Kelly Statement on Pennsylvania’s 2018 Statewide Races

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 19, 2017 Rep. Kelly Statement on 2018 PA Gubernatorial and U.S. Senate Races BUTLER, PA — U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly (R-PA) issued the following statement today regarding his decision not to enter the race for Pennsylvania governor, as well as his consideration of a potential campaign for U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania in 2018. “Over the past year I have been considering two options to possibly serve Pennsylvania in a greater statewide capacity. I feel very blessed that a great number of fr

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Trump, Cruz & Kasich should end hysterics, unite to stop Hillary

Any Republican in the field is better than another eight years of Obama-esque policies. As a Republican, this November I look forward to voting for the GOP candidate for president, whoever that may be. These days, that’s an unfortunately controversial position. Just one glance at any newspaper or TV screen clearly reveals the remaining Republican primary field in an all-out brawl. Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, and Gov. John Kasich — along with many of their supporters — seem hell-bent on tearing each other to pieces, no matter the cost to our team. ... (

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Mike Kelly Successfully Files to Seek Re-election

Butler, PA – U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (PA-03) made the following statement after successfully filing to appear on the ballot and seek another term representing Pennsylvania’s 3rd Congressional District.  The filing deadline was yesterday, February 16th: "Over six years ago, the federal government took over General Motors and attempted to take my family's dealership away.  I fought the government and won our dealership back.  That was my wake-up call.  I decided then to run for Congress because I, like many, saw a federal government that had become too big,

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Congressman Mike Kelly supports diocese’s fight against Obamacare

ERIE, PA: The Diocese of Erie gets some support in the battle against Obamacare from Congressman Mike Kelly and more than two hundred members of congress. Today was the deadline to file an Amicus brief to the US Supreme Court. This is a filing for groups who are non-litigants in a case to show they have..... (Read More) ---- Source: WJET/WFXP By Erin Tighe | etighe@wjettv.com

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House Votes 240-179 to Eliminate the ‘Death Tax’

The House passed legislation Thursday to terminate the estate tax, in a vote that saw only seven Democrats join Republicans in defiance of President Barack Obama’s threat to veto the bill. The bill to end what the GOP calls the “death tax” was part of group of several tax-related bills that Republicans called up this week, just as millions of Americans were paying their income taxes. Several bills were passed Wednesday, including proposals aimed at stopping the IRS from injecting politics into decisions about whether certain groups should get tax-exempt status. The estate tax has long be

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