Month: September 2012

Rothfus Poll: PA-12 Race a Dead Heat

Pa.’s top congressional race is getting even closer. Keith Rothfus and Rep. Mark Critz are tied at 38 percent apiece, according to an internal poll commissioned by Rothfus’s campaign.

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Tea Party Group Drops $200K+ for Smith

In an effort to support Republican Senate candidate Tom Smith, a Tea Party super PAC has put $150,000 into voter identification phone calls. Their goal: gather more information on potential Smith voters in an attempt to get more potential ballots cast for Smith over Sen. Bob Casey.

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Kane Raising; $1.77 Mil Since Primary Update: Freed Raised $869K

Kathleen Kane, the Democratic candidate for Pa. Attorney General, has raised $1.77 million since the April primary. That includes $300K since the recent flap over a GOP attack ad. Kane has $1.44 million cash on hand. Update: Republican Dave Freed raised $869,000 and has $1.02 million on hand.

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Is PA-10 Competitive?

Pike County businessman Phil Scollo is battling both redistricting and the advantage of incubency. But the Democrat challenging freshman Rep. Tom Marino (R-Lycoming) says his race is among the more competitive in Pa.

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PennDOT: Your One Stop Shop for Voter ID

The Pennsylvania Departments of State and Transportation announced today that voter IDs will conveniently be available in one visit to PennDOT, a measure that could’ve spared proponents of the law some of the challenges they are facing today in court.

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Trib Poll: Casey 46, Smith 41

Tom Smith is gaining on Sen. Bob Casey according a poll commissioned by The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The Democratic Senator leads the Republican former coal miner 46 percent to 41.

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9/25 Morning Buzz

Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz. Voter ID is back in court today. The Kane TV ad saga continues; new polls on the presidential and U.S. Senate contests; Larry Maggi goes on TV; and the NRCC takes another swipe at Mark Critz.

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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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