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Jim Martin Commissioner

Randy Phiel Commissioner

Pat Toomey U.S. Senate

Scott Perry U.S. Representative
Tom Corbett Governor
Jim Cawley Lt. Governor
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. 

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A new Magellan Strategies survey has Governor Tom Corbett trailing Tom Wolf by single digits.

Click here to see the news.  

This poll was taken before the Governor's impressive debate performance on Monday night and is consistent with our internal polling that shows the race moving in our direction.  Make no mistake about it, Pennsylvanians are just tuning into this race and we are in position to win on November 4.  On Monday, you heard clear differences between Governor Corbett and Tom Wolf.  Governor Corbett has a vision, a record and laid out in clear details what he has accomplished and how he wants to address the problems our state faces.  Meanwhile, Tom Wolf was evasive, aloof and refused to answer any question in a detailed manner.  In fact, the only thing we know about Wolf is that he went to MIT, owned a business and he is coming to raise our taxes.  

Unfortunately, not every Pennsylvania voter had the chance to watch Monday's debate.  But don't worry, we have posted it in its entirety and some highlights on our website.  Click here to watch.  Please encourage your friends and family to watch that debate so they can see the clear difference between Governor Corbett and tax-and-spend liberal Tom Wolf. 

It has been a good week for the Corbett-Cawley campaign.  Let's make it a good week, good month and a great Election when we win on November 4, 2014. 


Mike Barley, Tom Corbett Campaign Manager





The Adams County Republican Committee is hosting the 29th Annual Eisenhower Dinner that will be held on Thursday, October 16, 2014, at the Gettysburg Hotel in Gettysburg, PA.  The Social Hour will begin at 5:30pm with dinner commencing at 7pm.

Jennifer Railing, Honorary Chairman of the Eisenhower Dinner said today, "We are so pleased to have Congressman Steve King as our guest speaker. Congressman King is a well-known conservative from 4
District of Iowa."

King was elected to Congress in 2002 and serves on the Agriculture Committee and is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Department Operations, Oversight, and Nutrition. King is also a member of the House Judiciary Committee where he sits on the Constitution and Civil Justice Subcommittee and the Immigration and Border Security Subcommittee.

Railing added, "This dinner occasion also offers a wonderful opportunity for citizens of Adams County to meet the candidates who will make a difference in the governing of our state and county."

Everyone is cordially invited to attend, however reservations are required.   For more information and tickets, please contact Ann Yannetti at 717-334-4439.


Gov. Corbett, Congerssman Perry, and State Rep. Will Tallman visit the ACRC Headquarters

Grand Opening of the ACRC Headquarters


Governor and Mrs. Corbett and Grandson after he was endorsed

as candidate for Governor for the Republican Party





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.

The website is


Mar. 11, 2014

Below you will find a link to a PDF file containing a complete list of all positions open for election in the 2014 election cycle.


September 16th, 2013 - 226th Anniversary of the signing of the United State Constitution

Here is a link to the Evening Sun's story posted on-line complete with video:


March 2014

The 2014 election cycle is upon us. Please visit the "2014 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.


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


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

●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.