Dent’s Plan: Less for Small Businesses, More for Corporations that Outsource Jobs, Dodge Taxes

Callahan’s Plan: Tax Relief for Main Street Small Businesses, Stopping Corporate and Wall Street Abuses BETHLEHEM, PA. – Yesterday in response to John Callahan’s Five Point Jobs Plan, Congressman Charlie Dent made his priorities clear: Dent is against tax cuts to help small businesses hire new employees, but for tax handouts to corporations that outsource […]

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Say What? Toomey Again Tries to Hide Record

Yesterday, Wall Street derivatives trader Pat Toomey was caught again trying to mislead Pennsylvania voters on his record of fighting corporate special interests. In his latest attempt to mislead Pennsylvanians, Pat Toomey’s campaign claimed his words in a CNBC interview where he advocated for the “elimination of corporate taxes altogether” were taken out of context. […]

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Murphy Announces New Military Healthcare Contract for Trevose Company

International SOS Assistance, Inc. has hired 50 new employees as a result of the new contract, under which they will provide healthcare services to U.S. troops overseas (Trevose, PA) – Starting today, a Trevose-based company will begin providing healthcare services to nearly half a million military servicemembers and their families stationed around the globe, Pennsylvania […]

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Corbett TV Ad Slammed For Misleading Voters on His Capability, Record

How can the Harrisburg Republican ‘shore up his credibility’ when he’s not up to the challenges facing PA? PITTSBURGH: Harrisburg Republican Tom Corbett’s first television ad of the General Election is reinforcing what Pennsylvania voters are quickly learning: that the GOP nominee doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Here’s what independent observers are saying: “Attorney […]

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State Representative Tony Payton, Jr. in Lansdowne Going Door-to-Door and Talking to Voters With Highly Decorated Army Veteran Shannon Meehan, Candidate for the 163rd House District

LANSDOWNE—Yesterday, State Representative Tony Payton, Jr., joined the growing grassroots army of   Democratic nominee for the 163rd District and former Army Captain, Shannon Meehan.  The two went door-to-door for hours in Lansdowne talking to voters about how to save and create jobs in Delaware County and how to get our economy back on track […]

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DSCC Takes Desperate False Attacks to DEFCON 1

Allentown –  What do you do when your candidate is ten points down in the polls and embroiled in his SECOND earmark scandal of the election cycle?  Well, if you’re the DSCC, you recycle false attack ads with claims that have already been debunked by multiple independent sources. “The DSCC might as well stand for Desperation […]

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PA GOP: Sestak Tries, Fails To Use Common Sense

HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Joe Sestak’s continued refusal to take responsibility for his latest earmark scandal. “How many times must the people of Pennsylvania be subjected to another scandal involving Joe Sestak, and how many times must we be forced to […]

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Enough is Enough: Time for Sestak to Come Clean and Release All Documents on Forbidden Earmark Request

Allentown –  U.S Senate candidate and former small business owner Pat Toomey called on Congressman Joe Sestak to come clean about his latest earmark scandal and release all documents relating to his request for a $350,000 wind turbine project for a Philadelphia-area atheist group. Over the past couple of days, Congressman Sestak has offered vague […]

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Altmire Roasted Over Reckless Spending

Pennsylvania Families “Vent Anger” for Stimulus Vote, Dems’ Failed Economic Agenda Democrats Expected a Free Ride This Recess: “After a jam-packed legislative session marked by the passage of controversial bills like Wall Street reform, Democrats will hit the campaign trail armed with talking points to draw distinctions between the two parties. And the Democratic leadership […]

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