HARRISBURG, PA - PMA PAC, the affiliated political action committee of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association (PMA), has endorsed businessman Jack London (R-Chester) for election in the 19th Senatorial District.
A hard-charging candidate who is running to bring accountability and strong pro-growth leadership to Harrisburg, Jack London’s dynamic campaign is making waves as he connects with voters and advances toward victory in November.
Far exceeding previous GOP challengers, London received more votes on the Republican ticket than incumbent Sen. Andrew Dinniman did on the Democrat line in the 2016 primary election, as both candidates ran unopposed for their respective party nominations.
“As a successful business owner, Jack understands the importance of economic competitiveness and how decisions by state government can help or hurt Pennsylvania’s ability to win business investment, jobs, and economic growth,” said PMA President David N. Taylor. "As exemplified by his earlier careers as a professional athlete and police officer, Jack has an intense personal drive and commitment to getting things done that will serve him well in the Senate. The people of Chester County can be certain that Jack London will be their champion, rather than a time-server or excuse-maker.”
London is on the record opposing Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed tax increases and spending hikes and is holding Dinniman to account for voting to defund state government on multiple occasions during the second half of 2015
"Jack is making his case to the people of Chester County to give them a choice for positive change," Taylor said. "As a businessman who doesn’t need the job, Jack London is well-suited to focus on the public priorities of limited government, reform, and strong private-sector led economic growth. We look forward to welcoming Jack to Harrisburg as Chester County’s new state Senator."