Nobody is talking about this…
But the next big election is coming in less than 7 weeks.
President Trump flew Air Force One to this district just outside Pittsburgh last week. And Vice President Pence is flying in next week. March’s special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District is the first big election test in the Rust Belt since Trump won Pennsylvania in 2016.
What happens here will set the stage for the critical midterm elections coming this November — especially in states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin — all states where Democratic Senators are seeking re-election.
GET THIS: We just got word that liberal canvassers are now going door-to-door telling voters to “vote for the Catholic” in the race. They’re hoping to fool Catholics in this conservative Rust Belt district into voting for pro-abortion “Catholic” Conor Lamb, who said “choice is the law of the land.”
The alternative: dedicated pro-life Christian Rick Saccone.
Rick has been one of the strongest and most consistent pro-life voices in the Pennsylvania state legislature. He’s also been a tireless champion of religious liberty, fighting the radical left’s attempts to sanitize all religious expression in public life.
And CV recently endorsed Saccone!
We have new radio ads set to begin airing this week and a TV ad in production.
Election experts are watching this race very closely. The district sits on the border of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. So Democrats are hoping to steal a victory in this critical Rust Belt District by turning working class voters that propelled Trump to victory against him.
Western Pennsylvania (think Pittsburgh Steelers) is Catholic territory. There are over 300,000 Catholic voters in this district alone. And the politicians know the Catholic vote will be the decisive factor.
Make no mistake: Rick Saccone not only will vote for our favorite policies, he will be a leader in Congress on the issues of life and religious liberty. Rick Saccone wrote a book on religious liberty!
But left-wing activists and hard-core liberal voters are engaged and energized. Encouraged by victories in Virginia and Alabama, left-wing activists are predicting a “wave” this November.
The “wave” is not inevitable.
Not if we do our part.
Now is not the time for complacency.
We need Rick Saccone in Congress.