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Our
Elected
Officials

Jim Martin Commissioner

Randy Phiel Commissioner

Pat Toomey U.S. Senate

Scott Perry U.S. Representative
Dan Moul State House-91st
Will Tallman State House-193rd

Rich Alloway State Senate - 33rd

 

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Adams County Republicans care about you, your family, your children, your property rights and our country. 
 
We Are Proud of Our Nation's Heritage....
        We Are Proud of Our Party's History....
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Adams County Young Conservatives 



       


    • Teens Discover Community Service Opportunities in Biglerville the main speaker was John Biesecker  He spoke about the CERT Program.  ACYC exists to organize and encourage patriotism.
    • Judge George Speaks

                                       
  • Central Caucus of PA State Committee met in New Cumberland to hear the presentations of 16 candidates running for the Supreme, Superior and Commonwealth Courts. Below the results of the
  • non-binding straw polls.
    Supreme Court - 3 Seats Open (Votes)

    1. Michael A. George (78)

    2. Judy Olson (50)

    3. Ann Covey (45)

    4. Renee Cohn Jubelirer (25)

    5. Correale F. Stevens (19)

    6. Cheryl Lynn Allen (17)
    7. Paul Panepinto (16)

    8. Rebecca Warren (10)

    9. Julia K. Hearthway (2)

    10. John T. Bender (1)

    Superior Court - 1 Seat Open (Votes)
    1. Douglas G. Reichley (43)

    2. Emil Giordano (23)

    3. Melissa Hart (15)​
    4. Bradley K. Moss​ (10)

    Commonwealth Court (1 Seat Open)

    1. Paul N. Lalley (53)

    2. Scot R. Withers (27)

    3. Emil Giordano (9)



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    GENERAL ASSEMBLY LAUNCHES WEBSITE

    A completely revamped version of the General Assembly's website was launched on November 5 to give

    the public better access to a wide array of Legislative information, including bill text and history, vote in the

    Senate and the House, committee meetings and votes, and much more.

    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/

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    March 2015

    The 2015 election cycle is upon us. Please visit the "2015 Primary Candidates" tab above for a complete listing of State and Local candidates running for office. Candidate photos and websites will be posted as receive information from each candidate.

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    2013 Swearing In Ceremony Photos

    Congressman Perry, John Butterfield and Graham Weaver the day of wearing in.
     
    Congressman Scott Perry and Chairman Elizabeth Hower
     
    Lt. Governor Cawley opening the swearing in ceremony in the Senate Chamber
     
    Senator Alloway and his wife Shannon.
    Swearing in Ceremony at the Capitol in Harrisburg, January 1, 2013

     

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    Definition of Republican

    We want to reaffirm what we believe it means to be a Republican in Adams County

    ��Our country, our families, and the God given rights that we have been granted are of primary
    importance to us.

    ��We believe in individual rights as written in the Declaration of Independence and that all men are
    created equal. We further believe that we are guaranteed the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of
    happiness.

    ��We affirm that the US Constitution, as written, the law of the land and goes hand in hand with the Bill
    of Rights.

    ��As citizens of the United States we have fundamental duties and responsibilities to be involved in the
    process of protecting our rights and perpetuating our freedoms.

    ��We believe the primary role of government is to defend our country and protect it from our enemies
    foreign and domestic.

    ��We want value for the taxes we pay. We feel that free enterprise, unfettered by burdensome taxes and
    regulations, performs better and more efficiently than government bureaucracy. In addition we need less
    government intrusion and regulation in our personal lives.

    ��We believe that the Judicial branches of federal, state and local governments are bound to honor the
    Constitution and Bill of Rights.

    ��We believe in the fundamental self worth of each human being. Life is sacred.