Month: January 2011

Obama Wusses Out?

The White House announced today that President Obama’s visit to Penn State has been rescheduled to Thursday, February 3, due to inclement weather. Former Gov. Rendell wasn’t available for comment…

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PA GOP, PA Dems Play Softball Over Football

They may disagree on many issues, but the PA GOP and the PA Dems have one thing in common: they never let the opportunity for a good headline pass them by. PA’s political parties have joined forces to “take on” their counterparts in Wisconsin in a Super Bowl bet.

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The Fix: DCCC to Target Barletta, Fitzpatrick, Meehan

Lest anyone doubt Pennsylvania’s swing state status, check out this story from The Fix. The DCCC is targeting 19 districts around the country, doubling down on President Obama’s investment/spending plans. PA leads the nation in targeted districts, including Lou Barletta (R-11), Mike FItzpatrick (R-8) and Pat Meehan (R-7).

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Correction: Montco Executive Committee Endorses Castor, Brown

On January 28th, PoliticsPA mistakenly reported that the Montgomery County Republican Committee voted to endorse incumbent Bruce Castor and Lower Merion commissioner Jenny Brown for this year’s County Commissioners race. The vote reported was that of the Montgomery GOP’s Executive Committee.

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1/31 Morning Buzz

Obama’s coming to PSU, a showdown looms over the House GOP’s proposed rules changes, and don’t forget to check out our celebrity look-alikes.

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Fitzgerald Starts Off Allegheny County Exec Race With a Bang

Allegheny County Council President Rich Fitzgerald officially began his campaign for County Executive today with show of political force. Fitzgerald gathered with high-profile supporters at the Allegheny County Courthouse, including U.S. Represenative Mike Doyle.

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MontCo GOP Picks Castor, Jenny Brown for Commish

The Montgomery County Republican Committee has endorsed incumbent Commissioner Bruce Castor (no surprise), and Lower Merion Commissioner Jenny Brown. Incumbent Jim Matthews has said he would not seek re-election without an endorsement.

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