Month: April 2020

Pro-Biden Group Announces Fall TV Ad Buy in PA

Priorities USA announced that it plans to spend $13 million on television boosting former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign in the Pittsburgh, Harrisburg – Lancaster – Lebanon – York, Wilkes-Barre – Scranton, and Johnstown – Altoona media markets.

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April 22nd Playbook

The DNC and the Pennsylvania Democratic Party have teamed up to launch a text campaign to contact over 400,000 voters in the state in an effort to boost vote-by-mail. Here is the Playbook.

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April 21st Playbook

Politico changes the rating for PA’s 1st Congressional District from Toss-Up to Leans Republican, while Sen. Pat Toomey is selected to serve on an economic oversight committee. Here is the Playbook.

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April 20th Playbook

An anti-shutdown protest that will include speeches from a few elected officials is slated to take place in Harrisburg today. Here is the Playbook.

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April 17th Ups & Downs

Lawmakers in Harrisburg are divided about whether to open up the state’s economy or not, a longtime editor in the Philly suburbs announces his retirement, plus a GOP Congressman receives an endorsement from an environmental group. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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April 17th Playbook

Both a House Democratic super PAC and House GOP super PAC announced their intentions to spend millions of dollars in ads in the fall in Pennsylvania. Here is the Playbook.

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