Candidates for Statewide offices continue to criss cross the Commonwealth in an attempt to drum up support for their campaigns.
Crispin Havener spoke with a couple candidates who were in Cambria County Today.
It’s the final mile in the run-up to Primary Election day here in Pennsylvania…
State Senate Leader Jake Corman talking about his run for Governor at JWF Industries in Johnstown.
“When this governor’s race is over, we want someone to be able to jump right in and get things done for the people of Pennsylvania. I’ve had 20 years’ experience solving big issues.”
Corman is running behind in the Republican Governor Primary with recent polling showing State Rep. Doug Mastriano leading by double digits in the race to face off against the lone Democrat nominee, Attorney General Josh Shapiro to replace Tom Wolf.
Jeff coleman visiting cambria county’s republican headquarters as he campaigns for the Lt. Governor’s race, promising to help lower the temperature.
“I want them to be hopeful. There is still a chance to change politics in a way that lifts people up and not tear them down.”
He’s one of nine Republicans and three democrats seeking those two seats…to replace Lt. Gov John Fetterman…who is running well ahead in polling in the Democrat’s U.S. Senate Primary against three other opponents
While the Republican Senate race is more closely contested, with Dr. Mehemet Oz, Dave McCormick, and Kathy Barnette pacing the field in polling among the 7 candidates on the ballot to replace the retiring Pat Toomey.
With a host of other primary races for State Senate and House seats as well as in congress also playing out, a lot of eyes will be focused on who will prevail and how it will shape the race in November.