Ryan endorsed by 11 state and national organizations [Paid Press Release]

Posted September 29, 2020

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State Rep. Frank Ryan has received the endorsement or recommendation/favorable rating of 11 state and national organizations for his election to a third term to represent the 101st Legislative District.

The organizations are the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry’s political action committee; members of the Fraternal Order of Police, Lebanon Lodge #42; FARMER, the political action committee of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau; Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania PAC; Pennsylvania State Nursing Association PAC; Firearm Owners Against Crime PAC; National Federation of Independent Business PAC; National Rifle Association’s political action committee; Associated Builders and Contractors-Pennsylvania PAC; and the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation’s political action committee.

The Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania and the National Rifle Association’s political action committee gave Rep. Ryan ratings of A+ and A, respectively. Ryan also received award for Conservative Achievement rating from the American Conservative Union Foundation

“The support of these highly regarded organizations validates the work I’ve done since first being elected in 2016 to restore fiscal integrity and transparency to state government,” said Rep. Ryan. “While we have made progress, much remains to be done as we lead Pennsylvania through its recovery from the COVID-19 crisis and the Wolf administration’s draconian and unconstitutional shutdown that damaged so thousands of businesses.

“Along with the reelection of President Donald Trump, nothing is more important to Pennsylvania’s future than advancing the legislature’s Republican majority to hold in check the Democrats’ impulse for reckless spending and overbearing governance,” said Ryan, a retired Marine colonel and certified public accountant.

The 101st 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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