"Let there be no doubt - I AM a fighter. But instead of fighting for special interests or self-interests, I will be standing up for Lebanon families, seniors, veterans, children, and YOU the taxpayer.
That's why the first thing I did as a candidate was to sign a pledge declining a pension and cost of living allowances. I will fight to be part of the solution, not the problem. From focusing on the elimination of property taxes, to tackling the crippling debt we have handed off to our children, to enacting critical pension reform, I will always strive to do what's right for you. Let's fight this good fight together!"
Wanda will be addressing the Tri-County Campaign For Liberty group during their October 8th meeting. That meeting takes place at the Bethel Fire Company, 9675 Old 22, Bethel PA with the meeting beginning at 7:00.
Wanda will be holding three events that will give you an opportunity to hear from Wanda on the Issues that she supports.
October 11: Pancake Breakfast/Q&A session
The Pancake breakfast will be served from 8:00 until 9:00 with a one hour Q&A session to follow. Cost for the breakfast will be $10.00
October 18: Pot Pie Dinner/Q&A session
The Second event includes a Pot Pie Dinner served from 11:00 to 12:00 with another Q&A session to follow. Cost for this dinner is also $10.00
November 1: Spaghetti Dinner/Q&A Session
This event will include a Spaghetti Dinner from 11:00 to 12:00 with one more hour long Q&A to follow. Cost for this dinner is $10.00
All three of these events will include guests related to the issues who will also be available to take questions on those issues. These Q&A events will all take place at All About You Catering, 302 East Lehman Street, Lebanon, PA, 17046 If you would like more information on these events, please use the contact form available through this website.
Town Halls have been set up so you can meet with Wanda to discuss important issues. The following dates and locations are your chance to here Wanda's positions and to ask her questions related to those issues.
Wednesday, October 22nd: Ebenezer Town Hall - 6:30 p.m.