June 9, 2016
Mayors Supporting Bathroom Bill — Is Yours One of Them??
As the effort continues to force all Pennsylvanians to celebrate the homosexual and transgender lifestyles and open all bathroom doors to whomever, several mayors have signed on in support HB 1510 and SB 974. Is yours one of them?
Mayor Kim Bracey — City of York
Mayor Anthony Campuzano — Borough of Lansdowne
Mayor Carolyn Comitta — Borough of West Chester
Mayor Frederick T. Courtright — Borough of Mount Pocono
Mayor James Curry, III — Middletown
Mayor Bob Donchez — Bethlehem
Mayor Ed Foley — Borough of Jenkintown
Mayor Robert Gallagher — Town of Delaware Water Gap
Mayor Elizabeth Goreham — State College
Mayor Rick Gray — Lancaster
Mayor Laurence D. Keller — Borough of New Hope
Mayor Kelley Kelley — Borough of Turtle Creek
Mayor Jim Kenney — Philadelphia
Mayor Jessica Knouse — Arendtsville (Adams County)
Mayor Josh Maxwell — Borough of Downingtown
Mayor Eric Papenfuse — Harrisburg
Mayor William Peduto — Pittsburgh
Mayor Tarah D. Probst — Borough of Stroudsburg
Mayor Tim Scott — Carlisle
Mayor Jeanne Sorg — Ambler
Mayor Michael J. Speck — Borough of Phoenixville
Mayor Ron Strouse — Borough of Doylestown
The above mayors have signed a pledge supporting these discriminatory bills believing the lie that economic prosperity in Pennsylvania is dependent upon passage of HB 1510 or SB 974. They are ignoring the stories from other states with similar laws where Christian business owners have been fined or forced out of business and companies have been sued because they refuse to allow a man to use the women’s restroom! Pennsylvania needs to address its tax code and other issues that would make it a more business friendly state. Passage of the so-called “Fairness Act” will not do it!
1.) Is your mayor’s name on the above list? If so, contact him or her and ask why they want to discriminate against you because of your deeply held religious beliefs and why do they want to allow men in women’s restrooms, locker and shower facilities and vice versa.
2.) The media is very much on board with the efforts to get this bill passed. There is an organized effort to get letters to the editor written in order to make it appear as if the majority of Pennsylvanians want this bill passed. Do they? Write a letter to the editor stating your reasons for opposing the bills. Click here for a list of PA newspapers. You can use our Fact Sheet for information.