George Scott’s former campaign manager busted for child pornography, Cole Goodman’s campaign partner
Eugene Depasquale, Rogette Harris, Cole Goodman, and other popular Dauphin County Democrats campaigned with Koplinski despite the concerns expressed by citizens regarding his suspected criminal activity.
Mayor Papenfuse condemns Cole Goodman, Dauphin Co. Democrats for association to child predator Brad Koplinski
This week during an interview broadcast by The Cidré Room, Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse spoke out regarding Koplinsk’s association with Cole Goodman, George Scott, and the Dauphin County Democrat Committee.
Pennsylvania Democrat Committee Member Cole Goodman advocates for legalized prostitution, protection for sex workers
Goodman, the son of PennLive editor Joyce Davis, said that he supports the legalization of prostitution.
Taxpayers in Pennsylvania are demanding answers after Governor Wolf disregarded state orders, and stern warnings about COVID-19, putting crowds of African American lives at risk.
PennLive senior editor escorts son to George Floyd protest in Harrisburg; He leaves covered in pepper spray, carried out by strangers
Escorted by his mother, democrat committeeperson Cole Goodman posted to his popular social media account celebrating the momentous occasion with Joyce Davis, before being injured by pepper spray at the George Floyd protest in Harrisburg.
Cole Goodman had met with Stephen Reed to discuss his political campaign. He said Mayor Reed was incredibly encouraging of young people stepping up to the plate and running for office.
“Special thanks and recognition to Dr. Rachel Levine — a calm, wise, and dedicated leader during this COVID-19 pandemic. Pennsylvania is so lucky to have you as our Secretary of Health,”
– Pa Governor Tom Wolf
Dr. Levine says children are “very important to me,” but provides no Spanish translation on TV broadcasts
Transgendered physician general of Pa, Dr. Levine spoke in depth about her interest in the needs of children and teenagers. However, Television broadcasts of the briefings include a split screen with sign language for the hearing impaired, but do not offer a translation for the state’s large Spanish speaking population.