Month: June 2012

Quinnipiac Poll: Obama 45, Romney 39

The Presidential contest in PA has steadied according to the latest poll by Quinnipiac. Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney by 6 points, similar to the firm’s findings in mid-June (Obama 46, Romney 40) and May (Obama 47, Romney 39).

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AG Candidates Zero in on Sandusky

With the Sandusky verdict fresh in everyone’s minds, the two Attorney General candidates have been swift in commending the jury, and also making their own promises to improve child-abuse case investigations.

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National Progressive PAC Backs Strader Against Pitts

Blue America, a progressive PAC, will formally endorse challenger Aryanna Strader tomorrow against incumbent Rep. Joe Pitts in PA’s 16th district.  The group channels donors and grassroots supporters nationwide to help the candidates it supports.

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6/26 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos, here’s the buzz. Mike Turzai says Voter ID will help Romney win PA; Sturla plans to host a Hunger Games-themed fundraiser; Boockvar accuses Fitzpatrick of fighting a war on women; and Obama fires back at his attackers for “doing fine” gaffe.

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Reader Poll: Will the State Pass its Budget On Time?

With the June 30 deadline looming, and Gov. Corbett having promised state Republicans an on-time budget at their committee meeting over the weekend, the pressure is on for the GOP-controlled legislature to pass a budget for the Governor to sign before the week is up.

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Poll Results: Court Will Shoot Down Individual Mandate

With a Supreme Court decision expected by Thursday, our reader poll results are more relevant than ever. With 473 people participating, the consensus is that the court will strike down Obamacare’s individual mandate, but not the entire law.

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Turzai: Voter ID Law Means Romney Can Win PA

Speaking at the Republican state committee meeting Saturday, House Majority Leader Mike Turzai said that Voter ID will “allow Governor Romney to win” Pennsylvania as he ticked off a list of GOP accomplishments in Harrisburg.

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  • Do You Agree With the Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade?

    • No. (50%)
    • Yes. (47%)
    • Not Sure (3%)

    Total Voters: 109

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