WEEKLY MESSAGES TO OUR REPRESENTATIVES
TIPS IN WRITING MESSAGES
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Message for January 19-26
Message to Senator Ward:
Your support of Trump's lies and conspiracy theories of election fraud makes you complicit in insurrection at the Capitol on 1/6/21. After a free and fair election, Trump called on you and your colleagues to help him to subvert the votes of PA. With little hesitation, you complied. The recounts were done, the challenges in court have been decided and Joe Biden was certified the winner. On the eve of the attack, you and your colleagues sent a letter to Mitch McConnell to step in and yet again deny the count of our votes. When asked about it you are quoted in the NYT:
"If I would say to you, 'I don't want to do it,' she said about signing the letter, "I'd get my house bombed tonight."
You knew in your heart that Trump was dangerous, so you signed the letter. Even after the seditious letter. Even after the seditious attack, and the more horrifying details were revealed, Triblive reports that you "refused to budge from your position questioning the integrity of Nov. 3 election in Pennsylvania."
If you are basing your decisions that affect your constituents lives on fear, you need to resign. We need leaders that are not so easily intimidated by bullies. You share an oath to the Constitution to serve the people, not an extortionist. You need to be a true patriot and put out a statement declaring the election free of fraud or resign your position.
Remember to include your name and address when writing to your
Harrisburg # 717-787-6063
Greensburg # 724-600-7002
Representative George Dunbar
Harrisburg # 717-260-6132
Penn Township Office # 724-744-0305