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The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles was the setting Thursday night, Oct. 4, for an event to support State Representative David Maloney and his re-election campaign. Genn E. Moyer, Pennsylvania Secretary of Banking and Securities, Pennsylvania Secretary of Transportation Barry Schoch, House Majority Leader Mike Turzai, Republican Majority Whip Rep. Stan Saylor and many others were on hand to give their endorsements to Rep. Maloney.
Rep. Maloney -(R) Pike Township, is running for his second term in the Pennsylvania General Assembly representing the 130th District which consists of most of south eastern Berks County. “I truly appreciate the efforts and generosity of my friends and the GOP leaders here with me. We also wanted to show off the Museum to other legislators and make them aware of this treasure here in Boyertown.” Maloney said. Rep. Mike Turzai (R) Allegheny County, said “I am very glad to have David Maloney on our team. David has been deeply involved with all our issues and he has brought new energy and new perspective. Pennsylvania needs men like David Maloney in the Legislature.”
Secretary of Transportation Barry Schoch told the gathered group that this was his first visit to the vehicle museum. “This collection of vehicles and the history here of transportation is a perfect place for us to consider where Pennsylvania has been and what PennDOT needs to do going into the future with engineering and technology. I’ve very happy to be here supporting David Maloney.”
Glenn E. Moyer, retired CEO from National Penn Bank, based in Boyertown and now Secretary of Banking and Securities commented that “Dave Maloney as a first term legislator has been very active and I know he is on top of all the key issues that people here care about. He also happens to be my state rep.” Secretary Moyer lives in Oley Township.
Maloney said “In the last two years we delivered on what I campaigned for in 2010, to bring reform to Harrisburg. We’ve had two on time state budgets with no new taxes and less state spending. We are making progress on the agenda for Pennsylvania’s future by focusing on jobs and protecting Pennsylvania taxpayers. We put state government on more stable financial ground but we have more issues to deal with and we have much more work to accomplish.”