has to tell it like it is.





Scott talks about how recently indicted Philadelphia political boss, John Dougherty, spent millions putting his people on the PA Supreme Court and in the Governor’s mansion.

-with Scott Wagner

While there is no shortage of dull talking heads on TV, the realities of government remain a mystery to most everyday people who have very limited access to what’s really happening behind the scenes.

After four years in the PA State Senate and two years as a candidate for governor, Scott Wagner has seen and heard it all. Along the way, he developed a well-earned reputation for telling it like it is.

And Scott continues to tell it like it is — with occasional videos which deliver plain truth to people who can use it — in 30 seconds or less.

-when public officials lie,

cheat and steal.

Everyday people are left in the dark because public officials — who talk too much, for too long — say very little.

They use “shop talk” that most everyday people don’t understand leaving many to falsely conclude they’re just not smart enough.

With 30-second videos, and heaping helpings of plain truth, Scott gives insight and understanding to people who’ve been shut out of the debate.


Scott Wagner never met a problem he didn’t want to roll up his sleeves and fix.

Businessman. Senator. Fighter.

At age 20, Scott started his first small business and over the next 37 years, repeatedly transformed vision into jobs, prosperity and growth.

But after decades of success in the private sector, when he might have retired to enjoy the fruits of his labor, Scott instead set out on a mission to change the culture in Pennsylvania Government.

Fed up with “politics as usual” — and with the odds and the political powers stacked against him — Scott not only won a Senate seat, but became the first candidate ever to win a write-in for a state legislative seat.

As a Senator, Scott flipped the script. He refused the pension and the benefits that came with the job. And he asked a lot of questions about how taxpayers’ hard-earned dollars were being spent.

He dug for answers and he didn’t back down. Where he found poor stewardship, he made it known. It earned him a reputation for telling it like it is — and a legion of fans who appreciated his bold honesty, and willingness to stand up for for them.

Scott understood the hardworking people he was fighting for. He’d grown up on a small farm where he learned the true meaning of a “hard earned dollar.” And he’d become a successful businessman the hard way — starting with nothing, taking risk and working day and night to survive.

Now retired from the Senate, Scott lives in York, PA with his wife Tracy — not far from the farm he grew up on — where he continues to “tell it like it is.”

“Every day people get left out by public officials.

This has to change.”

-Scott R. Wagner


when Scott tells it like it is.