Lt. Gov: Former Rendell Spokesman joins Koplinski Campaign

Ardo

Ardo

Brad Koplinski’s campaign for Lieutenant Governor announced today that they have hired Chuck Ardo as their Communications Director.

Ardo is best known as Governor Ed Rendell’s Press Secretary. He has also served as the city of Harrisburg’s Communications Director and the Spokesman for the Pennsylvania House Democratic Campaign Committee.

“Chuck brings expertise and a relationship with the press that’s unmatched. His skills are a great addition to our growing team and he will be an integral part of my campaign moving forward,” said Brad Koplinski.

“I am proud to join Brad’s campaign,” Ardo stated. “It is building support every day in all corners of the state and I look forward to communicating his message of building a better relationship between the Commonwealth and its municipalities and fighting for Progressive ideals.”

Koplinski is currently a Harrisburg City Councilman and Ardo is expected to work from the state’s capital. The other Democrats running for Lt. Gov include, Harrisburg city official Brenda Alton, former Congressman Mark Critz, Bradford County Commissioner Mark Smith and State Sen. Mike Stack.

January 30th, 2014 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Top Stories | 4 Comments

4 thoughts on “Lt. Gov: Former Rendell Spokesman joins Koplinski Campaign”

  1. Phil says:

    Nice to see that good old Chuck is still in the game. One of the best guys in PA.

  2. 13thDistDem says:

    That’s random. I suspect this is prefacing bad fundraising numbers.

  3. frank says:

    Cant beat mark critz hes got lg locked up

  4. Tom Crowell says:

    You forgot Brandon Neumann, a state rep and someone who has been campaigning hard for the spot. A serious candidate.

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