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Cumberland county's East Pennsboro Democratic Club backs Jack Wagner

April 26, 2010, the East Pennsboro Democratic Club announced its endorsement of Auditor General Jack Wagner for Governor. The club is a Democratic organization in Cumberland county with a solid record of helping to elect many Democrats to public office. East Pennsboro is the second largest township in Cumberland county with approximately 20,000 residents.

"The East Pennsboro Democratic Club is honored to endorse jack Wagner for Governor," said Matt Franchak, President of the club. "What I like the most about Jack is that he has always taken an interest in how local and state government entities can work together to maximize Pennsylvania's potential. He has a proven record of reform, and he has good ideas for future growth from HOPE scholarships for Pennsylvanians to investments in alternative energy. This is what the Commonwealth needs to get back on track. No one has better experience to make these reforms a reality."

"I am honored to have the support of the East Pennsboro Democratic Club," said Wagner.  "The members of the club have demonstrated successful leadership and proven performance while serving in public office. I look forward to working with local leaders in Cumberland county and across the state if I am fortunate to be elected Governor."

More information about Jack Wagner's campaign for Governor can be found at 




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