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This May, an amendment to the state constitution will be on the ballot, open to ALL voters including unaffiliated voters. The intent of the Amendment is to limit the governor's emergency powers and overreach. For more details, click the link below:
As a new president was sworn in today, we wanted to thank President Trump for 4 years of America First policies, deregulation, and foreign policy victories. It was truly remarkable to have a president who fought for America and all of her citizens.
Only a few hours into his presidency, President Biden has already signed executive orders to halt further construction of the border wall, lift restrictions on travel from terrorist-laden countries, put the US back into the job-killing and ineffective Paris Climate Accord (unconstitutional too, may we add), and revoked approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. The latter of which would have reduced carbon-emissions, as the oil now has to be transported via tanker trucks to their refineries. In addition, he reinstated the ability of the Census Bureau to count illegal aliens and non-citizens for representation purposes, as well as revoked the 1776 Commission Report. Fortunately, we were able to download it before they pulled it from the White House website.
This flurry of un-American actions serves as a loud warning shot that the progressive freight train is coming through. Fortunately, we can fight and serve our country right here at home.
With municipal and judicial elections coming up this year, we have a chance to stop the havoc that has been caused by progressive policies and judicial overreach. We saw this in the PA Supreme Court decision to declare Jim Brewster the victor, in opposition to the Pennsylvania law.
For those who want to help prevent election fraud, each of the 13 districts in Hampton have 1 Judge of Elections, 1 Majority Inspector, and 1 Minority Inspector up for election. We need good, solid conservatives who will help preserve our electoral process.
You can also serve by becoming a member or our committee. Several spots are still open to round out the maximum field of 26. The committee fields local conservative candidates, promotes conservative values, and helps campaign for local offices. For those who don't have time to donate, we always welcome monetary donations to help us in our battle for our Constitutional principles.
It's going to be a long four years if we don't make a major push to preserve our Constitutional values and freedoms. Stand with us today.
As the ballots continue to be counted statewide, Representative Lori Mizgorski was successfully re-elected for Pennsylvania Legislative District #30, comprising of Hampton Township, Richland Township, Shaler Township, O'Hara Township, and Fox Chapel. She bested her challenger, Progressive Democrat Lissa Geiger-Shulman, of Hampton, by a tally of 56.1% to 43.9%
Congratulations to Representative Mizgorski!
A longtime Hampton council member, Dick Dunlap just retired from council at the end of his last term, concluding Dec. 31, 2019. He returns to council, appointed by the current council, to serve out the 1st half of the term left open by the resignation of Martha Hunkele, who had herself just been voted back onto council. Ms. Hunkele is also a long-time council member as well as HTRC committee member. Mr. Dunlap will not be running for the remaining 2 years of the term, and thus we will be seeking interested candidates for the election to a 2 year term.
Proposed by far-left, Progressive Democrat County Council members Bethany Hallam and LIv Bennett, this bill would ban the use of less-than-lethal measures by police in the breaking up of riots. The measure failed 12-3, with Bennett, Hallam, and Democratic Socialist Anita Prizio (Fox Chapel, O'Hara, West Deer, Hampton, Shaler, et al) voting in favor of the measure.
"It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men."
- Sam Adams