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Joe Miller Com Director Joins Scaringi Campaign

Joe Miller shocked the Republican establishment last year with his long-shot primary victory over incumbent Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski. Senate Candidate Marc Scaringi is hoping to capture some of the magic. Scaringi this week welcomed Miller Communications Director Randy DeSoto to his campaign.

August 12th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Senate | No Comments

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8/12 Morning Buzz

Team Scaringi has an interesting new addition; TV ads air against Pat Meehan; Toomey signals openness to compromise; and the “kids for cash” judge gets 28 years.

August 12th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook | No Comments

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Toomey Signals Super Committee Bipartisanship

During the debt ceiling debate Senator Pat Toomey filled the role of the partisan warrior — vigorously advocating for hard line fiscal conservative principles. During a conference call with reporters yesterday, Toomey indicated that on the “super committee” he would be open to pursue a sort of grand bargain.

August 11th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments

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Redistrict Philadelphia, And Win!

Several organizations with their home base in Philadelphia have joined together and invite the public to take part in a contest to “Fix Philly Districts.” The creator of the best redistricted map will be rewarded a $500 cash prize; four runner-ups will be rewarded with an Amazon Kindle.

August 11th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Redistricting Watch | No Comments

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Vickers: Obama Re-elect Hinges on PA

The Patriot News’ Robert Vickers takes a look at President Obama’s 2012 odds in Pennsylvania, along with the possibility of a fractured Democratic party. It includes interviews of some major D figures in the state, a look at Casey’s role in Obama’s re-elect, and a portrait of Organizing for America.

August 10th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Senate | 4 Comments

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