MontCo FOP Lodge #37
Bob earned the support of Montgomery County Police officers, in part for his work to impose sentences for assault when committed against a family or household member that is knowingly witnessed by a minor who is also a family or household member of the defendant or the victim.
Pennsylvania State Troopers Association
Bob earned the support of the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, in part for his work to increase the penalty for threatening law enforcement officers, sheriffs or members of their family.
Farmers Allied for Responsive More Effective Representation
Bob earned the support of F.A.R.M.E.R.’s for his work to protect open space and stop tax hikes on family farms.
PA Chamber PAC
Bob earned the endorsement of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, in part for his work to attract businesses to Pennsylvania by passing 21st Century Manufacturing Innovation and Reinvestment Deduction Act. The law sparks growth and attracts new businesses by allowing manufacturers making capital investments in excess of $100 million to claim a deduction against their taxable income.
Associated Builders and Contractors
Bob earned the endorsement of Associated Builders and Contractors in part for his commitment to free enterprise and voting on legislation to keep our economy moving in the right direction.
Bob earned the endorsement of Humane PA, in part because his own home is a certified Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation, which is home to deer, red fox, ground hogs, moles squirrels and plenty of birds.
Bob earned the support of the National Federation of Independent Business, in part for his work to fight against massive tax hike to both the Personal Income Tax and Sales Tax.
Bob earned the endorsement of the Pennsylvania Prolife Federation for his work to protect life.
Bob earned an “A Rating” from the National Rifle Association, in part for his consistent pro-2nd Amendment voting record.
Bob earned the endorsement of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chambers of Commerce, in part for his YES vote on SB 1, the pension reform bill signed into law last year, that save more than $5 billion and shields taxpayers from $20 billion or more in additional liabilities if state investments fail to meet projections.