Tom Smith, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, today completed a statewide tour that touted what he called a record of job creation and a plan to “restore the American dream.”
Smith’s tour included six stops throughout the state: Philadelphia, Mountain Top, Pittsburgh, Meadville, Harrisburg, and ending this afternoon in Tyrone. Erie wasn’t on the schedule.
Smith said his policy initiatives are aimed at cutting wasteful spending, repealing and replacing ObamaCare, and simplifying the U.S. tax code.
Learn more about the plan here.
Partisan gridlock has crippled the federal government, he said, but added, “I believe working together, we can and will meet the challenges our country faces.”
The Republican from Armstrong County is running against U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Scranton.
– John Guerriero