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Month: June 2018

NRCC Upgrades Two to “Young Guns”

The National Republican Congressional Committee added two Pennsylvania candidates to its “Young Guns” program, signifying the races are competitive and warrant full party support.

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6/29 Ups & Downs

In the battle of east versus west, Philadelphia definitely won out this week. Though when it comes to redistricting reform, we’re all losers. See who had a good week, and who did not, in this week’s edition of the Ups & Downs!

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6/29 PoliticsPA Playbook

The Capitol will likely be quiet for awhile, as many bills hover in limbo during summer break. But we’re going to keep busy, so don’t forget to check back later for this week’s Ups & Downs. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook!

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Gerrymandering Fix Unlikely Before Deadline

A deadline to change the way Pennsylvania draws its legislative maps in time for 2021 redistricting is fast approaching, but it seems school’s out for summer. The state House adjourned Monday, leaving in limbo a handful of important legislation — among them a Senate-approved bill to create an independent commission purported to eliminate gerrymandering.

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6/28 PoliticsPA Playbook

We’ve got a second poll this month showing Gov. Wolf and Sen. Casey with comfortable leads over their Republican challengers. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook:

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6/26 PoliticsPA Playbook

A state Rep. is stepping down this summer, and the vice president returned to Pennsylvania to back another Republican campaign. And ICYMI, last week’s Ups & Downs, and Wagner’s continued push for a rigorous debate schedule. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook!

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Pence Returns to Pa. for Rothfus

Less than a week after he appeared in Philadelphia to give the nod to gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner, Vice President Mike Pence returned to the commonwealth to stump for another Republican.

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  • Understanding that basic education funding should/will be first, what should be the next highest priority for the General Assembly?

    • Raising The Minimum Wage (25%)
    • Legalizing Adult-Use Marijuana (24%)
    • None of the above. Something Else. (20%)
    • Economic Development (14%)
    • Higher Education (8%)
    • Public Transportation (8%)
    • Workforce Opportunities and Innovation (2%)

    Total Voters: 51

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