How Will Corbett Address His Hypocrisy and Flip-Flops in Tonight’s Debate?

How Will Corbett Address His Hypocrisy and Flip-Flops in Tonight’s Debate? Harrisburg, PA – For several months, Tom Corbett has been caught staking out staggeringly hypocritical and inconsistent positions on everything from spending to his health reform law suit. Tonight, Tom Corbett will be forced to defend his positions in a debate with Dan Onorato. […]

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New Low for Congressman Toomey’s Campaign of Deception

New Low for Congressman Toomey’s Campaign of Deception Makes False Claim about Standing up to Bush Spending after Voting for Every Single Bush Budget MEDIA, Pa. — Today, in a remarkable display of dishonesty, Congressman Toomey claimed that he tried to stand up to spending during his years in Congress. The Associated Press reports, “Toomey […]

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Organizing for America-Pennsylvania Statement on President Obama’s Signing of the Small Business Jobs Act into Law

Organizing for America-Pennsylvania Statement on President Obama’s Signing of the Small Business Jobs Act into Law Philadelphia – Organizing for America-Pennsylvania Communications Director Kerri Axelrod issued the following statement after President Obama signed the Small Business Jobs Act Into law this afternoon.  The bill extends the successful Small Business Act provisions of the American Recovery […]

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PHILADELPHIAN’S CELEBRATE GOING THE ‘EXTRA MILE’ IN SERVICE

PHILADELPHIAN’S CELEBRATE GOING THE ‘EXTRA MILE’ IN SERVICE Philadelphia, September 27—Today, the Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service and Greater Philadelphia Cares co-hosted a rally at the National Constitution Center to celebrate Philadelphians who ‘go the extra mile’ in service to their communities.  The event followed the official launch of SERVE Philadelphia, the […]

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PA GOP: Is Joe Sestak Skipping Debate Because He Agrees With John Kerry’s Perception Of Voters?

PA GOP: Is Joe Sestak Skipping Debate Because He Agrees With John Kerry’s Perception Of Voters? Kerry Says Voters Are Clueless, Does Sestak Agree? HARRISBURG – The Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding Joe Sestak’s decision to skip today’s forum with Pat Toomey in order to hold a fundraiser […]

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Toomey Endorsed Today by Former Harrisburg Mayor Democrat Stephen Reed

Toomey Endorsed Today by Former Harrisburg Mayor Democrat Stephen Reed   Allentown – In a sign of U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey’s surging support, Pat was endorsed by Harrisburg’s longest-serving mayor Democrat Mayor Stephen Reed today.   Mayor Reed was elected the Democratic mayor of Harrisburg in 1981 and reelected six times through 2005.  He […]

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Meehan: Lentz Campaign Bailout Tour Continues

Meehan: Lentz Campaign Bailout Tour Continues Liberal House Democratic Whip Jim Clyburn holds fundraiser for Lentz in Philadelphia DREXEL HILL, PA – Less than a week after liberal former DNC Chairman Howard Dean comes in to prop up Bryan Lentz’s faltering campaign, Lentz welcomed House Majority Whip and third-ranking House Democrat Jim Clyburn for a […]

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MAYOR NUTTER LAUNCHES SERVE PHILADELPHIA, THE CITY’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR SERVICE

MAYOR NUTTER LAUNCHES SERVE PHILADELPHIA, THE CITY’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR SERVICE SERVE Philadelphia will make it easier for Philadelphians of every age to volunteer and support both public and private sector efforts to engage volunteers in ways that have the greatest impact. Philadelphia, September 27– Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter released SERVE Philadelphia, a comprehensive […]

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