emailing or phoning us directly who don’t even live in Pennsylvania – those who have never been involved in our local elections – those who have not work for our judicial or statewide candidates. If you are like me and tired of the negativity in this race, please don’t stand for it. Let the people behind it know that we abide by Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment. This is what Val and his team have done.
To preempt these attacks, please take a moment to review the email below which outlines Val DiGiorgio’s and Chester County’s efforts on behalf of our President. If you have any question about Val’s efforts to help move the Republican ticket to victory please visit Setting the Record Straight: Val DiGiorgio and the Trump Campaign
I look forward to seeing you this weekend.
Thank you very much
OK Sheila, what are these “false, negative attacks” to be made against DiGiorgio?
That he backed a purge of new party activists?
That he wouldn’t let up?
That Josh Shapiro, the state’s leading Democrat, got his wife a six-figure do-nothing job with Montgomery County?
That Shapiro was one of his compatriots at what might be state’s leading purveyor of special interests?
That he is a registered lobbyist which means that he is someone whose concern is the special interest giving him money rather than the common good?
That his organization gave aid and support to no-chance anti-Trumper John Kasich five days before the Pennsylvania Primary?
That he put a one-time activist liberal Democrat in charge of Chester County voter services?
That Chester County Republicans performed surprisingly poorly last November?
So what are these false attacks? Why would anyone need to make any?
Val DiGiorgio False Negative Attacks