Month: February 2022

Hunting for RINOs

The RINO – Republican In Name Only. A common and potent term used by conservative Republicans who believe that a sitting officeholder or a candidate has fallen short of certain political ideals.

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School Boards Are Hot Spots for Nasty Politics

There was a time not so long ago when school board meetings were sparsely attended at best. Today, they are beginning to rival indoor scholastic championship sporting events in terms of number of spectators … and sometimes, they are just as vocal.

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Challenges Await New Candidates as Petition Period Shortens

Getting on the primary ballot has never been more difficult for aspiring candidates to statewide office. A Wolf administration proposal to shorten the petition period from 19 to 12 days raises the bar for political campaigns to obtain the necessary signatures to qualify for the May 17 ballot.

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February 21st Playbook

It’s Presidents Day. Bucks County’s Red Wave. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments on congressional districts ahead of a decision. Oz, McCormick, Sands bow out of GOP debate. THON raises $13.7 million. Here is the Playbook.

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Ups and Downs

As we round the corner and head toward President’s Weekend, we look back at the week that was. A look back at those who choose not to debate, to those who top a poll and to those who reorganize. We also acknowledge those who receive a notice from the Select Committee, a believer in the good of redistricting, judges who made their call, a newsroom in trouble, and a legislator supporting students. All this and more in our weekly Ups and Downs.

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February 18th Playbook

Supreme Court hears arguments on congressional maps. Oz, McCormick to skip ‘Nova debate. Commonwealth Court judge sets an end date for vote-by-mail. American Bridge targets election misinformation. Here is the Playbook.

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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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