6/11 PoliticsPA Playbook

We’ve got Friday’s Ups & Downs and input from both campaigns on Congressman Mike Kelly’s three-debate proposal for this fall. And ICYMI, our analysis on how some local news organizations are handling criticism from the left in their coverage.

June 11th, 2018 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook, Top Stories | 2 Comments

Kelly asks DiNicola for three debates

Republican Congressman Mike Kelly has offered up three debates to challenger Ron DiNicola this October. The Kelly campaign said it’s all about reaching voters, but the DiNicola campaign said the move is a sign that Kelly is worried about his seat.

June 8th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 8 Comments

6/8 Ups & Downs

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is riding high this week, while Lou Barletta missteps on the Trump-Eagles fight. Plus, a Pennsylvania columnist comes out on top. See who made this week’s Ups & Downs!

June 8th, 2018 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 4 Comments

6/8 PoliticsPA Playbook

  Critics say the Post-Gazette’s decision to not publish work drawn by its popular editorial cartoonist may just be the latest in a local news trend muffling anti-GOP views. And don’t forget to check back later for the rest of this week’s Ups & Downs! Local News Seems to be Punching Left While many journalists […]

June 8th, 2018 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook, Top Stories | No Comments

Judge Rules for Philadelphia In Sanctuary City Dispute

The city of Philadelphia scored a major victory Wednesday, with a federal judge ruling in favor of its so-called “sanctuary city” status and delivering a major blow to the Trump administration. The city sued after federal officials threatened to cut off about $1.5 million in federal grant funding for not sufficiently cooperating with immigration agencies.

June 6th, 2018 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Judicial, Top Stories | 9 Comments

Voter Files FEC Complaint Against Wallace

A Red Lion voter has made official a campaign finance complaint alleging the Democratic nominee did not file timely paperwork for a television ad. Wallace campaign officials called the complaint frivolous and accused Republicans of trying to distract from poor poll numbers.

June 5th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories | 10 Comments

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