Month: July 2012

Three PA House Races Among Top in U.S.

Three PA districts: the 12th, 8th and 6th, were included in a National Journal report listing the 75 House districts expected to be the most highly competitive in the country – meaning those that could experience a shift in partisan control come Election Day.

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American Crossroads Ad Uses Rendell, Won’t Air In PA

As speculation grows over Mitt Romney’s severance with Bain Capital, pro-Romney super PAC American Crossroads has released a new ad in 11 swing states attacking the President’s campaign tactics, with a little help from former Gov. Rendell. The twist? The ad won’t air in PA.

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Department of State To Release Voter ID Card

Pennsylvania election officials are set to release a “Department of State voter ID card,” aimed at making it easier for those who have had difficulty obtaining proper ID in order to comply with the state’s Voter ID law.

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7/20 Ups & Downs

It’s been a busy week in Pennsylvania politics. See who did well, and who wishes they could take it back.

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7/20 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos, here’s the buzz. Gerber announces he won’t seek re-election; allegations of voter fraud in Philly; and the fight continues over Daylin Leach said or did not say at a Jewish Americans for Obama rally Monday night.

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Dems on the Attack Over Romney’s Tax Returns

The mayors of seven prominent PA cities, including Michael Nutter of Philadelphia, signed their names to a letter asking Romney for greater transparency regarding his tax returns. RNC Chair Reince Priebus said Dems are focusing on the issue to distract from more important ones.

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AG Candidates Split on Grand Jury Approach for Sandusky

PA’s AG candidates have staked out their positions on the handling of the Sandusky-Penn State scandal investigation. Republican David Freed praised the work of those involved, while Kathleen Kane criticized the use of a grand jury, which she said slowed the investigation.

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Breaking: Gerber Won’t Seek Reelection

State Rep. Mike Gerber (D-Montgomery) will resign his seat at the end of this term, the lawmaker said Thursday. He has served since his election in 2004 and last cycle chaired the House Democratic Campaign Committee. He has accepted a position at the investment firm Franklin Square Capital Partners.

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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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