John Yudichak (PSU '93) for Governor

B_Levinson

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Can we get John Yudichak to run for Governor as a write-in or 3rd party?

Josh Shapiro built his career by pressing to convict Graham Spanier of a crime while lying on his Twitter page about McQueary telling Spanier he had seen Sandusky abuse a child (McQueary testified under oath that he did not actually see a crime he believed reportable to police).

Doug Mastriano, however, has some rather extreme positions and many Republicans are turning against him in favor of (spit!) Shapiro. Mastriano apparently blocked me from his Facebook page when I expressed some concerns about his positions while making it clear I was not going to vote for Shapiro but might vote for a write-in if these problems are not resolved. The only reason I posted to his Facebook page where others could see this is because his useless web site has no contact information.

I doubt most Pennsylvanians want Shapiro, and Penn Staters especially don't want him, but I don't think we need Mastriano either. John Yudichak not only stood by Penn State when the Trustees were pursuing personal agendas, he is also a centrist D (or former D) which means he is for the working Pennsylvanian. The fact that only the hardcore Democrat Left wants Shapiro, and the hardcore Republican Right wants Mastriano (the Republican Party did not even get in his corner during the primary) means a plurality could easily vote for Yudichak in November.
 
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Sullivan

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Can we get John Yudichak to run for Governor as a write-in or 3rd party?

Josh Shapiro built his career by pressing to convict Graham Spanier of a crime while lying on his Twitter page about McQueary telling Spanier he had seen Sandusky abuse a child (McQueary testified under oath that he did not actually see a crime he believed reportable to police).

Doug Mastriano, however, has some rather extreme positions and many Republicans are turning against him in favor of (spit!) Shapiro. Mastriano apparently blocked me from his Facebook page when I expressed some concerns about his positions while making it clear I was not going to vote for Shapiro but might vote for a write-in if these problems are not resolved. The only reason I posted to his Facebook page where others could see this is because his useless web site has no contact information.

I doubt most Pennsylvanians want Shapiro, and Penn Staters especially don't want him, but I don't think we need Mastriano either. John Yudichak not only stood by Penn State when the Trustees were pursuing personal agendas, he is also a centrist D (or former D) which means he is for the working Pennsylvanian. The fact that only the hardcore Democrat Left wants Shapiro, and the hardcore Republican Right wants Mastriano (the Republican Party did not even get in his corner during the primary) means a plurality could easily vote for Yudichak in November.

Shapiro is an extremist. Follow him on Twitter and see for yourself.
 

WHCANole

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Can we get John Yudichak to run for Governor as a write-in or 3rd party?

Josh Shapiro built his career by pressing to convict Graham Spanier of a crime while lying on his Twitter page about McQueary telling Spanier he had seen Sandusky abuse a child (McQueary testified under oath that he did not actually see a crime he believed reportable to police).
But what MM saw was criminal and CSS knew it. They covered it up and paid rightfully for it.
Doug Mastriano, however, has some rather extreme positions and many Republicans are turning against him in favor of (spit!) Shapiro. Mastriano apparently blocked me from his Facebook page when I expressed some concerns about his positions while making it clear I was not going to vote for Shapiro but might vote for a write-in if these problems are not resolved. The only reason I posted to his Facebook page where others could see this is because his useless web site has no contact information.

I doubt most Pennsylvanians want Shapiro, and Penn Staters especially don't want him, but I don't think we need Mastriano either. John Yudichak not only stood by Penn State when the Trustees were pursuing personal agendas, he is also a centrist D (or former D) which means he is for the working Pennsylvanian. The fact that only the hardcore Democrat Left wants Shapiro, and the hardcore Republican Right wants Mastriano (the Republican Party did not even get in his corner during the primary) means a plurality could easily vote for Yudichak in November.