Month: February 2022

February 4th Playbook

He has momentum from four caucus straw votes wins. So who is Dave White? Are political parties sitting out the primary chase? Lanco chooses a new commissioner today. Here is the Playbook.

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DelRosso Joins Lt. Governor Fray

Carrie Lewis DelRosso, the freshman state lawmaker from Oakmont, decided to tack from her House position and set her sights on the office of Lieutenant Governor.

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White, Bartos Win Again

The PA Republican Southeast Caucus met last evening and gave another straw vote win to Dave White. The businessman from Delaware County received 30 votes from the party faithful while Bill McSwain was second with 20.

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February 3rd Playbook

The PA Supreme Court steps into the fray on congressional redistricting. The State GOP Committee meets this weekend. Are there endorsements in their future? Ten laws you never knew were still on the books. Here is the Playbook.

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PA Supreme Court Takes On Congressional Redistricting

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will take over the congressional redistricting process after an order came down from the high court this afternoon. A lower court had been poised to select a new map from among 13 proposals this week because the normal redistricting process between the governor and state legislature had broken down.

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Will Anyone Receive Endorsements at This Weekend’s GOP Meeting?

The Pennsylvania Republican State Committee will hold its annual winter meeting this Saturday, February 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Wyndham Lancaster Resort and Convention Center. But with a myriad of candidates battling for coveted endorsements, is it possible for the committee to reach a majority decision?

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February 2nd Playbook

Millions of dollars pouring into the PA Senate race. Commonwealth Court judge says she’ll rule on congressional districts map soon – if the case isn’t taken from her. Punxsutawney Phil says six more weeks of winter. 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%)

    Total Voters: 109

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