McCormick Continues to Stand with Election Deniers, Other Anti-Choice Republicans, and Opponents of Medicare and Social Security

PENNSYLVANIA — With David McCormick’s recent attendance at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, he continues to embrace election deniers, January 6th insurrectionists, and anti-choice Republicans. McCormick has yet to answer for his deep ties to fake electors and insurrectionists involved in plots to overturn the 2020 election, including one who was indicted in Georgia.

Pennsylvania Democratic Party spokesperson TaNisha Cameron issued the following statement:

“David McCormick is continuing to side with dangerous election deniers who participated in the January 6th insurrection and staunch supporters of nationwide abortion bans. His record of associating with dangerous extremists who undermine democracy and fellow Republicans who also attack women’s right to make decisions about their own bodies is disqualifying.”

Here’s the Cast of Election Deniers and Anti-Choice Republicans at This Year’s Conference:

  • Joe Pittman backed a bill that would amend Pennsylvania’s Constitution to include language that would not guarantee women the right to make decisions about their own bodies.

See McCormick’s Own Ties To January 6 Fake Electors And Jan. 6 Insurrectionists:

  • McCormick hired a fake elector who was part of an effort to overturn the 2020 election to run his Super PAC.
  • McCormick paid a criminally indicted co-conspirator in Donald Trump’s fake elector scheme in Georgia to help his recount efforts in the 2022 Pennsylvania Senate Republican primary.
  • McCormick clinched GOP support in Pennsylvania after being endorsed by Doug Mastriano, an outspoken election denier and January 6 insurrectionist. McCormick has never denounced Mastriano’s participation in the January 6 insurrection.