Leaders with deep Lebanon roots rally behind “Proven. Conservative. Results.” Campaign
EMMAUS, PA: Ryan Mackenzie, candidate for United States Congress in Pennsylvania’s 15thCongressional District, earned the endorsement of critical Republican elected officials within Lebanon County.
“Ryan, we know you have worked with our own State House members, Frank Ryan and Russ Diamond, to push for a no tax increase budget as an alternative to Governor Wolf’s request for big tax increases,” the endorsement letter of the GOP officials states.
“We also appreciate you were involved in the massive tax reform effort in Harrisburg which eliminated the inheritance tax for small, family businesses so they could continue to operate,” continued their letter of endorsement.
“We need a strong, conservative leader in Washington and we know we can count on your to be just that person,” closed their letter of endorsement. At the county-level, every GOP official endorsed Mackenzie [Link].
The Lebanon County Republican elected officials who endorsed Mackenzie include:
-Russ Diamond, State Representative
-Frank Ryan, State Representative
-Bill Ames, County Commissioner
-Bob Phillips, County Commissioner
-Dave Arnold, District Attorney
-Donna Lutz, Recorder of Deeds
-Bruce Klingler, Sheriff
-Barbara Smith, Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts
-Sallie Neuin, Treasurer
-Bob Mettley, Controller
-Brian Craig, Register of Wills.
-Sherry Capello, Mayor of Lebanon
“I am humbled by the strong showing of support from Lebanon County for our campaign,” said Ryan Mackenzie, “Lebanon voters can count on me to work hard and be their voice in Washington.”
Ryan Mackenzie is a candidate for U.S. Congress in Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District. He is a 9th generation Pennsylvanian, and is currently a state Representative serving portions of Berks and Lehigh Counties. Ryan received his undergraduate degree from New York University and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
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