Rep. Ryan Costello, R-Pa., was elected in Pennsylvania’s Sixth district in the year 2016.
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Rep. Ryan Costello, R-Pa., not the election in November, again seek the two-term Congressman confirmed Sunday.
“At this moment in time the choice will not be running for re-is the prudent course of action,” Costello, MSNBC said. “And I say that after a lot of consideration. It was a very difficult decision for me, but I think I’m the right decision.”
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Costello is back from the GOP primary contest for Pennsylvania 6. District set for 15, despite filing paperwork this week to have his name placed on the ballot.
The Republicans, searching for the decision of employment in the private sector rather than mount a costly re-election bid follows the U.S. Supreme court to hear the decline, a GOP challenge to the state Congress card believe many workers favored Democrats.
It also comes as a Democrat, Conor Lamb secured the win by 627 votes against the Republican Rick Saccone, in a special election for Pennsylvania’s 18 constituency earlier in March.
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