State Representative David Millard endorses Lou Barletta

Millard joins growing list of state legislators rallying behind Barletta's common sense conservative campaign

Hazleton, PA - Former mayor and congressman Lou Barletta, the leading Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, today announced the formal endorsement of State Representative David Millard (R- Columbia): “I have known Lou Barletta for years and I can say without hesitation that he is the exact kind of person we need leading our Commonwealth," said State Representative David Millard. "Pennsylvania is at a crossroads - we can either continue down the path to Socialism and total government control or we can return to our founding principles of liberty and justice for all. Lou will make Pennsylvania a freedom-loving state again and will empower parents to decide what is best for their children. He’s a former small business owner who built his own company from the ground-up for $29.95 and grew it to the largest of its kind in the Commonwealth. He has the private sector experience to turn our economy around and will unleash the Great Pennsylvania Comeback. As our Congressman, Lou worked diligently to provide a presence in my district legislative offices to address federal issues impacting our constituents. Lou will protect us from Joe Biden’s disastrous policies and will be the best governor in Pennsylvania history. It is my distinct honor to endorse Lou Barletta to be Pennsylvania’s next governor!” “Governor Wolf and Josh Shapiro have led Pennsylvania to the brink of Socialism,” said Barletta. "When I'm governor, Pennsylvania will become a freedom-loving state again. We will become a state where parents are no longer treated like second-class citizens, and instead will be given the freedom to choose what is best for their children. When I'm governor, we will ban Critical Race Theory from our schools and secure our elections once and for all. I am honored to have Rep. Millard's endorsement and I look forward to working closely with him to restore common sense to the Commonwealth."


###