Now, however, it appears that Martin is getting a primary challenger.
In addition to his current elected position, Demme also chaired the Lancaster County Republican Party from May 2011 to June 2012.
“We need someone who will fight for life, religious liberty, families, small business and for a fair government that works for the people instead of against them,” Demme writes in his announcement email.
“Now is the time to send a fresh voice to Harrisburg, someone who shares Lancaster’s deep conservative values, who understands the burdens that Harrisburg places on small business and who has the drive to get things done.”
Pennsylvania’s 13th Senate district consists of parts of Lancaster County.