Month: October 2011

GOP Scores Redistricting Win

See which seats are moving where. Republicans scored a big victory today as the Chairman of the panel charged with drawing new legislative districts voted to advance preliminary maps drawn by the Republican caucuses.

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Key 2011 Local Fundraising Numbers

The countdown begins. There are only eight days left before the elections in Allegheny, Bucks and Montgomery counties and PoliticsPA gives you this look at the fundraising in PA’s top three local races.

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2011 Editorial Board Endorsement Roundup

With a week and a half before the election, editorial boards across the state are making their recommendations. Here’s a roundup of who earned the much-sought endorsements in the Sunday columns.

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10/31 Morning Buzz

Happy Halloween politicos, and welcome to the Buzz. We hope your power is on and your driveway clear. The Legislative Reapportionment Commission meets today, possibly to unveil the new Pa. legislative maps. And the local 2011 races are heating up, too.

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Cancelled: Nutter Rally with Bill Clinton

Democratic supporters and Occupy Philadelphia protesters were disappointed Saturday afternoon to learn that Bill Clinton had cancelled a planned appearance with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter due to snowy weather.

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Tea Party Josh Shapiro?

Democrats Josh Shapiro and Leslie Richards have hammered Montgomery County Commissioner opponent Jenny Brown as, “the only candidate who met with the Tea Party.” But as it turns out, Shapiro met with a local Tea Party Group during his 2010 re-election campaign.

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Race to Watch: Philly D10 City Councilman

The campaign for District 10 Councilman in northeast Philadelphia – represented by Republican Brian O’Neill- has become the hottest race in the city this fall. He and Democratic challenger Bill Rubin are on the attack.

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10/28 Ups & Downs

Lots of 2011 endorsements in Pa. newspapers this week; a redistricting-themed ‘down’; and Occupy Pittsburgh doesn’t exactly impress.

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