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Month: September 2011

Poll: After Flooding Crisis, a Big Boost for Corbett

Tom Corbett handling of the recent flooding crisis has earned the Governor a significant boost in job approval, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. He enjoys a favorable job performance rating by a margin of 50 percent to 32 percent, a net gain of ten points from August.

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9/29 Morning Buzz

Quinnipiac poll tidbits galore; more Electoral College updates; and Dick Morris for Tim Burns.

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Dick Morris Gives Tim Burns a PA-Sen Shoutout

Tim Burns hasn’t yet decided on a U.S. Senate bid, but he’s already drawing a bit of national support. Conservative pundit Dick Morris singled out Burns for a brief shoutout this week in a post about Republican chances of retaking the U.S. Senate.

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Poll: Perry Up, Electoral College Plan Down

A Quinnipiac poll released this morning is a veritable grab bag of interesting tidbits. PA voters aren’t keen on the proposed changes to the electoral college; Obama’s PA disapproval is still above 50 percent, but he defeats all Republicans in head-to-head matchups; Bob Casey floating near the magic 50 percent number; and Perry is on the rise.

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9/28 Morning Buzz

Tom Smith is in for Senate; Dan McCaffery is in for AG; Vernon releases an internal poll; PA Reps want to sue Corbett; the FEC fines Callahan; and Casey may draw a primary challenge.

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A Primary Challenge for Casey?

Add another Tea Party name to the growing list of candidates for U.S. Senate, with a caveat: this one’s a Democrat and a former candidate for Congress.

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Vernon Campaign Releases Internal Poll for PA-Senate

Colonel John Vernon may be a new face on the political scene, but the results of an internal poll released today by his campaign show he has a profile that resonates with the GOP base. The survey also shows Casey below the magic 50 percent mark.

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