Friday, November 08, 2013

Corbett to Kick Off Re-Election Bid at B. Braun Today

Governor Tom Corbett will be at B. Braun today for his Lehigh Valley re-election kickoff in the Lehigh Valley. Doors will open at 2:00 PM, and the event will start "promptly" at 2:30 PM. It's the new B Braun address at 901 Macron Blvd
Allentown, PA 18109.

You can get tickets here.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm voting for anyone other than Corbett...

Anonymous said...

F Corbett!!

Anonymous said...

Corbett needs to go, funny how he chooses a wholy owned German Company to kick off his campaign. What about air products or lehigh heavy forge gov? You need to go away and retire.

Bernie O'Hare said...

What are you, an isolationist? Do you have any idea at all how good Braun has been for the LV? Criticize Corbett, but knocking Braun is just stupid.

Anonymous said...

Well BO I think you put these three commenters about in their place. Emotional and hateful is how they sound. I for one will be there today.....this governor keeps his word.

Anonymous said...

Where should we start trying to privatize the lottery. The most efficient lottery in the US that returns millions to seniors and wants to sell it to a company from England with a po box in Delaware. Privatize the wine and spirits stores which generates 500 million dollars back to the PA tax payer. Cut funding to senoirs and education. Gives tax breaks to rich friends. Screwed up Penn State University when he was the AG by doing nothing. This guy is a joke and does not deserve another term. One term tommy see you later.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see the anal opening get a beat down at election time.

Anonymous said...

I see a lot of vitriol direct at Governor Corbett.
I’m trying to figure out why.
What exactly are the issues that people are upset with about.
Is it trying to privatize the lottery and the liquor stores or is it the oil and gas issues?
Or is it a D vs. R thing or something else.

I really would like to know.
Thanks

L

Anonymous said...

They only want to keep in place what they prefer. Well I for one wanted the liquor stores privatized. The sale would have brought a lot of money much of which would have gone to education. I did not prefer that but I would live with it. People have different ideas and when they are elected they get to act on them. He is a good governor and not a spender like some. Republican governors have been doing the best job for their states. Is everyone happy? No but it is always that way.

Anonymous said...

12:17 the money for education was taken out of the senate bill. It would be a one tine sum that number keeps going down. 500 million every year and if they could modernize the stores it would add up to 250 million dollars more a year. Privatization is not the answer.