The Next Chapter for PoliticsPA
I am looking forward to the opportunity to grow and expand the website.
I want to make PoliticsPA more of a part of the day-to-day conversation in Harrisburg as a place people can go to see what is being talked about behind closed doors and behind the scenes.
I will be growing the presence of PoliticsPA on social media, engaging with people on Twitter and Facebook to gain better insight into what is happening and why.
Over the coming weeks and months I will be working to bring PoliticsPA closer to its mission of being the source for the inner workings of Harrisburg, which includes the happenings of both Democrats and Republicans and all the affiliated groups on both sides of the aisle.
Some of you may know my name from my recent role as Deputy Communications Director for the Republican Party of Pennsylvania. My job during the 2016 cycle was as partisan as they come.
I know that in my new role, I must be unbiased and nonpartisan. I believe that PoliticsPA does best when everyone can count on it to deliver the best insider information – and that is what I aim to do.
I believe that my experience in the campaign world gives me a good perspective on the inner workings of Harrisburg and politics across the state. I am excited to bring this understanding to PoliticsPA.
My goal is to ensure that all sides of the argument and all stories are covered in an unbiased and fair light, so that all of our readers can be assured they are getting the best possible information from this website.
Along with that I appreciate feedback from our readers on what I cover and how I cover it. I want to hear the feedback from all sides, and angles. If you have a news tip about something you feel I should be covering please let me know either in the comments section, or emailing me at email@example.com.
PoliticsPA is supposed to be a source for all of you, and that is what I will do my best to have it continue to be.
I want to end this by thanking Nick Field for all that he has done with PoliticsPA during his tenure as Managing Editor. I look forward to seeing what he does in the future. And I look forward to working with all of you to continue to grow PoliticsPA.