“I am honored to receive this outpouring of support from such respected community leaders. I have said from day-one that my Administration will work hand-in-hand with local and county officials to help restore the dream for all Pennsylvanians. These strong leaders have stepped forward to join our campaign and together we will accomplish our shared goal of bringing our jobs and our kids back to Pennsylvania,” Mango said announcing the endorsements.
Mango’s endorsements come from counties across the state, including Berks and Dauphin counties. The endorsements will likely help Mango’s campaign with local activists that are tied to the Commissioners.
“Paul Mango is a family man, businessman and a patriot. He is a true conservative that understands that Harrisburg doesn’t know best,” Berks county Commissioner Christian Leinbach said.
“County and local officials constantly deal with Harrisburg politicians who believe they know best, but never step foot in our communities. That’s not Paul Mango. Paul Mango has reached out to us, sought our input, and is committed to working with local and county officials to make our Commonwealth stronger,” Dauphin county Commissioner Jeff Haste said.
Mango was endorsed by Beaver County Commissioners Dan Camp and Sandie Egley, Berks County Commissioner Christian Leinbach, Blair County Commissioner Bruce Erb, Butler County Commissioners Kim Geyer and Leslie Osche, Clinton County Commissioners Pete Smeltz and Jeffrey Snyder, Dauphin County Commissioner Jeff Haste, Fayette County Commissioner Angela Zimmerlink, Greene County Commissioner Archie Trader, Mifflin County Commissioner Stephen Dunkle, Northumberland County Commissioner Samuel Schiccatano, Commissioner Tioga County Joseph Kantz, Tioga County Commissioners Lee Knepp and County Mark Hamilton,Union County Commissioner Preston Boop, Warren County Commissioner Benjamin Kafferlin, Washington County Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan, and Westmoreland County Commissioner Charles Anderson.