Month: February 2022

McSwain and Commonwealth Partners. Perfect Together?

The Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs. Simply put, the group could be a deciding factor in the race for the governor’s mansion in Harrisburg. And after interviewing almost all of the Republican candidates for governor, Commonwealth Partners has thrown its considerable weight in the direction of Bill McSwain.

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February 8th Playbook

McCullough’s map goes to the Supreme Court. The State GOP says no endorsements for you. It’s Budget Proposal day for the Governor. And could marijuana become legal in the Commonwealth? Here is the Playbook.

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Special Master Chooses Republican Congressional Map

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Justice Patricia McCullough, designated as a special master for the Supreme Court, today selected a congressional redistricting map approved by the Republican-held legislature to move forward. The map, referred to as HB 2146, was vetoed when it arrived on the desk of Governor Tom Wolf on January 26.

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State GOP Opts Out of Endorsing Candidates

Not today. That was the message that the Republican State Committee sent to its marquee field of candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and U.S. Senate who came looking for an endorsement.

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February 7th Playbook

Conor Lamb joins the pod. Val Arkoosh is out. The GOP says no press and no endorsements. Maps are approved. Lanco selects a new commissioner. Here is the Playbook.

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Podcast: Conor Lamb, In-Depth

In the latest episode of the PoliticsPA Podcast, Democratic Congressman and U.S. Senate candidate Conor Lamb opens up about a range of topics. The 37-year-old

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Ups and Downs

Exhale. What a week! Campaign finance reports are out. Appointments are made. The state House and Senate maps are approved. The courts … oh those courts. Phil saw his shadow. And Gritty is in a better mood. All this and more … in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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Benninghoff Proposes 11th Hour Map Amendment

Earlier today, Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin) released an amendment he will be making to the final House map offered by the chairman of the Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

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Arkoosh Bows Out of Senate Race

Val Arkoosh, chair of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners, has suspended her campaign for the Democratic nomination for the open Pennsylvania U.S. Senate seat.

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  • Will Doug Mastriano Run For U.S. Senate?

    • No. Not Enough Support From Mainstream GOP. (91%)
    • Yes. Let Doug Be Doug. (9%)

    Total Voters: 892

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