Susan Wild


Last updated October 24th, 2022 at 8:22pm GMT.


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Voters will learn next that Lisa Scheller is a recovered addict whose nonprofit helps addicts.

Voters need to learn that Susan Wild has a history of defending organizations with a history of sexual assault of children and doctors who have overprescribed deadly opioids.

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Susan Wild B Roll 

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Susan Wild B Roll & Tracking

Updated 10/24/22

Susan Wild said, “I don’t have regrets” when asked if she regrets Democrats’ reckless spending that led to an economic crisis.

Updated 9/17/22

“Inflation is real and inflation is a real problem right now” :

“Rumors of economic demise are greatly exaggerated” :

“Americans are spending at a very aggressive rate, we need to keep that happening…” :

“There are no bad paying jobs these days” :

“Obviously, nobody wants to pay more for gas, I see the price myself” :

Carbon County Comments:

Lisa Scheller in PA-07 B Roll

NRCC Project Spotlight: PA-07 

Scheller B Roll 1 

Scheller B Roll 2 

  • Lisa Scheller believes Washington is a mess and needs common sense and straight talk. Lisa has spent her life standing up to big challenges and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. In Congress she will stand firm against corrupt career politicians and will introduce legislation to prevent any pay raises for Members of Congress. She will oppose efforts for politicians who want to pad their salaries with campaign slush funds, and believes no politician is above the laws they make for the American people. 
  • Lisa Scheller knows that the American worker will be the engine of our economic comeback.  Lisa is committed to creating good paying jobs here in the Lehigh Valley. Her manufacturing business employs over 160 people in Pennsylvania and is continuing to grow. In Congress, Lisa will stand up to the big banks who give preferential treatment to large corporations and cut the red tape and stop the over regulation. 
  • Lisa Scheller thinks the radical left is out of control. In Congress she will stand up to the extremists, to stop the spending, fund the police, and get America back on track. 
  • Lisa Scheller thinks government spending is out of control and causing inflation. In Congress she will oppose Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi’s out of control spending. 
  • Lisa Scheller is not a typical politician. She has been through tough times. As a young woman she became addicted to drugs and alcohol. After reaching rock bottom and committing to treatment Lisa has turned her life around and has been clean and sober for 40 years. Now Lisa is a leader in helping others fight addiction and take their lives back by eliminating the stigma of recovery. Lisa founded Hope & Coffee, a coffee shop and meeting place that helps recovering addicts get back into the workforce.