Women celebrate support for Trump
Guest speakers at rally included Thompson, Borowicz
LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County Republican Headquarters was packed to capacity for a “Women for Trump” rally Tuesday evening.
Rep. Glen “GT” Thompson, Penny Ammerman-Thompson, Stephanie Borowicz and Marcie Lynch-Assetta were guest speakers.
Dr. Jessica Hosley, chair for the Clinton County Women for Trump Coalition, spoke to the nearly 60 people in attendance. She said “it was exciting to see so many women come out to show their support for the only candidate who is determined to protect constitutional rights through the appointment of conservative supreme court justices, lower taxes, repeal ObamaCare, take a stand on illegal immigration, and move the country in the right direction to create new jobs. These are the critical issues in this election.”
Penny Ammerman-Thompson took the stage after brief comments on several critical issues facing the country and a heartfelt introduction of his wife of 36 years by Congressman Thompson.
She spoke of her journey that brought her to the full support of Mr. Trump. She reiterated words shared with her husband just a couple of weeks ago, “God takes the imperfect, and makes them perfect for His purpose,” and went on to describe the many ways that Mr. Trump is the right person for the top job in the United States.
Stephanie Borowicz stressed the importance of this election. She shared some of the personal stories from more than 10,000 door-to-door visits in Clinton County that motivate her in her race for the 76th District House of Representatives seat held by Mike Hanna and affirm her support for Donald J. Trump.
Marcie Lynch Assetta, campaign director for Congressman Thompson, reminded voters of the meaning of a “republic,” the “rule of law” and freedom of speech. Her message detailed the threats to each of these and the importance of protecting them.
Abrianna Hosley, age 9, concluded the evening with a ringing endorsement of Mr. Trump, citing his position on issues of trade, immigration, national security, and the economy.
Those in attendance included students, mothers, grandmothers and women from many walks of life.