Month: December 2011

12/14 Morning Buzz: Redistricting Roundup

At long last we have a new congressional map to look at, and it’s a work of art. Specifically, a Jackson Pollock painting. Here is PoliticsPA’s special coverage of the redistricting plan, from soup to nuts.

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Barletta Challenger Vinsko Vows to Stay in

Bill Vinsko was one of Democrats’ top recruits for 2012, but in the new congressional map he doesn’t even live in Rep. Lou Barletta’s district. He vowed to stay in the race despite the redistricting setback.

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Dems Decry GOP Gerrymandering

The current iteration of Pa-12, the one carved for Rep. Jack Murtha in 2001, is routinely cited as one of the most egregious examples of partisan gerrymandering in the nation. Republicans have outdone themselves with Rep. Pat Meehan’s new 7th district, which looks like it was drawn up by Jackson Pollock.

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Altmire, Critz Gear Up for Primary Fight

Jason Altmire and Mark Critz will face off in a widely anticipated primary battle. PoliticsPA got reactions from them, as well as prospective GOP candidates Jim Christiana and Keith Rothfus.

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Pa’s New Congressional Maps

Here is the new Congressional map and the changes it will make pending approval by the majority Republican Pa. House, Pa. Senate and Governor Tom Corbett.

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PA Dems Denounce Redistricting Delays

Pennsylvania Democrats know they can look forward to a revised congressional map likely to make it difficult for their party to retake a majority of the state’s congressional seats. It turns out they’re not happy with the timing either.

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