Pennsylvania Governor Candidate Doug Mastriano Coming To State College November 1

With election day less than two weeks away, Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano and his wife, Rebbie, will make a stop in Happy Valley for a rally at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1.

Mastriano, a retired military colonel, has served in the state senate since 2019. He is the Republican candidate running against Democrat Josh Shapiro in this year’s race for governor.

Mastriano will make his stop as part of his “Restore Freedom” tour, which will take place at indoor sports arena C3 Sports, located at 200 Ellis Place in State College. Far-right activist Jack Posobiec will also speak at the rally. Attendees can RSVP for the event here.

According to his campaign website, the Republican candidate hopes to “restore Pennsylvania to the shining beacon of freedom and hope it once was.”

Several other politicians running for office made their way to State College this month. Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate Mehmet Oz was spotted at a tailgate ahead of the Northwestern game. His opponent, Democrat John Fetterman, attended the State College Democrats’ fall dinner.

Election day in Pennsylvania is slated for Tuesday, November 8.

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