In news sure to warm the hearts of those who constantly wonder, “Where is Allyson Schwartz? What has she done for us lately?”, Pennsylvania Democrats not only failed to agree on an official endorsement for the April Pennsylvania gubernatorial primary, they dealt a significant blow to Schwartz’s expectations for wide-spread Party support.
In a showdown in Hershey on Saturday, Schwartz finished a 2-1 underdog to Treasurer Rob McCord (154-77) after two rounds of balloting.
In fact, Schwartz barely beat out York County businessman Tom Wolf, who garnered 59 votes!
Certainly, Allyson has been distracted lately, working hard and long into the night to get her 13th Congressional District constituents plugged back into the power grid, right? I mean you have all seen and heard of her efforts, haven’t you?
Yeah, didn’t think so.
Maybe it was her vote in Washington, D.C. to cut food stamp subsidies by an average of $65/month per recipient that did her in. Heck, even Senator Bob Casey saw the light after initially supporting the bill that included farm subsidies!
Needless to say, there are a lot of Pennsylvania Democrats now on Allyson’s Naughty List. Just ask Nate Kleinman how much fun that’s gonna be!