October 18, 2017 Economy, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – On the eve of the deadline to submit proposals for Amazon’s second headquarters in North America, Amazon HQ2, Governor Tom Wolf today highlighted his work to build bipartisan support for a robust effort to attract the company to the commonwealth.Governor Wolf has spearheaded efforts to promote the commonwealth as the prime location for the Amazon HQ2 project, launching the Amazon in PA website, which includes joint letters of support from Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation, legislative leaders, education advocates, and cabinet officials. Additionally, the commonwealth will submit a state-level proposal to accompany the proposals submitted by Pennsylvania’s communities.“Pennsylvania continues to lead the way for successful businesses and communities with innovation and imagination. We’ve been here since before our country’s founding, and we’re equipped to support and sustain business for centuries to come,” said Governor Wolf. “Our location at the geographical center of the East Coast, rich cultural heritage, abundant natural resources, and job-ready workforce has made us a hub for commerce and a leader in technological innovation and education.”The governor’s efforts in responding to this historic opportunity have also resulted in collective letters of support from Pennsylvania’s congressional leaders expressing collective support for the placement of Amazon’s second company headquarters, cabinet officials outlining the administration’s efforts and historic investments in education, workforce development, business development, and transportation, higher education advocates representing more than 360 postsecondary institutions highlighting why Pennsylvania is the best choice for Amazon, and bipartisan state leadership expressing their full support for Amazon to select a location in the Keystone State.Amazon is expected to invest over $5 billion in construction and create as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs. In addition to direct hiring and investment, construction and ongoing operations is expected to create tens of thousands of additional jobs and tens of billions of dollars in additional investment in the surrounding community.“We believe we have the strongest proposal and are extremely well-positioned to win this project,” continued Governor Wolf. “We are proud to have coalesced all of our state leaders and partners in this effort and would be proud to be the home of Amazon HQ2.” State Leaders Come Together in Effort to Attract Amazon HQ2 to Pennsylvania SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
MORE: Watch the Valspar Championship live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)This year’s field is decidedly less interesting in Woods’ absence but still includes seven of the world’s top 20 players, headlined by No. 1 Dustin Johnson.Johnson is making just his second career start in the tournament. He’s joined by Paul Casey, the defending champion who edged out Woods in 2018, Jon Rahm, Jason Day, Henrik Stenson, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia and Bubba Watson, to name a few. Follow scores from the 2019 Valspar Championship below with our live leaderboard.Valspar Championship leaderboard, live scoresLeaderboardValspar Championship20 – 24 March 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Paul CaseyEngland-8706668722762Jason KokrakUSA-7697166712772Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-7707266692774Sungjae ImSouth Korea-6706771702784Bubba WatsonUSA-6697170682786Dustin JohnsonUSA-5696967742796Jon RahmSpain-5716872682796Ryan ArmourUSA-5707268692799Luke DonaldEngland-4677070732809Denny McCarthyUSA-4687469692809Austin CookUSA-4696772722809Scott StallingsUSA-46968707328013Matt JonesAustralia-37368687228113Bill HaasUSA-37270697028113Lucas GloverUSA-37267727028113Mackenzie HughesCanada-37072687128113Curtis LuckAustralia-37068707328118Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea-27171726828218Jim FurykUSA-26971687428218Charley HoffmanUSA-26974697028218Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa-27069737028218Vaughn TaylorUSA-27469716828218Brian StuardUSA-26872697328224Kevin KisnerUSA-16775726928324Julian EtulainArgentina-16973717028324Russell KnoxScotland-16776677328324Nick TaylorCanada-17170677528324Henrik StensonSweden-17073697128324Zach JohnsonUSA-17172707028330Brandt SnedekerUSAPar7070737128430Rafa Cabrera BelloSpainPar7171717128430Joel DahmenUSAPar6672767028430Billy Hurley IIIUSAPar7469717028430Sam BurnsUSAPar6974677428430Shawn StefaniUSAPar6871737228430Anirban LahiriIndiaPar7071756828437Nick WatneyUSA+17172697328537Dylan FrittelliSouth Africa+17271677528537Wyndham ClarkUSA+17170727228537Satoshi KodairaJapan+17071727228537Joaquin NiemannChile+16973707328542Russell HenleyUSA+26972717428642Jonas BlixtSweden+27469727128642C.T. PanChina+27170717428642Danny WillettEngland+26971747228646Graeme McDowellNorthern Ireland+37172707428746Sam SaundersUSA+37169737428746Andrew LandryUSA+37271766828746Kelly KraftUSA+36972757128746Kramer HickokUSA+37168737528746Sepp StrakaAustria+36676697628746Hank LebiodaUSA+36973747128746Brian GayUSA+37369697628754Trey MullinaxUSA+47172776828854Roberto DiazMexico+46972747328854Harris EnglishUSA+47568677828854Ryan BlaumUSA+47367767228854Sergio GarciaSpain+47172727328854Danny LeeNew Zealand+47271737228860Roger SloanCanada+57072707728960Patton KizzireUSA+57071767228960Brandon HarkinsUSA+57369747328960Peter MalnatiUSA+56974727428960Alex CejkaGermany+57170777128965Peter UihleinUSA+67271737429065Harold Varner IIIUSA+66974757229065Chesson HadleyUSA+67469707729068Roberto CastroUSA+96871738129368Chris StroudUSA+97271747629370Morgan HoffmannUSA+1173707775295Click here if you don’t see scores or results above. Tiger Woods is taking a week off from his 2019 tournament schedule, opting to skip the Valspar Championship in favor of next week’s WGC-Match Play, and it’s a lighter field overall as the PGA Tour continues its Florida swing at the Innisbrook Resort.Woods, who finished tied for 30th at The Players Championship, nearly won the Valspar in 2018, providing the first glimpse of success early in his comeback tour while losing by one stroke after missing birdie on the 72nd hole. He’ll play one more tune-up tournament before The Masters in April.