Harrisburg, Pa – The use of pandemic relief funds is being disputed in Harrisburg where city council supports paying off city debt, and current Mayor […]
Comments made by the Dauphin County GOP sought to distance the party from religious beliefs expressed by Republican Tim Rowbottom after the Harrisburg mayoral candidate spoke out against the transgender agenda being instituted within city schools.
Controversy surrounding the Harrisburg mayoral election caught the attention of a European news media outlet this week.
Republican mayoral candidate Tim Rowbottom made a surprise visit to HMAC where Knox is the General Manager of the club in Harrisburg.
Tim Rowbottom’s campaign for mayor is focused on confronting corruption in the city government, in the Harrisburg School District, and in the Dauphin County court system.
During the anti-lockdown protest in Harrisburg, progressive Mayor Eric Papenfuse was questioned about not wearing a face mask in public, despite the recommendations of the CDC, and order by Governor Tom Wolf.
There have been suspicions regarding the sudden resignations of multiple board members. School Board Director Brian Carter admitted that shady deals were made in the selection of new members to fill the sudden vacancies, and that “there were several conversations among board members trying to bribe other board members to vote for certain people.”
On May 09, 2017, around 9 p.m., the plantiff alleges that Mr. Singleton threatened the man in a physically intimidating manner, and alluded to knowing his home address. This incident occurred in the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel during the 2017 Mayoral debate. Singleton and Rowbottom were both in attendance at the debate event that took place that evening in the 2nd floor Ballroom.
In a motion recently filed by Timothy Rowbottom against the senior advisor to Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse, Karl Singleton has been named in a $12,000 civil suit for threatening life of the city resident.
“Look at the kids walking by heroin needles while the leaders try to convince us, these photos are just a political maneuver.” – Beau Brown