SD-15: McNally’s New Ad

John McNally, the Republican running to replace Sen. Jeff Piccola (R-Dauphin), launched his second ad of the general election campaign Wednesday.

The advertisement, produced by GK Visual, begins “John McNally is the only candidate for Senate with a blueprint to rebuild the middle class and create jobs by lowering taxes and regulations on job creators.”

He’ll “stop the wasteful spending and excessive debt in state government” while working to “reform state government by ending perks, pay-raises, and privileges,” the announcer continues.

He’s running against Democrat Rob Teplitz. The district comprises most of Dauphin County and part of York County.

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  1. John McNally’s close relationship with Greenlee Associates, probably, disqualifies him from any consideration by fiscal common sense voter.

    Follow the Lobbyists…..

    John McNally is a phony entwined with Dauphin County Republican Establishment Insider Network and the Big Spending Big Borrowing Senate leadership starting with Jeff Piccola who, just yesterday, while Republicans focused on the debate, voted another $2.3 billion debt (deferred taxation) on Pennsylvania Taxpayers.

    READ MORE PaIndependent 3 October http://paindependent.com/2012/10/bill-to-borrow-1-6b-means-taxpayers-stuck-with-2-3b-tab/

    EVERY MEMBER OF REPUBLICAN HOUSE AND SENATE LEADERSHIP(?) VOTED TO INCREASE DEBT ON PENNSYLVANIA’S FORGOTTEN TAXPAYER AND REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR WILL, ONCE AGAIN, SIGN THIS INTO LAW.

    Senate Vote only fiscal common sense conservatives John Eichelberger and Mike Folmer voted “NAY” http://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/Legis/RC/Public/rc_view_action2.cfm?sess_yr=2011&sess_ind=0&rc_body=S&rc_nbr=724

    House Vote http://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/Legis/RC/Public/rc_view_action2.cfm?sess_yr=2011&sess_ind=0&rc_body=H&rc_nbr=1898

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