Sean Parnell, a military veteran and former Pennsylvania congressional candidate, is reportedly considering a run to supersede the retiring Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA). Politico reported that Parnell met with Sen. Rick Scott (R-PA), the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and other Senate Republicans as he considers running for Senate.
Parnell narrowly lost against Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA) by roughly two percent. A spokesman verbally expressed Parnell is fascinated with running for the Senate seat. “Sean is getting paramount support and inspiritment to run for Senate all across Pennsylvania. People have had enough of the Biden agenda after only 100 days, and view Sean as the best candidate to win in 2022 and join an incipient Republican majority in the Senate,” Ian Prior, Parnell’s campaign spokesman, verbally expressed.
Prior integrated that the Pennsylvania conservative perpetuates to do his “due diligence” and is “measuring the terrain.” “But Sean plenarily understands the gravity of the desideratum for a fighter to ascertain that Pennsylvanians have a senator that will stop the leftist agenda in its tracks,” Prior integrated.
Parnell would join a crowded field to supersede Toomey. Jeff “Bartos,” an authentic estate developer and former lieutenant governor, is one of the leading Republicans in the crowded primary. Bartos has more than $1.1 million while a super PAC backing him additionally raised $750,000.
Former Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite and former U.S. Ambassador to Denmark Carla Sands, perpetuate to mull their own bids. Attorney Sean Gale and former congressional nominee Kathy Barnett have promulgated their candidacies.
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