Month: January 2013

1/17 Morning Buzz

Gov. Corbett is making an active PR campaign so far in 2013. Next on the list: his transportation package. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz.

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GOP Taps Tate for DePasquale Seat

Republicans face an uphill challenge in their effort to flip the state House seat of Pa.’s new Auditor General Eugene DePasquale. But they’ve chosen the man who will give it a shot: Bryan Tate.

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Corbett Opens 2013 With PR Push

Facing a make-or-break year for legislative accomplishments, Governor Tom Corbett has embarked on a public relations push. His main tactic: One-on-one interviews.

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Pa. Republicans Split on Sandy Relief

Pa.’s Republican delegation split 7-6 against the Sandy relief bill on Tuesday, with every Congressman west of the Susquehanna voting no and all but one in eastern Pa. voting yea.

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Ravenstahl Maintains Fundraising Lead: $782K on Hand

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl started off 2013 with a fundraising lead, his campaign announced Tuesday. He has $781,500 on hand, hundreds of thousands more than his nearest opponent. And the primary is getting more crowded with the entry of Michael Lamb today.

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1/16 Morning Buzz

We’re caught up from the oath-a-palooza, and Pa. has a trio of new Democratic statewide officials. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz.

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McCord Begins Second Term

Pa. Treasurer Rob McCord completed the trio of statewide Democrats who took the oath of office today. In his case, it’s the second time.

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