As a member of the Pennsylvania State House, Saccone voted to help corporations send jobs overseas and allow foreign-made steel to be used on taxpayer-funded projects
We already know Rick Saccone loves his corporate special interests, telling a local outlet he was “hoping” big corporations would “come on board” to fund his previous failed U.S. Senate campaign because what he stands for “benefits them.”
But while he didn’t get much traction in that Senate race, the corporate special interests have jumped to his defense this time with $34,550 in corporate PAC contributions. CLF, another corporate-funded Super PAC, has spent at least $3.1 million to prop up his campaign.
Perhaps it’s not surprising given Saccone’s history of voting to help corporations ship American jobs overseas and allow foreign-made steel on taxpayer-funded projects.
So much for “defending the taxpayer.” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯