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Race for 10th District not following current trends

Race for 10th District not following current trends In this autumn of discontent, as Democrats across the country feel the gale-force effects of economic uncertainty and an unpopular legislative agenda, the race in the 10th Congressional District appears as something of an anomaly. Democratic incumbent Rep. Chris Carney has remained in a virtual dead heat […]

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Some campaigns have itchy “delete” finger on candidate Facebook accounts

Some campaigns have itchy “delete” finger on candidate Facebook accounts A weeklong Morning Call analysis shows some campaigns deleted dozens of opposing comments on their Facebook walls. By Andrew McGill, OF THE MORNING CALL 5:13 PM EDT, October 31, 2010 Like many out-of-work Americans, electrician Rob Snyder turned to Facebook to fill his time between […]

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Toomey appears ahead, Sestak not far back

For months, the trend lines hardly budged, but in the last few weeks, the polls tracking Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race have sent squiggly lines bouncing all over the charts: Democrat Joe Sestak takes a narrow lead. No, Republican Pat Toomey is ahead by a smidgen. Wait a minute, they’re tied. And then Toomey is back […]

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Western Pennsylvania lawmakers eye leadership positions

By The Associated Press Monday, November 1, 2010 HARRISBURG — You won’t see TV ads about them, but the votes for leadership positions in the Legislature that will follow Tuesday’s election will determine much of what will happen in Pennsylvania. The biggest race is the selection of the fourth speaker of the state House of […]

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Candidates canvass PA in final effort to reach voters

Monday, November 01, 2010 By James O’Toole, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Consider the plight of the candidate. Dan Onorato walked from table to table, amid the breakfast smells of Pamela’s, but he didn’t have time to pause for a single pancake. Mr. Onorato, the Democratic candidate for governor, joined Sen. Bob Casey in working the breakfast crowd […]

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Joe Sestak Rallies Bucks County to Fight for Change

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – U.S. Senate candidate Joe Sestak fired up voters in Bucks County today for the final push through Election Day. He urged supporters to leave no stone unturned in efforts to get out the vote on Tuesday and make sure Pennsylvanians know his record of fighting for working families and plans to support the […]

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Is Sarah Palin Recording Robo Calls to Help Pat Toomey? You Betcha!

Harrisburg, PA – Sarah Palin is again getting involved in the Pennsylvania Senate race, this time by sending out thousands of pre-recorded robo calls to encourage Pennsylvanians to vote for Pat Toomey and other Republicans on the ticket. “Pat Toomey is getting even more support from fellow extremist Sarah Palin,” said Mark Nicastre, a spokesman […]

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ICYMI: Inquirer Column Reminds Voters of Meehan’s Character and Record as Prosecutor

DREXEL HILL, PA – In case you missed it, a columnist with The Philadelphia Inquirer, opined about Pat Meehan’s strong character and record as a prosecutor.  Pat Meehan is the Republican candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District.  The column is below or clickHERE to read it on the Inquirer’s website: How can you vote for a guy […]

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Voters Have a Clear Choice Between Meehan and Lentz on Tuesday

DREXEL HILL, PA – On Tuesday, voters will go to the polls to cast a vote not just on the issues, but also on the character and integrity of the person they want representing them in Congress. “On the question of character the differences are clear: Pat Meehan has been recognized by both the Delaware County […]

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