How much influence will former President Donald Trump have on Pennsylvania’s high-profile races in 2022? Will he endorse a candidate for governor? Will there be
The former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania under President Donald Trump highlighted his service in the military, tenure as the U.S. Attorney under Trump’s administration, support for law enforcement, goals for the office, while also taking shots at Gov. Tom Wolf’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic in his launch for the 2022 race.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Gov. Tom Wolf said that he won’t be endorsing a candidate in the crowded field for U.S. Senate prior to the primary, even though Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is seeking the party nomination. Wolf is backing Attorney General Josh Shapiro for Governor.
Former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain takes shots at Gov. Tom Wolf, PA’s Secretary of State, the state Supreme Court, and Attorney General Josh Shapiro over how the 2020 presidential election was conducted in a letter from June to former President Donald Trump. McSwain also said he would be “honored” to have Trump’s support in his bid for Governor.
Congressman Dan Meuser finished in first place by securing 35% of the vote in the 11 candidate poll. Charlie Gerow and state Sen. Scott Martin finished in second and third places respectively with 15% of the vote.