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Rich Sterner Challenges Doug Mastriano in Local State Senate Race [Episode 38]

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Adams County is hosting contested races for U.S. Congressional Representative in the 13th district between Republican incumbent Dr. John Joyce and Democratic candidate Todd Rowley, as well as between incumbent state senator Doug Mastriano and his challenger Rich Sterner in the 33rd district.

In this episode I talk with Sterner about this campaign, his platform, his hopes for a positive impact on the county, and the ways his political outlook and approach differs from that of his opponent.

In comparison to the bluster of many politicians, Sterner is a thoughtful, soft-spoken, and empathic politician who is determined to help us improve our own lives.

Sterner paints an encouraging picture of the state of the county and proposes a number of paths to improve our schools.

Contact Sterner:

website: https://sternerforpa.com/

email: [email protected]

email on website: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sterner2020/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JohnOli32491851

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sterner_for_pennsylvania/

ActBlue: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/sterner33

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Musical Introduction by Daddy Long Legs.

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