Sen. Scott Wagner to Introduce Walker at NRLC

scott-wagnerScott and Scott will close out this week’s GOP gathering.

The Northeast Republican Leadership Conference (NRLC) is set to take place in Philadelphia from Thursday to Saturday.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will be the final, keynote, speaker at the conference on Saturday.

Conservative favorite, State Sen. Scott Wagner, announced that he’ll be introducing Walker.

“I’m excited to welcome Governor Walker to Pennsylvania and introduce him at the luncheon,” Sen. Wagner told his supporters via email.

“Nobody has been attacked more for defending our fiscal conservative principles than Governor Walker,” he continued. “Public-sector unions and liberal special interests have tried to derail his agenda time-and-time again, and each time Governor Walker has won and delivered for taxpayers.”

“If you believe in bringing fiscal responsibility to state and federal government like I do, please join me this Saturday to hear Governor Walker’s vision for the future of our Party and our country,” Sen. Wagner concluded.

Although Walker has not officially declared, he is widely expected to run for President in 2016.

In fact, a new national PPP poll released today showed Walker as the GOP front-runner.

Therefore, it’s worth keeping an eye on the relationship between the two Scotts.

June 16th, 2015 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Presidential, Top Stories | 5 Comments

5 thoughts on “Sen. Scott Wagner to Introduce Walker at NRLC”

  1. Colin A Hanna says:

    One good Scott deserves another. I admire them both.

  2. Scoop:15 says:

    I guess Scott and Scott’s ideas of “fiscal responsibility” is to run up deficits, then cut the means to pay for it, while wrecking their states’ economies.

  3. Pam says:

    Union members pay taxes also

  4. Julieann Wozniak says:

    Rubbing elbows with the rabid union-buster.

  5. Public Sector Worker says:

    Birds of a feather flocking together

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