By: KDKA-TV News Staff
CARNEGIE (KDKA) – Republican Congressman Guy Reschenthaler previously joined a lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting laws but on Wednesday when asked if he supports the Pennsylvania GOP’s subpoena of voting records – he deferred.READ MORE: Sources: U.S. Representative Mike Doyle To Announce He Is Not Seeking Re-Election In 2022
“Every counted vote needs to be verified, so I don’t want to get into the particulars,” he said. “As you know, it’s a state issue, I’m really not involved in that. I’ll leave that up to my former colleagues in the state senate and those in the statehouse.”READ MORE: Former Secretary Of State Colin Powell Dies Of COVID-19 Complications
Congressman Reschenthaler joined Congressman John Joyce and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday in Carnegie.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Sunny Start To The Week
The trio toured a factory in an attempt to draw attention to rising prices and worker shortages.