Month: December 2011

12/13 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos, and welcome to the Buzz. It seems that today, finally, will be the day we get to see the revised congressional maps. Hallelujah!

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Vernon Ends Senate Bid

Army Colonel Ret. John Vernon, of Tioga County, announced that he will suspend his campaign for the U.S. Senate on Monday evening.

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Smith for Senate Moves into Brown-Castor Campaign Office

Tom Smith, the coal industry veteran and former Tea Party leader, is working to broaden his appeal in southeastern Pa. The Armstrong County native today announced that his campaign is opening a new office in Montgomery County, and bringing on Tom Stoner as SEPA Director.

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12/12 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos, and welcome to the buzz. Yet again, we’ll be waiting on congressional maps. Tomorrow, maybe?

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Asher Endorses Romney

It probably comes as little surprise – observers for months have said that Mitt Romney would be the strongest Republican presidential hopeful in the Philadelphia suburbs. SEPA political powerhouse Bob Asher has thrown his support behind the former Massachusetts Governor.

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12/9 Ups & Downs

U.S. Senate campaign and redistricting continue to drive the Ups & Downs, with one addition for obvious reasons.

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12/9 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos from the Amtrak to NYC. Welcome to the buzz. It’s finally here – Pa Society kicked off with a few events last night and comes into full swing starting this afternoon. Don’t forget to check out our Pa. Society Cheat Sheet, as well as our full list of events, and we’ll see you tonight.

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Specter, Sestak Agree: PA Tough for Obama

It’s a somewhat familiar trend: Pa. Democrat says President Obama will have a tougher time in the Keystone state this year compared to 2008, RNC and PAGOP forward the press clips. This week, they highlighted two former rivals: Arlen Specter and Joe Sestak.

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