Drop us a line


Dan knows that the system only works when leaders heed the word of the citizens.

So drop us a line. Tell us what issues matter most to you.

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  • John Lutz
    commented 2016-09-21 07:04:24 -0700
    I think you have identified the problems correctly but why are YOU the guy that can fix them?

    I have a problem with your photo on the signs you have all over town. You have much better ones on your website. Why did you pick that one for all your signs? If you want to look serious, look serious. If you want to look friendly then smile. What you’re doing in the photo is smirking. And look at the camera. People trust people that make eye contact. Is that a brand new Carhart jacket you’re wearing? It looks like it’s never been worn before and you put it on to appear to be a working man like the rest of us.

    Good luck.
  • Alan Skelly
    commented 2016-09-19 17:58:21 -0700
    We live along I90 on Hook Rd. in Fairview. If you wish we would like one of your largesigns placed in our front yard for all of 90 to see. Trying also to get Trump sign (large)

    too. We have small but traffic on 90 needs the big ones. In the past we have illuminated them at night. If you would like to contact us our home phone is 474 – 4573.

    We have our name on the list for a large Trump sign at the headquarters but have not

    heard anything. Nov. 8th is too close to waste any more time. Your signs are very eye catching. Good job!
  • George Hazuda
    commented 2016-09-01 23:07:04 -0700
    Please put a yard sign at my house ASAP. Address sent.
  • Daniel Hotchkiss
    commented 2016-09-01 15:38:05 -0700
    Does Dan Lauglin support the passing of the PA independence tax act HB/SB 76 because I am sick of out of control spending the school boards?
  • Bill Wager
    commented 2016-08-15 16:00:47 -0700
    I am the Sales Manager for the Tri-State Senior News. We are a monthly publication targeting those individuals that are 50+ years of age and would like to invite you to look at us as a targeted advertising medium for your campaign. We service both Erie and Crawford counties in Pa and hope you will utilize our demographic in the upcoming election.


    Bill Wager

    Sales Manager

    Tri-State Senior News


  • Michael Henne
    commented 2016-05-25 16:49:31 -0700
    I would like to introduce you to an interactive website I created to connect candidates with their community. I created Ulection.com because of the overall consensus shared by my friends, family, and neighbors that the flyers, commercials, and occasional newspaper article are not sufficient for us to learn enough about the candidates to make a well-informed vote on Election Day. Ulection is different from other social media in that you can post issues and events directly to your constituency instead of only to followers like on Facebook and Twitter. Furthermore, each post is tagged to a topic, which makes it very easy for us to go to a candidates profile and sort through the topics they have written about to find stances on issues which matter, such as minimum wage, tuition, jobs, housing, etc. Ulection is the first social media platform built for campaigns and real communities. It’s up to campaigns like yours to join so that Ulection can live up to its potential and benefit communities like ours around the country.

    I should also mention that everything is free. I created Ulection because I wanted to solve some of the problems in our political process and help communities connect. This site is purely grassroots. Not having money to market Ulection will make it difficult to spread the word, which is why it’s so important that candidates like yourself join and help spread the word. I hope you are having a good day!

    Advantages of Ulection.com:
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    2) Every candidate and official who signs up is organized in to their respective location, office, and election so they are accessible and easy to discover. Voters simply enter their location info and have access to candidates, officials, posts, and events.

    3) Every post is tagged to a topic which is then organized by topic on your profile and on your community page. This creates a portfolio which showcases your views. Posts can be issues, interviews, speeches, polls, or events. What does your candidate for Mayor or Governor think about minimum wage or clean energy? Simply go to their profile and browse their topics to find out! Ulection is a more efficient and organized way to share information.

    4) If candidates used Ulection to engage voters, it would reduce the need for extensive campaign fund raising and promote more equity among those seeking elected office. Ulection is the future of campaigning by making it easier and more cost-effective to reach voters.

    5) Millennials need an engaging social platform that helps them to get informed and connect with politics. All voters need a fair and balanced platform to engage with candidates and elected officials.


    Michael Henne

  • Jonathan Edwards
    commented 2016-04-22 04:20:50 -0700
    Hello, what is your position on abortion laws in Pennsylvania? Also, how do you feel about tax dollars going to support organizations like Planned Parenthood?

    Thank you
  • Bert Copple
    commented 2016-04-13 20:27:02 -0700
    How about putting a sign in my front yard?
  • Tom Schneider
    commented 2016-04-02 09:42:27 -0700