Dan Meuser Delivers Ideas, Not Rhetoric in Berks County Debate

Berks County: Tonight, Dan Meuser, Republican nominee for United States Congress, proved decisively that he is a problem-solving conservative and the best choice to represent us in Congress at a debate held tonight by the Berks County League of Women Voters.

Dan Meuser said, “The people of the 9th Congressional District can trust that I am a person who will work to grow and expand jobs by lowering taxes and eliminating burdensome regulations; secure our borders by building a wall; and drain the swamp by helping to enact term limits, a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution and implement a 5-year lobbying ban on elected officials and cabinet appointees. We also must work to fight for a better healthcare system, while maintaining coverage for those with pre-existing conditions and protect Social Security benefits.”

Campaign Manager Mike Barley added, “Tonight’s debate in Berks County proved once again that Dan has the experience, qualifications and most importantly the strong desire to go to Congress and fight for the America First Agenda. We are running an aggressive and comprehensive grassroots campaign. We have been campaigning across the District, putting up yard signs, making phone calls, going door-to-door, and attending many hundreds of events across the 9th Congressional District. We are going to keep campaigning hard through Election Day.”

To learn more about Dan Meuser, news about our campaign and where Dan stands on the issues, please go to www.meuserforcongress.com.

Dan Meuser is a candidate for U.S. Congress. Dan has served both as a private sector businessman responsible for helping create thousands of jobs and as Secretary of the Department of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

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