SEPA Legislators Endorse David Christian
David Christian, a GOP candidate for the US Senate, received endorsements today from three Pennsylvania legislators. Senators Tommy Tomlinson (R-6) and Chuck McIlhinney (R-10) of Bucks County, and State Representative Tom Murt (R-152) all provided endorsements for Christian’s campaign.
Senator Tomlinson said “Dave Christian is the right choice for Pennsylvania and the right choice to put our country back on the right track.”
He went on to add “We need leaders with experience. Leaders who, when we turn to them in tough times, know what to do. I believe Dave’s experience as a leader in the Army, as a leader in public service and as a leader in private industry is exactly what Pennsylvania needs in the United States Senate and that is why today I am endorsing Bucks County’s own, David Christian for the United State Senate.”
Senator McIlhinney stated in his endorsement that “Dave Christian has never shied away from doing what’s right for our country,” and “”He’s the right man to challenge Bob Casey. A businessman, American hero, and real Reagan Republican, he’s the kind of leader we’d all be proud to have in the Senate.”
Representative Murt included in his pitch that “Now more than ever, our country is starved for leadership at the federal level. We need leaders who will make the tough decisions, operate within our means, and represent us with integrity. I count David as a friend and believe wholeheartedly he will fill that role in Washington as a U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania.”
Christian thanked his endorsers by saying “I’m honored and grateful to have the support of these fine leaders.”
“Their endorsements means a great deal to me” said Christian. “State and federal legislators should partner together to draft solutions. This is another step in that direction, and when elected, I will continue to establish these partnerships across Pennsylvania.”
Christian is facing competition from several candidates for the GOP nomination including Sam Rohrer of Berks County, Marc Scaringi of Cumberland County, Tom Smith of Armstrong County, and Steve Welch of Chester County.