Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz unveiled a new television ad where she promises to break through the status quo of Harrisburg as Pennsylvania’s next governor.
Aptly titled “Break Through,” Schwartz critiques the state of affairs in the state capitol while promoting her record of accomplishment in spite of it.
“We do all know that the old boys club exists in Harrisburg…And, I have to tell you that it is holding us back… because when they get together, they’re not talking about you.They’re talking about how to look out for each other… protect the status quo… and it’s got to be dealt with,” Schwartz says to an audience.
“We need a governor who can make this difference,” she continues, now on the street meeting with young families. “I know how to break through that boys club and get things done for Pennsylvania families. That’s always been my priority. It’s why I’m running.”
Schwartz was the last candidate for governor to join the airwaves and is consistently polling second in the race, behind media-saturating former Revenue Secretary Tom Wolf.
State Treasurer Rob McCord and former DEP Secretary Katie McGinty are also running for the Democratic nomination for governor.