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Thank you for visiting the official online home of the Lebanon County Republican Committee.

Tuesday was one of the greatest Election Days for the Lebanon County Republican Party in history. Thank you so much to everyone who worked incredibly hard to make our many historic victories a reality. I would like to offer a brief recap, apologies to anyone I may have overlooked.

Lebanon County voters ran up huge 8,000+ vote leads for our GOP Superior Court candidates which ultimately went a long way in securing Megan McCarthy-King a 30,000 vote victory statewide.

On a county level, Commissioner Bob Phillips was once again the top vote getter, as he has been in all three of his campaigns. Commissioner Bill Ames was also re-elected to a third and final term. It should be noted that despite a contentious primary which some wrongly claimed had damaged the Republican Party in Lebanon County, Our Republican Commissioners received nearly 7,000 more combined votes than they did when they last ran four years ago.

Recorder of Deeds candidate Dawn Blauch defeated her Democrat opponent by more than a 2-1 margin. Coroner Jeffrey Yocum, Controller Bob Mettley, Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts Barb Smith and Treasurer Sallie Neuin we all re-elected unopposed.

Amazingly, Lebanon County Republicans’ greatest victories may well have come at the local level, beginning with Lebanon City Council. Chris Miller, Richard Wertz and Andrew Zidik swept the race for the GOP, assuring all five members of Lebanon City Council will be from the Republican Party for the first time in over thirty years. They will join Mayor Sherry Capello who holds the distinction of running the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with a Republican Mayor.

In Palmyra, our party backed four solid conservative candidates for school board who defeated a tax and spend slate supported by liberals and the teachers union. Ardy Snook was successful in his bid for N. Lebanon Twp. Supervisor over a Republican turned Democrat incumbent. While rising GOP Star, Bill Bering Jr. accomplished the same feat in Swatara Twp.

The Lebanon County Republican Committee contributed over $30,000 to these successful campaigns. Thank you to our many volunteers who also knocked on thousands of doors over the previous months. Clearly the Lebanon County Republican Committee is stronger than ever and I am so proud to be leading this great organization.

Now is not the time to rest on our many laurels and incredible accomplishments, however. Our campaign to restore leadership with honor to the 48th Senatorial District begins today and we could not have a better candidate than District Attorney Dave Arnold to lead it.

Thank you again for everything you do for the Republican party. Now let’s get back to work.

Onward,

Casey Long
LCRC Chairman

Lebanon County Republican Committee

21 South 9th Street
Lebanon PA 17042-5104

Phone: 717-272-1758
Fax: 717-273-6971

Email:

lebanongop@comcast.net

Lebanon County Republican Committee