Republican candidates in Pennsylvania earned big wins on Tuesday night in three special elections for the state legislature.
Republican Tim Bonner delivered an important victory in Pennsylvania HD-8 tonight in a special election. Conservative values and good policy will continue to win in the PA legislature! pic.twitter.com/26GGkpSSLG— Republican State Leadership Committee (@RSLC) March 18, 2020
.@HillaryClinton won PA HD-18 in 2016 by 9%, but tonight Republican @KC4StateRep won! This is a huge GOP win in a special election – sign of great things to come for @realdonaldtrump and @GOP candidates up-and-down the ballot in November. Congrats K.C.! pic.twitter.com/cA8kHUZf1l— Republican State Leadership Committee (@RSLC) March 18, 2020
Family man, baseball coach, and strong conservative, Eric Davanzo was chosen tonight by the people of Pennsylvania HD-58 to represent them. Congrats on the win, Eric – excited to see what you do with @PAHouseGOP! pic.twitter.com/6qZcWWQpYC— Republican State Leadership Committee (@RSLC) March 18, 2020
These victories signal support for President Trump and GOP candidates down the ballot in Pennsylvania, which will undoubtedly be a competitive swing-state come November’s general election.
BIG NEWS!— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) March 18, 2020
Republicans just won 3 State House special elections in Pennsylvania.
One of the districts went for Hillary by 9 points.
Working-class voters were critical to @realDonaldTrump's success in 2016, and the enthusiasm is a great sign for 2020!
President Trump won Pennsylvania in 2016 over Hillary Clinton by a slim margin, but his likely opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, is a Pennsylvania native. These wins show that Pennsylvanians do not favor the far-left agenda that the former vice president is prepared to run on, including a fracking ban.