PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 9/14 Edition
The President is giving his “back to school” speech in Philly, Corbett and Onorato will share a stage, and Harrisburg is being sued for its incinerator debt. Good Tuesday morning and welcome to the Buzz where were getting whiplash from all the high profile politicos crisscrossing the state.
On the trail
President Obama will be in Philly, speaking at Masterman High School, where he will be giving his “back to school” speech, televised in many schools around the country.
Tom Corbett and Dan Onorato will be appearing on the same stage at an education forum inside the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
The Post-Gazette launched an in-depth series about how Allegheny County contractors intersect with politics and government.
The Inquirer gives rave reviews to Bill Clinton after the campaign event for Dan Onorato.
Bill Clinton also came out hard charging for the Dems at a Sestak fundraiser.
Inquirer: Britain’s Tony Blair gets 2010 Liberty Medal
Inquirer: Masterman atwitter in anticipation of Obama
PA2010.com: Labor targets Toomey, Pa. House races in mail campaign
PA2010.com: Another big gun coming to town, the Minority Whip of the U.S. House, Rep. Cantor is going to fundraise for Pat Meehan.
Times-Tribune: Dems ask stations to remove anti-Kanjorski ad
PA2010.com: Dems claim seven-point edge for Critz
Patriot-News: Believe it or not, Rep. Platts had a debate last night
Patriot-News: Lawsuits intensify fight over city’s incinerator debt
Inquirer: Mayor Nutter is likely to face a primary foe
Patriot-News: State tracks anti-Marcellus Shale drilling groups; notifies law enforcement
Times-Tribune: Oct. 12 vote set on gas well regulation
Post-Gazette: City’s redesigned website rollout starts Tuesday
Ronnie Polaneczky: Prez at Masterman: Unreal choice
Patriot-News: Bush tax cuts: Extend them for most Americans