Pittston, Pa. — Bill McSwain today toured the Linde construction corporation to meet with community members and share his plan to empower small businesses to grow, create more jobs, and encourage increased entrepreneurship among Pennsylvanians by cutting the costly and ineffective red tape that makes it hard for businesses to thrive. Addressing a group of local construction workers, mechanics, and other tradesmen, McSwain emphasized his desire to remove burdensome regulations that have negatively impacted working families:
It is time to restore the freedoms that Governor Wolf and Josh Shapiro have taken away from Pennsylvanians. We’re not going to have anymore irrational and unscientific business closings. We’re not going to have anymore school closings or force families to turn their kitchens into classrooms. We’re not going to do the things that have harmed our state’s economy, forced businesses to close, and made it harder for Pennsylvanians to earn a living over the last 18 months.
McSwain’s visit to Pittston marked his fifth campaign stop since announcing his candidacy on Monday. Previous stops on his announcement tour included Erie, Pittsburgh, Johnstown, and Harrisburg.
Appointed by President Trump, McSwain’s record as US Attorney demonstrates his fierce defense of constitutional rights, dedication to upholding law and order, and history of putting criminals and corrupt politicians in jail.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Bill served as a scout/sniper platoon commander in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was born in Philadelphia and raised in Chester County, where he lives today with his wife, Stephanie, and their four children. More information on McSwain’s background and platform is available here.