Month: June 2018

6/19 PoliticsPA Playbook

Talk around the U.S. Senate race zeroes in on Trump’s family separation policy, and former Governor Ed Rendell announced he is battling Parkinson’s Disease. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook.

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Casey, Barletta Weigh in on Trump Immigration Policy

An immigration policy that has separated thousands of children from their parents after they are detained at the U.S.-Mexico border has become a lightning for the Trump administration and his supporters. It has also become a major talking point in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race.

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6/18 PoliticsPA Playbook

Allegheny County’s Nancy Mills was chosen Saturday to lead the Pa. Dems for the next four years, after some brief speculation that there might not even be a vote. We’ve got a recap of last weekend’s GOP meeting, and, ICYMI, Friday’s Ups & Downs. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook.

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Dems Decide on Mills

The Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee on Saturday elected Nancy Mills of Allegheny County to a four-year term as chairwoman.

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DSC Roundup: The Campaign for Chair

Democratic State Committee officials have the chance to install a new leader for a four-year term today. The election would end months of uncertainty and provide stability in a crucial election year after the last several chairs have seen their terms end in controversy.

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PA GOP: Summit sets up Party for Successful Election Season

Republican Party officials declared last weekend’s summer committee meeting a success. The meeting was held from June 8 to 9 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Somerset County and featured the largest cohort of new members the party had ever seen, officials said.

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Updated: DCCC Inducts Two in “Red to Blue”

It’s a sign that Democrats view congressional districts PA-1 and PA-7 among the top races across the country. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced the addition of candidates Susan Wild and Scott Wallace to the committee’s “Red to Blue” Program.

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6/15 Ups & Downs

It’s been an interesting week, politicos. The Democrats busted out a new ad that’s not too shabby, and Senate Republicans scored a major victory. See who won, who lost and who had a week that was so-so.

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