Pennsylvania GOP Endorses McCormick For Senate For 2024 — The Pennsylvania Republican Party officially endorsed Dave McCormick for U.S. Senate, today, Sept. 30, at its fall meeting we have been told.
It is believed to be the first time the state party has endorsed a candidate for an election more than a year away.
The seat that McCormick seeks has been held by Democrat Bob Casey since 2007.
McCormick lost a Republican primary election to Mehmet Oz for the 2022 Senate race.
McCormick worked at Bridgewater Associates, a private equity firm, starting as president in 2009, becoming co-CEO in 2017 and sole CEO in 2019. He stepped down in 2022 for his Senate run.
McCormick attended their meeting in Davos, Switzerland in 2021 and is extensively quoted on their website.
The presumption for this early endorsement is to stop a primary challenge by a Trump supporter.
Trump notably refused to endorse him last year.
Will we vote for McCormick?
We mean in the general.
There may be some possible possibility but we are not seeing it.
Here is some food for thought if the Republicans want to keep people like us in the fold: endorse Trump now, and that includes an endorsement from McCormick; and condemn — loudly, frequently and effectively — the vilely unAmerican lawfare being waged against him.
The most serious threats to the dignity and freedom of the American citizen are open borders, lawfare, untrustworthy elections and, especially, politicalization of monetary services, which is basically the Mark of the Beast.
Can’t say we have much faith that McCormick agrees with us.
Pennsylvania GOP Endorses McCormick For Senate For 2024