Pennsylvania Voters Reject Socialism in Special Election

As the 2020 election grows near, voters in Central Pennsylvania, the 12th Congressional District, voted for new representation in a special election on Tuesday May 21.

After a long process of candidate selection by the party, former State Rep. Fred Keller emerged as the victor among a field of 14 candidates. Keller is in good standing in Harrisburg and holds a pristine Conservative voting record, earning a 90 percent approval from the American Conservative Union

Penn State assistant professor Marc Friedenberg aligns himself with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the growing wing of radical leftists within the Democratic Party. He endorsed Medicare-for-All, the Green New Deal, debt-free college, repeal of President Trump’s tax cuts and abortion on demand

Here's the result: 

This election speaks for the vast majority of Rust Belt swing states: Socialist values are not popular. 

Republican Fred Keller addresses the crowd during the rally on Monday May 20

Posted: May 22, 2019 

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