Month: June 2018

6/12 PoliticsPA Playbook

The DCCC launched a new online ad campaign in PA-1 and PA-17, and guest contributor Louis Jacobson gives us an updated, post-primary congressional vulnerability ranking. Good morning, politicos, here’s the Playbook

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DCCC Digital Ad Buy Attacks GOP Over ACA in PA-1 and PA-17

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is targeting two vulnerable Pennsylvania congressional seats in part of a nationwide ad buy criticizing Republicans for efforts to weaken the Affordable Care Act. The Facebook ad buys in PA-1 and PA-17 were announced Monday afternoon by the DCCC as an answer to the U.S. Department of Justice’s decision last week to not defend one of the law’s most popular provisions in federal court.

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6/11 PoliticsPA Playbook

We’ve got Friday’s Ups & Downs and input from both campaigns on Congressman Mike Kelly’s three-debate proposal for this fall. And ICYMI, our analysis on how some local news organizations are handling criticism from the left in their coverage.

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Kelly asks DiNicola for three debates

Republican Congressman Mike Kelly has offered up three debates to challenger Ron DiNicola this October. The Kelly campaign said it’s all about reaching voters, but the DiNicola campaign said the move is a sign that Kelly is worried about his seat.

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6/8 Ups & Downs

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is riding high this week, while Lou Barletta missteps on the Trump-Eagles fight. Plus, a Pennsylvania columnist comes out on top. See who made this week’s Ups & Downs!

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6/8 PoliticsPA Playbook

  Critics say the Post-Gazette’s decision to not publish work drawn by its popular editorial cartoonist may just be the latest in a local news

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Local News Seems to be Punching Left

While many journalists can expect to have disagreements with their editors, the recent and more heavy-handed influence from above has some wondering whether liberal voices are being driven out of even traditionally left-of-center outlets.

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  • Do You Agree With the Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade?

    • No. (50%)
    • Yes. (47%)
    • Not Sure (3%)

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