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Corman Reverses Course; Stays in Governor Race

updated 5:20 p.m.


Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman (R-Centre) did a 360 today. The only question is will he hit the landing.

Earlier in the day, it was reported that the Senate President Pro Tempore was planning to withdraw from the gubernatorial race. Corman even filed with the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to remove his name from the ballot.

Later in the afternoon, he reversed course and announced his intention to remain in the contest.


Corman spent $2.3 million during the last quarter but has been unable to turn that investment into movement and support in recent polls.

The most recent Emerson College poll had Corman fifth among the nine candidates with five percent of the votes. When undecided voters were asked to select which candidate they might be leaning toward, Corman’s numbers rose to just 7.6 percent.


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16 Responses

  1. The thought of idiot Lou Barletta as the nominee is scary. The man is not smart. And he’s lazy as hell. Campaigns mostly in his own backyard. Even Rs will vote Shapiro if that fool gets the nod.

  2. Corman ain’t MAGA enough for me. I like that Gale guy or the Mastrianco guy

  3. Hmmm, the Huckabeast smells the stench of a criminal indictment coming for the alleged Insurrectionist.

  4. Problem with Corman is that he was in competition with Lou. Then you have Mastriano. Lucky for Shapiro the only candidate who could beat him is dropping out. Shapiro in a laugher over Lou or Mastriano.

      1. fake reply by impersonator. MAGA candidates are the only candidates I support.

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