Phillips-Hill smashes petition signature requirement to get on ballot
Cites strong enthusiasm from Republican voters
On March 16, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court allowed candidates for state legislative seats to circulate nominating petitions over a 10-day timespan. Typically, candidates are afforded a 21-day period to gather enough signatures set by law to get on the ballot.
Phillips-Hill hit the 500-signature threshold within three days of petition circulation.
“The support and feedback have been overwhelming all across the 28th District. York Countians are tired of a one-size-fits-all government that tells us how to live our lives. More importantly, they are frustrated by tax-and-spend policies that are devastating lives and livelihoods. With runaway inflation and anti-Pennsylvania energy policies in place, we need fiscal responsibility and pro-growth policies to right the ship,” Phillips-Hill said.
She filed with 2,470 signatures. Phillips-Hill will appear as a Republican on the ballot for the May 17, 2022 Primary Election.
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