Dave McCormick

U.S. Senate

A trusted, thoughtful leader, Dave will fight for all Pennsylvanians.

Dave McCormick has a battle plan for America’s renewal — and he’s ready to bring it and his leadership to the United States Senate on behalf of Pennsylvania.

Dave is a 7th generation Pennsylvanian. He’s a West Point graduate, combat veteran and Bronze star recipient. He’s a Pennsylvania job creator and a business leader. He’s a national security expert and a strong and experienced voice for how to overcome the threat from China. And, most important, he is a devoted husband and father of six bright young women for whom he wants to preserve the American dream.

Dave was born in Washington, Pennsylvania, and raised in Bloomsburg. The son of two lifelong teachers and prominent educators and the oldest of two boys, Dave was raised to understand the value of hard work. Growing up, Dave played football and wrestled, trimmed Christmas trees, delivered newspapers, and bused tables at the Magee Hotel.

Dave was nominated to the United States Military Academy by a Pennsylvania Senator, and became the first kid from Bloomsburg to attend West Point in decades. After graduating, Dave went on to serve in the 82nd Airborne Division as a paratrooper. He was deployed to the Middle East during the First Gulf War and received the Bronze Star for his service in Iraq before retiring as a Captain.

After the Army, Dave earned his Ph.D. in international relations from Princeton University before moving to Pittsburgh to start a career in business. He worked his way up to become the CEO of FreeMarkets, a successful tech startup that employed hundreds in Western Pennsylvania.

In 2005, Dave was called to service again, this time in the highest levels of government, including as Under Secretary of Treasury and as Deputy National Security Advisor. For four years, Dave spearheaded the fight to protect American technology from Chinese theft, advised the President on key national security issues, and helped negotiate the global response to the 2008 financial crisis.

Following the administration, Dave joined Bridgewater Associates, one of the largest, most successful investment firms in the world. He served as CEO until he resigned to run for Senate in Pennsylvania in 2022.

Dave and Dina are proud to support organizations that work with veterans and their families.

Dave is committed to using his unique leadership experiences over the last four decades to deliver results for the Keystone State. He isn’t afraid to stand up to both parties to do what’s right, and he’ll do whatever it takes to fix our broken economy and restore the American Dream for all Pennsylvanians and future generations.

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Dan Meuser

9th Congressional District of Pennsylvania

Dan Meuser is a conservative business leader who brings his experience as a proven job creator to Congress.

The son of a police officer and a wonderful mom who balanced family and work, Dan grew up in a middle-class family and attended the New York Maritime University as well as Cornell University on a Navy ROTC scholarship.

Dan joined Pride Mobility Products in 1988, a small healthcare products manufacturer that he helped grow into the worldwide industry leader in power mobility products. Dan served as President of Pride USA for seven years.

In 2011, Governor Tom Corbett nominated Dan to serve as Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Revenue. There, he worked to transform the Department of
Revenue from a traditional tax collection agency into a taxpayer advocacy organization.

Dan’s leadership of the Department was recognized by the Council on State Taxation for the most dramatic improvement of any department of revenue in the country, going from a D rating to an A- during his tenure.

In 2019, Dan Meuser was sworn in as a member of the 116th Congress representing Pennsylvania’s 9th Congressional District. Congressman Meuser currently serves on the House Financial Services and Small Business Committees. He also currently serves as the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax, and Capital Access for the Small Business Committee. Congressman Meuser is also a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus, the Republican Study Committee, the Border Security Caucus, the Congressional Coal Caucus.

Under Dan’s leadership, his Congressional office staff is focused on legislation that benefits Pennsylvania, best-in-class constituent services, and a high level of interactive communication with the 9th District.

Dan and his wife of 30 years, Shelley, have two daughters and a son, and live in Luzerne County, PA.

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Russ Diamond

102nd Legislative District

Rep. Russ Diamond represents the 102nd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. The area he serves is entirely within Lebanon County and includes the boroughs of Cleona, Jonestown, Myerstown, Palmyra and Richland, as well as the townships of Annville, Bethel, Heidelberg, Jackson, Millcreek, Swatara, Union, East Hanover, North Annville, and North Londonderry.

Russ was born in Hershey and grew up in Lebanon County, graduating from North Lebanon High School and Lebanon County Vo-Tech in 1981. He entered the workforce as a production laborer at O’Sullivan Corporation in Lebanon, and seven years later, he pursued his dream of becoming a professional musician.

In 1992, he took his passion for music and opened a small recording studio. The business subsequently gained regional acclaim and was transformed into the nationally known CD and manufacturing and duplicating service known as Raintree Multimedia. He continues to own and operate the Annville-based firm today.

Prior to assuming office, Russ was a well-known and highly effective government reform advocate. He was named one of three Citizens of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer for his work in 2006. Later that same year, Russ received the Public Service Achievement Award from Common Cause of Pennsylvania and was named Communicator of the Year by the Harrisburg chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.

Diamond continues his efforts now in the General Assembly to increase transparency and root out waste, fraud and abuse in government.

A small business owner, Russ knows firsthand the struggle that entrepreneurs face when trying to grow and expand. That’s why he continues to fight to ease the tax burden on Pennsylvanians and remove unnecessary regulations that stand in the way of job creation. Putting people back to work is one of his top legislative goals.

Pennsylvania’s outdated system of property taxation unduly burdens seniors, making it impossible for many to afford to keep their homes. Russ is fighting to eliminate property taxes, a move that would increase access to home ownership and spark economic growth.

Diamond also supports overhauling the Commonwealth’s two statewide pension systems to reduce the state’s debt burden and keep Pennsylvania solvent for our children’s future.

In the 2023-24 Legislative Session, Russ has been appointed Republican Chair of the Gaming Oversight Committee.

In his spare time, Russ Diamond is an author and private pilot. He currently lives in Annville in a home built by his great-grandparents.

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Tom Jones

98th Legislative District

Tom Jones brings decades of experience as a successful small business owner and valuable insights gained as a local government official to his tenure as state representative. Tom was elected to represent the people of the 98th Legislative District, serving much of northwestern Lancaster County and three municipalities in Lebanon County.

For the 2023-24 legislative session, Tom has been assigned to serve on four House committees: Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Housing & Community Development, Local Government, and Tourism & Economic & Recreational Development.

Tom has five main emphasis areas as a legislator:

– Upholding the sanctity of life.
– Protecting Second Amendment rights.
– Improving election integrity so Pennsylvania voters have trust in our election process.
– Helping parents have a stronger influence in decisions surrounding their children’s education and giving parents access to curriculum details in our public schools.
– Fighting to keep government spending in check so that taxpayers can keep more of their hard-earned money.

Underscoring all these areas is Tom’s primary goal: to truly serve as a voice for those he was elected to represent.

Tom has long been devoted in serving his community. Most recently, he served as chairman of the East Donegal Township Board of Supervisors, ensuring that essential government services were provided with excellence, while never voting to raise taxes. Tom also served as a Police Commissioner for the Susquehanna Regional Police Department and as a director of the Maytown/East Donegal Township Fire Department. Finally, he worked to preserve the area’s beautiful farmland as a member of the Lancaster County Planning Commission.

Tom is a man of strong faith. He serves as an elder at Community Bible Church in Marietta.

Tom and his wife, Rochelle, have four children. The Jones family lives in Maytown.

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John Schlegel

101st Legislative District

In November of 2022, John Schlegel was elected to serve the citizens of Lebanon County’s 101st Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Schlegel has served as high school teacher, coach, school administrator and active community volunteer in Lebanon County. He holds a bachelor’s degree in social studies from Kutztown University, a master’s degree in education counseling from Millersville University and a doctorate in education administration from Temple University.

Now retired, Schlegel taught American history and coached in Northern Lebanon School District. He served as assistant principal at Steelton-Highspire Junior/Senior High School, principal at Palmyra High School and Swatara Junior High School, and as the director of secondary education at Cornwall Lebanon School District.

As state representative, Schlegel will focus on controlling state spending, ensuring election integrity and providing a quality education system for Pennsylvania school children. He will also work to protect long-term care and at-home services for senior citizens, as well as our constitutional rights to free speech and bear arms. He will work collaboratively with his House colleagues for the betterment of his constituents and all Pennsylvanians.

Closer to home, he plans to continue his involvement with several community groups, including the American Heart Association of Lebanon County, Lebanon County Christian Ministries and Zion of Iona United Methodist Church Council of Lebanon County.

He and his wife, Ruth Ann, live in Cornwall Borough. They have two adult sons and five grandchildren.

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Steven Michael Wolfe

Candidate for Delegate to the Republican National Convention. 

35 years old
Lifelong resident of Lebanon County
Former PA Army National Guard Soldier 2006-2012
Former US Army Reserve Soldier 2014-2015
Former Member 4H and FFA Clubs
Cedar Crest High School Class of 2007 Graduate
Lebanon County Young Republicans Vice Chair
Lebanon County GOP Voter Registration Chair
Constitutional Conservative
Ultra-MAGA Trump Supporter