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Dent Ducks Debate

Dent opposed funding for job training programs like the ones at Northampton Community College and now he won’t debate there BETHLEHEM, PA. – Today Bethlehem Mayor John Callahan was informed that Congressman Dent will not participate in a debate at Northampton Community College. Northampton CC has been a critical local resource for retraining workers for […]

September 8th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | 1 Comment

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Pat Toomey Receives Endorsement of Pennsylvania’s Fraternal Order of Police

Allentown – Today U.S. Senate candidate and former small business owner Pat Toomey received the endorsement of the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police, the largest law enforcement advocacy organization in Pennsylvania. Below are statements from Pat Toomey and Les Neri, the President of the Fraternal Order of Police for Pennsylvania’s State Lodge. “I am proud […]

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PA GOP Announces 45th State Senatorial District Conferee Meeting

HARRISBURG– The Republican Party of Pennsylvania (PA GOP) is pleased to release the names of the Republicans who will be serving as conferees to nominate a Republican candidate to run in the upcoming election in the 45th State Senatorial District. The conferee meeting will be held on Friday, September 10th, 2010 at 9:00 am at the […]

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Remarks of Chairman Tim Kaine in Philadelphia

Remarks of Chairman Tim Kaine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 8, 2010 As prepared for delivery Hello Democrats! Before I begin—let me offer my thanks to Governor Rendell for that introduction.   There is a small group of Americans who have achieved the hat trick of being mayor, Governor, and Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.  In fact, […]

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Corbett Investigating Opponent of Ally — But Won’t Investigate Ally?

Corbett Continues Pattern as He Investigates Independent Candidate Who Demanded Action on Alleged GOP Petition Fraud PITTSBURGH: Harrisburg Republican Tom Corbett added to the long list of political actions made by his Attorney General’s office today when his office announced it had opened an investigation into Jim Schneller, independent candidate for Congress in the 7th […]

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Joe Sestak Calls for Practical Solutions for America’s Workers

Criticizes Toomey’s Plan to Send American Jobs Overseas HARRISBURG, Pa. – – Joe Sestak today criticized Congressman Toomey for his recent book, The Road to Prosperity, which calls foreign export subsidies a “gift to the American consumer.” “Congressman Toomey may believe that foreign subsidies are a gift to the American consumer, but Pennsylvania’s workers understand that […]

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NEW WEBSITE: Meet Joe SaysTax Learn About Joe SaysTax at WWW.JoeSaysTax.Com

Allentown, PA – The campaign of U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey released a new website today to educate Pennsylvania voters about Congressman Joe Sestak’s tax-and-spend policies and how they have prevented the kind of job creation and economic recovery Pennsylvanians deserve. You can access the new web page by visiting this link: www.JoeSaysTax.com The website […]

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Joe Sestak: If at First You Don’t Succeed . . .Spend More Money

Allentown, PA – After voting for the $787 billion stimulus (RC #70, 02/13/09) and saying it should have been $1 TRILLION; and after voting for a second $150 billion stimulus (RC #991, 12/16/09), Congressman Sestak still thinks Washington needs to spend more of Pennsylvania’s hard-earned dollars. Yesterday, Congressman Sestak told the Christian Science Monitor that he […]

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President Obama, Joe Sestak Attempt To Launch Second Costly Stimulus After First Debacle Failed Pennsylvanians

WASHINGTON – As the Democrats desperately attempt to save their reelection chances this November, President Barack Obama and embattled U.S. Representative Joe Sestak (D-PA) are planning to force taxpayers to fork over even more of their hard-earned dollars in order to pay for another massive spending bill after their first $787 billion “stimulus” debacle failed […]

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