Toomey Formally Endorses Corbett

Official PortraitApparently Senator Pat Toomey isn’t considering that run for governor after all.*

*That link was an April Fools joke from PoliticsPA. Although in all seriousness, several Republican insiders tested Toomey’s interest in a 2014 bid in the hope that Governor Tom Corbett would not seek re-election.

On Friday the Republican Senator offered his endorsement to Governor Corbett and running mate Jim Cawley.

“Under the leadership of the Corbett-Cawley team, fiscal discipline has returned to Harrisburg,” Toomey said. “Whether it was eliminating a $4.2 billion deficit without raising taxes, or enabling the private sector to create 141,000 jobs, Governor Corbett has consistently championed policies to protect the tax dollars of hard-working Pennsylvanians. That is an impressive achievement few governors can claim.”

The endorsement is not a surprise, and follows similar words from former Sen. Rick Santorum who also endorsed Corbett this week.

Asked a few weeks ago about rumors that he may launch a bid, Toomey insisted he supported the incumbent.

Corbett spoke of the connection the two politicians have formed.

“The relationship Senator Toomey and I have developed has been critical in preventing the one-size-fits-all mandates of Washington, D.C., from threatening Pennsylvania’s economic recovery,” Corbett added. “I look forward to a continued partnership with Senator Toomey as we strive to bring more jobs and less taxes to Pennsylvania.”

4 thoughts on “Toomey Formally Endorses Corbett

  1. Do you see some bridge traffic backups in some Democratic official’s future to get an endorsement for Gov Crooked?

  2. What will be next from the Corbett team to thwart the courageous candidacy of Bob Guzzardi, PA’s Edmund Burke? DOES CORBETT NEED A TED CRUZ ENDORSEMENT? Corbett Team: Bob Guzzardi has passed his DNA test: Bob is no RINO! You cannot stop the grassroots hungry for a new direction.

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