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ICYMI: Bob Casey Kicks Off “On Our Side Road Trip” in Lancaster with Get Out the Vote Push Ahead of Primary Election

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WGAL: “When Voters Step Up to the Ballot, Casey Says He Hopes They’ll Remember His Commitment to Supporting the Right of Workers to Form a Union, Supporting Someone’s Right to an Abortion, and Supporting Middle-Class Tax Cuts”

Keystone Newsroom: Maintaining the Pressure on Price Gouging and Corporate Greed Was on of U.S. Sen. Bob Casey’s Main Themes at a Campaign Event in the City of Lancaster” 

PENNSYLVANIA – This weekend, Senator Bob Casey kicked off the On Our Side Road Trip in Lancaster, where he rallied Lancaster County voters and leaders to get out the vote ahead of the primary election. Over the coming days, Senator Casey will continue his swing across the Commonwealth focused on his record of delivering for working families.


Read More from Sen. Casey’s First Stop of the On Our Side Road Trip: 

WGAL: Sen. Bob Casey Jr. visits Lancaster ahead of the Pennsylvania Primary

  • Sunday, Sen. Bob Casey Jr. paid a visit to Lancaster County to host a meet and greet with voters and discuss key issues ahead of Tuesday.
  • With less than 48 hours until Pennsylvania’s primary, Casey, the incumbent, is confident in his campaign and his chance of beating McCormick in November
  • When voters step up to the ballot, Casey says he hopes they’ll remember his commitment to supporting the right of workers to form a union, supporting someone’s right to an abortion, and supporting middle-class tax cuts.
  • “I don’t care what party you’re in, you’re concerned about lower costs. So, I hope Republicans, Democrats and Independents will hear my message about getting costs down,” Casey said.

Fox 43: Senator Bob Casey helps get out the vote ahead of the primary election

  • Reporter: Pennsylvania US Senator Bob Casey made a stop in Lancaster over the weekend. The visit comes on his “On Our Side Road Trip” where he’s making more than 20 stops across the Commonwealth ahead of November. […] The Senator emphasized the importance of getting out and voting not only in November, but in the primary tomorrow.
  • Senator Casey: Knocking on doors, engaging with voters, making phone calls, doing everything you can to get the vote out, because it’s going to be critical. I know Tuesday is a primary, but in a sense it’s really a kickoff to the big election which is in November.

ABC 27: Senator Bob Casey stops in Lancaster County ahead of election

  • Senator Bob Casey will be the only Democrat on Tuesday’s ballot but that didn’t stop him from stumping in Lancaster County. It’s part of his weeklong road trip across the state as he seeks a fourth term.
  • Casey discussed everything from abortion to Medicare and corporate greed and argued that this year’s election is a defining moment for Americans.
  • “I don’t think I have to explain to anyone what’s on the line in this race, whether it’s my race or the presidential race,” Casey said. “So much is at stake for our country — think about the battles we’re having for just basic rights. The right to vote and democracy is on the line in this race.”

Keystone Newsroom: Bob Casey: Past time to reign in corporations ‘jacking up their prices’

  • Maintaining the pressure on price gouging and corporate greed was one US Sen. Bob Casey’s (D-Pennsylvania) main themes at a campaign event in the city of Lancaster on Sunday. 
  • Casey kicked off his campaign’s road trip across the commonwealth by attending a canvass launch ahead of Tuesday’s primary election at the Lancaster County Democratic Party’s headquarters. 
  • “In terms of where we are versus four years ago, I think we’re in much better shape now in terms of the economy being strong, unemployment being low,” Casey said when asked if the country is in a better position now as compared to four years ago. “The pandemic is behind us because of votes that I cast to lift up families and to support schools to be reopened.”
  • Greedflation and shrinkflation have become two main issues in Casey’s bid for reelection.