PA Green and Keystone Parties Plan Debate for U.S. Senate Candidates

Richard L. Weiss
U.S. Senate from PA
For Immediate Release
Saturday, November 1, 2022
Contact Person: Chris Robinson
267-977-0570, [email protected] 
PA Green and Keystone Parties Plan Debate for U.S. Senate Candidates
Green Party candidate Richard L. Weiss and Keystone Party candidate Daniel Wassmer are two candidates on the General Election ballot for U.S. Senate. Both were ignored in the recent debate between the Democratic and Republican Party Candidates. 
“Candidly, debates were meant to be inclusive since most voters will be basing their decisions regarding who will represent them on the ideas presented,” said Daniel Wassmer, an attorney and college professor from Pike County.
The Keystone Party and the Green Party agree on many of the issues, particularly election reform, and criminal justice system reform. In addition, both parties support protection of civil liberties and legalization of cannabis. The two major parties don’t offer options like these. They both seem to be in lock step in support of expanding the police state, trillion-dollar military budgets, supporting genocide in Yemen, allying with repressive regimes like Saudi Arabia, as well as invading to overthrow sovereign nations like Syria without Congressional authorization. 
Pennsylvania voters are beginning to become aware that they don’t have to vote to continue the status quo, and they are also learning that there are better alternatives.
"Voters deserve to know there are candidates in favor of peace and that war is not the only choice on the ballot on November 8," said Richard Weiss, a lawyer from Allegheny County.
These two candidates, Wassmer and Weiss, have been making themselves available to media outlets willing to listen.  VEEM in Pittsburgh, for example offered a forum for our candidates to be heard, as did PennLive, CNET, and PCN. Oz should accept our invitation to have a public chat on the issues that concern Pennsylvania’s voters! 
The Keystone Party and the Green Party invite all voters to learn more about our candidates. For more information about the debate, please contact Daniel Wassmer, [email protected]; and Richard Weiss, [email protected]. You may follow Daniel Wassmer here, You may follow Richard Weiss on Twitter, @RichardLWeiss.
The Keystone Party of Pennsylvania ( has a mission to create a culture of positive policy change with workable solutions that solve real-world problems. Policy changes such as limiting government overreach, government spending within its means, and criminal justice reform to name a few. This will be achieved by electing honest and reasonable candidates who support a small, effective and efficient government. Follow us on social media: Twitter,; and Facebook,
The Green Party of PA (GPPA, is an independent political party that stands in opposition to the two corporate parties. GPPA candidates promote public policy based on the Green Party’s Four Pillars: grassroots democracy, nonviolence, ecological wisdom, and social justice/equal opportunity. For further information about GPPA, please visit or email [email protected]. Please follow GPPA on social media: Twitter,; Facebook,; and Instagram,
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