Month: August 2019

August 30th Ups & Downs

The collaborative effort of a newsroom holding Harrisburg accountable is announced, a Congressman and county party unfairly accuse a local paper of being a fake news corporation, and a trending GOP county fails to field a candidate for Coroner. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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August 30th Playbook

The RNC Chair touted President Donald Trump’s economic policies in a roundtable event in Philly. The Washington Post places Rep. Scott Perry’s seat on a list of top 10 most likely to flip in 2020. Here is the Playbook.

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August 29th Playbook

Speaker Mike Turzai proposes a school voucher program for Harrisburg School families, while Sen. Bob Casey and Gov. Tom Wolf participate in a healthcare rally. Here is the Playbook.

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August 28th Playbook

Two ads in the state target Sen. Pat Toomey over a bill addressing prescription drug pricing. Here is the Playbook.

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Dueling Ads Target Toomey on Drug Prices

A 30 second television ad accuses Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) of opposing lower drug prices and “working for the drug companies.” A minute long radio spot lauds Toomey for standing up for “conservative free market principles” that is a patient centric approach.

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August 27th Playbook

Former state Rep. Brian Ellis will not be charged over a sexual assault claim. Sen. Bernie Sanders receives a union endorsement during a campaign stop in Pittsburgh. Here is the Playbook.

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