5/3 PoliticsPA Playbook

PA-state-flag6We map out the PA-8 and PA-2 Democratic primaries, a Rendell aide pleads guilty to wire fraud while the Dems go after Toomey. Good morning politicos, here’s the Playbook!

Maps: PA-8 2016 Democratic Primary: How Santarsiero’s primary victory provides a blueprint to winning in November.

Former Rendell Aide to Plead Guilty to Wire Fraud: John Estey is the latest to be caught in the FBI’s political corruption probe.

Map: PA-2 Democratic Primary: A look at the results in the PA-2 Democratic contest.

Kenney Forum Shut Down After Protests (VIDEO): The event was part of the Philly Mayor’s effort to explain his “stop-and-frisk” policy.

PA-Sen: Dems Assert Toomey is the Real Revolving Door Candidate (VIDEO): The war of words in the Senate race is already heating up.

State House Sound Bites: Advocates want a permanent education funding formula
Capitolwire: New budget season revives a familiar education bill
PA Watchdog: Nurse practitioners want freedom to practice without expensive physician oversight

Inquirer: Jury selection begins in Fattah’s corruption trial
Inquirer: Council candidate Morales’ campaign violated finance law
Philadelphia Weekly: The 420 Issue: so you want to open a dispensary?
KYW: Biden, Trump to attend same event in Philly

Mercury News: No Keim Street Bridge Work Until 2019
Montgomery Media: Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro wins Democratic primary for AG
Daily Local News: Downingtown-Thorndale Regional Chamber of Commerce hosts 2016 awards
Daily Local News: Chester County Long Term Recovery Committee announces new project

Observer Reporter: Pittsburgh schools to hold workshop on transgender Plan
Post-Gazette: Prosecutors assail AG Kane’s bid to drop charges
KDKA: Immigration Rally Held In Beechview
WESA: City Revenues Up, But Pension And Debt Costs Linger
WESA: Right-Wing Group Chalks Up More Election Wins
Tribune Review: ICA picks interim director committed to ‘openness, transparency’
Tribune Review: Penn-Trafford adopts tentative budget containing tax increase

Beaver County Times: Midland water authority begins process of building its own water intake system
Beaver County Times: Beaver County Treasurer Connie Javens, daughter say they were defamed by blog posts
Tribune-Democrat: Next budget battle may be worse than the last, says auditor general

Times Leader: With two months left in year, districts finally get state budget figure
Citizens Voice: Region’s national parks have big economic impact
Standard Speaker: Is Pa. holding a losing hand?
Pocono Record: 70 mph speed limit on 1,000 miles of Pa. roads

South Central
Patriot News: Leaders of $12 billion Hershey Trust in Pa. Attorney General’s crosshairs
Patriot News: Bill that lets ‘God’ back in school on its way to state Senate for consideration
Patriot News: Long term Congressman Chaka Fattah reflects on successes ahead of mid-May trial
LancasterOnline: Trump’s rise is driving immigrants to become citizens
LancasterOnline: Pennsylvania is expanding its 70 mph zones
Lebanon Daily News: Lancaster County Conservancy revamps land efforts

Lehigh Valley
Reading Eagle: Throngs of Berks students ‘feel the Bern’ at local rally
Reading Eagle: Reading City Council president on downtown: ‘We’ve got nothing.’
WFMZ: Palmer eyes Pittsburgh firm for its new comprehensive plan

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: Benner Township residents turn to supervisors for help
Sun Gazette: Investors at powerhouse financial firm reject climate change report
Sun Gazette: Cruz-Fiorina: Good idea, bad timing
Erie Times-News: Funding and resources provided for educators

Times Tribune: Right call to forgo appeal
Pocono Record: Air quality: Better, but not good enough
Post-Gazette: Parking privileges: The city and county got too loose with a lot
York Dispatch: Bernie Nation can’t get behind Hillary Clinton
Inquirer: Ensuring truckers are awake at the wheel
Patriot-News: So which America do you want to make great again?

Citified: Ethics Board fines Two PACs That Supported Manny Morales
Citified: Social Justice Activists Clash With Kenney Over Stop-and-Frisk
LuLac Political Letter: Why Katie McGinty

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  1. OK. I managed to make sure I let Levant’s other client – Tyron Ali – keep the $400K he stole from PA taxpayers (note that I am also Levant’s client).

    I made sure I covered-up my use of State computers on racist material (at least for a while until Kane EXPOSED me).

    Me and Levant are now suing the AG’s Office for more taxpayer $$$.

    I got Seth Williams (idiot) to help me smear AG Kane.

    I got Seth Williams (moron) to hire Levant’s wife to a newly created position. A job she is not qualified for.

    I got Seth Williams (fool) to get rid of his First Assistant (the one that wanted me fired – along with the rest of the legal community and civilized people everywhere).

    And now I got Seth Williams (buffoon) to promote my guy – Claude Thomas – to supervise a bunch of fine law enforcement people who have been with the DA’s Office for tens of years. Oh yeah — Claude Thomas is suing the AG’s Office for money too.

    This is AWESOME … at least til we all get arrested!!

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