Congressional Candidate Todd Rowley Will Go to Adams County Tomorrow – Gettysburg Information

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Congressional Candidate Todd Rowley Will Visit Adams County Tomorrow – Gettysburg Connection

Congressional Candidate Todd Rowley will be visiting a polling location in each of the ten counties that make up Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District on Election Day, his campaign announced earlier today. 

Rowley is scheduled to be Gettysburg between 3:05 p.m. and 3:20 p.m. at the Gettysburg Fire Hall at 35 N. Stratton St. and at the Southeastern Adams Volunteer Emergency Services (SAVES) Station at 5865 Hanover Rd., Hanover, between 3:35 p.m. and 3:50 p.m.

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Starting the day in his home precinct of Donegal Township, Rowley will make his way throughout the district with stops in Johnstown, Altoona, Gettysburg, and Chambersburg to highlight a few of the stops. He will end the day in Meyersdale, Somerset County, making sure he finishes the day in Meyersdale is important for Rowley because he grew up there on a family farm. 

“It has been an honor and privilege to be a candidate for Congress here in PA-13 and I’m humbled by all the support I have received from fellow citizens. On Election Day, I want to be with the citizens of southwest and central Pennsylvania as we look to brighter days ahead for our country,” Rowley said.  Pennsylvania’s 13th Congressional District represents all of Adams, Bedford, Blair, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon and Somerset counties, as well as parts of Cambria, Cumberland and Westmoreland counties. 

Campaign Manager Bill Duffield said that the Rowley campaign will not be holding any in person rallies on Election Day instead opting to do safe, social distanced visits outside at each polling location. “Todd wants to show that he will represent all citizens of PA-13 on Election Day while caring about their health and safety at the same time,” said Duffield. “We will not be holding large rally’s or events in the district like President Donald Trump and Rep. John Joyce have done the past few weeks. Todd asks that we all recognize the health and safety guidelines when at your polling site and out in public – wearing a mask or face covering and maintaining appropriate social distancing. Todd looks forward to seeing voters throughout PA-13 on Election Day.” 



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