Aaron's General Election Kickoff & Primary Victory Speech

May 22, 2014 at 17:01


Republican Kaufer enters 120th district race

February 19, 2014 at 21:16


KINGSTON – Republican Aaron Kaufer announced Tuesday he will again run for 120th District seat in the state House.

This time, he won’t have to take on a longtime incumbent. In 2012, Kaufer lost in the general election to state Rep. Phyllis Mundy, D-Kingston, and she is retiring this year.

“I’m proud to say I’m back,” Kaufer told more than 100 supporters at the Black Diamond American Legion in Kingston.


PA FIRST Announcement Speech

July 3, 2012 at 02:18


Political climate may be "right" for Mundy challenger

July 2, 2012 at 21:10


When former West Pittston Mayor Bill Goldsworthy ran against State Representative Phyllis Mundy two years ago, Mundy won decisively by 21 points 53% to 32%. Libertarian candidate Tim Mullen was also in the race and garnered 15% of the vote.

Now, another Republican wants a shot at Mundy. Aaron Kaufer who will be on the ballot in the fall will be squaring off against Mundy. While everyone may think Mundy is a lock and has decisively taken down a handful of challenges over the years, the existing political environment may be ripe for Kaufer to pick off Mundy…


Kaufer's Corner Episode 2: "Jobs, Jobs, Jobs"

June 21, 2012 at 20:03


Now Introducing "Kaufer's Corner"

May 11, 2012 at 21:18


Welcome to the KauferNow video blog, “Kaufer’s Corner.” Tune in and watch our bi-weekly videos—keeping you informed with the latest news, events, and policies of Aaron Kaufer’s campaign for State Representative.

We look forward to providing you with important campaign updates, allowing you to track our progress and maintain an open connection with Aaron. This campaign believes in transparency and openness in government, and strives to keep the voters engaged and informed. These videos are an important part of this process and will make information on the candidate and his policies easily accessible.

If you have any questions, or would like to hear a specific topic discussed in these videos, please feel free to email us at Enjoy the blog!



You're Invited!

April 11, 2012 at 00:22



The Kaufer Now Committee would like to invite you to…

A fundraiser for the Aaron Kaufer for State Representative Campaign


Valenti’s Restaurant

1180 Wyoming Ave.

Exeter, Pa. 18643


Sunday, April 15th

6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Food and refreshments provided.

$25 donation



570-851-0078 or email


Legislators Enjoy Too Many Perks

April 6, 2012 at 20:21


THE RECENT scandal involving former Sen. Bob Mellow has Pennsylvania citizens outraged, and rightfully so. Too often we see elected officials abuse their power for personal gain, to the point where it is no longer a surprise, it is an expectation. These recent charges only highlight this issue.

While Sen. Mellow was charged with conspiracy and improper use of taxpayer-paid staffers, he is not the only politician using our tax money for personal gain. People are outraged about his $140,000 per year pension, but all of our so-called public servants are receiving these absurd pensions and massive perk packages.

It’s time for this to end. It’s a matter of principle and poor representation. This culture in Harrisburg must change, and it starts by addressing three specific areas.

Read more at the Times Leader.

Writer backs Kaufer’s campaign for legislator

March 8, 2012 at 20:41


I attended Aaron Kaufer’s campaign kick-off. At least 100 people packed the American Legion in Kingston to see Aaron announce his candidacy for state representative of the 120th District.

Over the past several years I’ve gotten to know Aaron very well. We have spent time working on campaigns and having many political conversations. On the night of his campaign announcement, everyone was able to see what I’ve seen all along: that you would be hard-pressed to find a man as intelligent and mature as young Mr. Kaufer.

Read more at the Times Leader.

Kingston Committee Chairman has praise for Aaron Kaufer

March 8, 2012 at 20:07


Who is Aaron Kaufer?

Aaron Kaufer is the Republican candidate for the office of Pennsylvania State Representative for the 120th District which consists of Courtdale, Exeter, Exeter Township, Forty Fort, Jackson Township, Kingston Borough, Kingtson Township, Luzerne, Pringle, Swoyersville, West Pittston, West Wyoming and Wyoming (and potentially Edwardsville with the uncertainty surrounding reapportionment).

Aaron is a lifelong resident of Kingston borough who graduated salutatorian of his class from Wyoming Valley West High School. Continuing his education at Lafayette College, he double majored in Government and Law and International Affairs and was inducted into the honor societies of both majors.

Read more at the Citizens Voice.

Aaron Kaufer endorsed by Luzerne & Pringle Democratic Officials

October 28, 2012 at 19:57


The KauferNOW campaign is proud to announce endorsements by five Democratic officials in Luzerne and Pringle. Through these endorsements, these officials demonstrate a desire to cross the isle, and work together in a bi-partisan fashion for a better PA120th. Mike Jancuska Luzerne Council President   Mike Barish       Pringle Council President   Mary Ellen Schell Luzerne Councilwoman   Judy Gober Luzerne Councilwoman   Jason Tarreto Luzerne Councilman

Democratic Exeter and Exeter Township Officials Endorse Aaron Kaufer

October 27, 2012 at 17:53


The KauferNOW campaign is proud to announce that Aaron has received endorsements from the Democratic council president of Exeter Borough, Denise Adams and the Democratic chairman of Exeter Township supervisors, Jack Ruane. These endorsements show a new desire to go beyond party lines in the PA120th and work together for a better area. Exeter Borough Council President,           Denise Adams   Exeter Township Chairman of Supervisors, Jack Ruane  

Fix the Reapportionment Mess!

March 8, 2012 at 19:42


THE RECENT Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision should teach us one thing about the reapportionment process: There is too much party control. Redistricting is supposed to be based on census data and population changes to help balance out uneven districts. Instead, it has become a political tool for the majority party to gain an upper hand over its opposition. Both parties are to blame for this mess. Democrats have done it in the past, and this year it’s the Republicans using reapportionment to their advantage. They sought to manipulate districts in order to strengthen Republicans’ re-election bids and challenge vulnerable Democrats. To do this, many Democratic municipa...

Announcement Speech

February 27, 2012 at 21:28