Via Lancaster Newspaper
A political-action committee started by party insiders with ties to Newt Gingrich and Ben Carson has put up its first pro-Donald Trump billboard in Lancaster County. It's along Route 272 in Akron.
Amish PAC, whose mission is to get Plain voters to the polls to vote for the billionaire real-estate developer in November, will also be placing pro-Trump ads in local newspapers in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The question is, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? And the Amish Political Action Committee has made their choice with a new billboard.
The Amish PAC has come out in support of Trump, the Republican nominee for president. The billboard -- which reads "Hard Working, Pro-Life, Family Dedicated... Just Like You" -- has been installed around Lancaster.
Via The Reading Eagle
Pennsylvania could help decide whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton moves into the White House.
And a handful of Trump allies tied to Ben Carson and Newt Gingrich are hoping to tip the scales in the swing states by persuading members of the Plain community to go to the voting booth on Election Day.
The leaders of this new effort are raising money through a political action committee, Amish PAC, to help spread the word.
A Super PAC with ties to Donald Trump has launched a print ad campaign targeting Amish voters in places like Pennsylvania, where the mobilization of conservative balloters could make a difference in a close race come November.
The ad, featuring a large photo of Trump in his office, emphasizes Trump's lack of political experience as an asset, his work ethic, his success as a businessman — a fact likely to resonate with the Amish, many of whom own and operate their own — and his family ties and his willingness to appoint a conservative supreme court justice able to defend pro-life principles.
Via The Lancaster Newspaper
The uphill battle to get the Plain community to vote for Donald Trump has been kicked off by a group of Republicans who believe the small group of potential voters is critical for the billionaire's election victory.
Amish PAC, a political-action committee started by party insiders with ties to Newt Gingrich and Ben Carson, has launched pro-Trump advertisements in two Plain community newspapers.
Via Central Penn Business Journal
It's go time for the Amish PAC.
With the presidential contest tightening in several swings states, including Pennsylvania, the Virginia-based political-action committee has launched its first advertisements intended to encourage Amish voters to hit the polls in November in support of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Via CBS Philly
PENNSYLVANIA (CBS) — A conservative political action committee rolled out a new ad campaign designed to get more votes for Donald Trump and they’re targeting a special segment of voters in Pennsylvania.
The new advertisements read — “Did You Know” and lists a series of facts about presumptive nominee Donald Trump like– he’s doesn’t drink, has a strong work ethic, has a family run business — and if elected would appoint pro-life justices to the US Supreme Court.