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Constituents of Col. Frank Ryan, USMCR (Ret.) will have opportunities to sign his ballot petition over the next several weeks, according to the campaign for his election to a third term as representative in the 101st Legislative District.

“Your signing my petition to be on the ballot for the Republican nomination in the 101st District is an important first step in being reelected to a third term. I will very grateful for your support and for your vote in the April 28th primary election,” said Rep. Ryan.

“We have made significant progress in addressing Pennsylvania’s financial crisis in the past three years. However, much remains to be done to restore fiscal integrity to state government,” said Ryan, who is beginning the last year of his second term.

Ryan, a Republican who was first elected to the state House in November 2016, said his objectives continued be: elimination of school property taxes, passage of balanced budgets based on realistic spending and revenue projections, reduction of unfunded pension obligations, conversion of all new state employees to a defined contribution plan much as private industry has and the avoidance of any new taxes.

Please join Frank to discuss accomplishments of his first two terms and his third-term priorities at one of the upcoming petition-signing events listed below.

Date: Tuesday, January 28
Time: 5 PM to 8 PM
Location:
Quentin Haus
Rt. 72 & Rt. 419
Quentin, PA

Date: Saturday, February 1
Time: 9:30 AM to Noon
Location:
Hebron Bingo Hall
544 East Cumberland St.
Lebanon, PA

Date: Monday, February 10
Time: 5 PM to 8 PM
Location:
The Celebration Room
Rothermel-Finkenbinder Funeral Home & Crematory
25 W. Pine St.
Palmyra, PA

Date: Saturday, February 15
Time: 9:30 AM to Noon
Location:
Hebron Bingo Hall
544 East Cumberland St.
Lebanon, PA

The district includes the city of Lebanon; the boroughs of Cornwall, Mount Gretna and Palmyra; and the townships of North Cornwall, West Cornwall, North Londonderry, South Londonderry and South Annville.

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