The Hill’s annual “50 Most Beautiful” list includes Rep. Joe Pitts staffer Brian Bosak, a legislative assistant who handles business, financial and values issues. Though not a PA native, Bosak represents the Keystone State well. Two others who called PA home also made the list.
Damn the context, full speed ahead! The Romney campaign and Republicans continued their assault on President Obama’s recent “you didn’t build that” remarks in the state Capitol and across PA via a series of press conferences featured candidates and business owners.
New information compiled by the AFL-CIO shows that not only do more than 1 percent of people lack ID, as previously estimated by the Corbett administration, but that the number may be even higher than the 9.2 percent estimate: as high as 20 percent, or 1.6 million voters.
Larry Maggi’s campaign has made time for TV, reserving $495,000 in air time this fall in the Pittsburgh market. Maggi is challenging GOP Rep. Tim Murphy in PA-18. Murphy has over $1M on hand to use, although he has not yet announced plans for an ad campaign.
Green VP candidate Cheri Honkala calls Pennsylvania home, but that won’t be enough for the Green Party to get on the ballot. With state law requires roughly 10 times the number of petition signatures, Honkala and presidential candidate Jill Stein are facing an uphill battle.