(HARRISBURG) – To highlight the importance of voters knowing “what a YES vote means” for the May 18 ballot questions, a group of senators Tuesday discussed the need to protect lives and livelihoods while restoring critical checks and balances in Harrisburg.
PA Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-34) and Majority Leader Kim Ward (R-39) were joined by their Caucus to encourage Pennsylvanians to learn about the three proposed Constitutional amendments up for consideration during the primary election and how a YES at the ballot box means voters favor:
- Protecting the education of our children;
- Supporting small employers in our local communities;
- Prohibiting discrimination; and
- Providing funding for fire companies.
Who: PA Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-34), Majority Leader Kim Ward (R-39) were joined by their Caucus
What: News conference to highlight the importance of voters knowing what a YES votes means for the May 18 Constitutional amendment ballot questions.
When: 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Where: PA Capitol on the Balcony outside of the Lieutenant Governor’s Office
Streaming: PA Senate GOP webpage and on Facebook at @PASenateGOP
Jason Thompson (Corman)
Erica Clayton Wright (Ward)