Recognizing September PPA PAC Contributors

Political Action Committee Chairman John Reilly would like to recognize POMPAC contributions from the following individuals in September–

— Platinum Supporter: Ken & Stacey Ingram, Scott Walton*, Shipley Energy PAC

— Gold Supporter: N/A

— Silver Supporter: Doug Woosnam*, James Gnagey, Ted Harris*

— Bronze Supporter: Don Dreibelbis, Mark Smith*, Mike McCarthy, Quincy Longacre, Robert Aerni, Steve Oehlert*

— Supporter: Andrew Olcott, Andy Bradigan, Art Landis, Brian Keane, Bryan Krajewski, Curtis Martin, Daniel Dwyer, Gary Armstrong, Jane McMahon, Joseph Silverio, Keith Boyce, Kevin Steele, Kevin O’Neil, Matt Linder, Michael Riley, Mike Kerrigan, Ryan Loeb, Steve McCracken, Tim Porter

*Denotes the total annual commitment of a monthly contributor.

Our 2020 goal is to raise $40,000 in PAC contributions. All contributions to the PAC come from voluntary personal contributions and cannot be in the form of membership dues or corporate contributions.

Visit the PPA Contribution webpage to make an online personal contribution. Make a one-time payment or sign up for automatic recurring monthly payments.

September PAC contributions totaled $4,425. To view our current status on reaching the 2020 PAC contribution goal please Click Here.

The Political Action Committee has requested PAC contributions are tracked on a regional basis. In the effort of creating some friendly competition across the state, the current regional statistics can be found below–

— Central PA: $3,000

— Greater Lehigh Valley: $2,325

— Northeast PA: $1,600

— South Central PA: $4,500

— Southeast PA: $8,200

— Western PA: $1,800

— Total: $21,475

A special thanks to the Delaware Valley Energy Marketers Association (DVEMA) and the South Central Pennsylvania Energy Association (SCPEA) for including PAC fundraisers as a part of their recent golf outings.

The DVEMA raised $1,600 at their September 21 outing. Totals from the SCPEA golf outing on September 25 will be reported next month.

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