Month: April 2012

Romney Makes Final Pa. Primary Campaign Swing

With less than 24 hours remaining until Pennsylvania’s ballot booths open, Mitt Romney’s campaign made sure to hit Pennsylvania’s two major metropolises in a last-minute effort to sway voters. He is seeking to avoid a protest vote among Pa. voters.

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Shenanigans in HD-92

Charges of fraud and ethics violations fly in the GOP state House race that includes the son of a Harrisburg power-broker, the nephew of a state Senator and three others. Mike Regan blames Rocco Pugliese, the father of one of his opponents, for a mail piece from a newly formed PAC.

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Barletta Smiles on Romney

Rick Santorum hasn’t endorsed Mitt Romney yet, but one of his top PA backers has. The Romney camp rolled out the support of Rep. Lou Barletta Monday afternoon.

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Murphy Whacks Feinberg in Mailers

Rep. Tim Murphy and his campaign are confident of a win on Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean they’re giving challenger Evan Feinberg a free pass. In mailers and radio ads, they accuse Feinberg’s stridently conservative views of jeopardizing local interests.

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Campaigns Brace for Snow Storm

“When did Steve Welch get God’s endorsement?” quipped on GOP operative. After millions of dollars and months of hard campaigning, several high-profile races could come down to the weather.

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4/23 Morning Buzz

Any time we ever told you it was a busy day in politics, we were lying. The primary is REALLY heating up – here’s the latest news. We hope you had a more relaxing weekend than the Smith, Kane & Critz camps, as they nervously watch the winter storm move across western Pa.

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Cartwright: Holden Not Worried About Cancer

Matt Cartwright’s latest campaign mailing takes a harsh jab at Rep. Tim Holden, saying he isn’t worried about cancer. The piece that links Holden’s vote against Obamacare to the fact that he has the standard health plan for members of Congress.

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PA House & Senate Election Updates

TV ads, abortion, white nationalism, and more. Could election week get any crazier? There have been tons of updates from dozens of competitive state House and Senate primaries. Here’s the latest from races around the state.

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  • Will Doug Mastriano Run For U.S. Senate?

    • No. Not Enough Support From Mainstream GOP. (91%)
    • Yes. Let Doug Be Doug. (9%)

    Total Voters: 892

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