SHAVERTOWN – Today, the Meuser for Congress campaign proudly announced that three State Senators from across the 11th Congressional District have endorsed Dan's candidacy.
Pennsylvania State Senate:
Lisa Baker (R-Luzerne/Pike/Susquehanna/Wayne/Wyoming)
John DiSanto (R-Dauphin/Perry)
John Gordner (R-Snyder/Northumberland/Montour/Columbia/Luzerne)
"Our campaign is honored to have the support of State Senators Lisa Baker, John DiSanto and John Gordner,” Meuser said. “They are strong and effective voices for their constituents in Harrisburg and we are excited that they have put their faith in our campaign to represent the people of the 11th Congressional District in Washington, D.C. They know that our campaign is about bringing conservative problem solving skills to Washington, D.C. and that we will work to build coalitions focusing on policies which grow jobs and wages and increase the disposable income of American families. The level of support our campaign is receiving from our local elected officials and grassroots leaders is humbling. We are deeply thankful and look forward to continuing to build broad-based support for our campaign.”
This is the latest in a series of endorsements which include State Representatives Karen Boback, Lynda Schlegel Culver, Doyle Heffley, Sue Helm, Aaron Kaufer, Kurt Masser, Tom Mehaffie, Dave Millard and Tarah Toohil. Additionally, Dan has earned the support of Luzerne County GOP Chair Ron Ferrance and the Luzerne County GOP, Columbia County GOP Chair Mary Baker, Dauphin County GOP Chair Dave Feidt, Montour County GOP Chair Marlene Gunther and Northumberland County GOP Chair Beth Kremer. We have also been endorsed by Dauphin County Commissioners Jeff Haste and Mike Pries as well as all of the Dauphin County row officers. Our campaign recently received support from top President Trump delegate in the 11th Congressional District Rick Morelli.
Dan Meuser is a candidate for Congress representing the 11th District. Dan has served both as a private sector businessman responsible for helping create thousands of jobs and as the Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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