Statewide, Regional Fraternal Order of Police Endorse Meehan

Statewide, Regional Fraternal Order of Police Endorse Meehan Highlight Pat Meehan’s law enforcement record, fight against corruption SPRINGFIELD, PA – Statewide and local law enforcement personnel from the Pennsylvania State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police and Delaware County Fraternal Order of Police officially announced their endorsement today of former U.S. Attorney and District Attorney Pat […]

October 18th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments

Gas Drilling Industry Spent $379,500 on the PA Governors Race in 97 Days

Gas Drilling Industry Spent $379,500 on the PA Governors Race in 97 Days Corbett Received $334,500; Onorato Received $45,000 Harrisburg – MarcellusMoney.org, a project of Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania (CVPA) and Common Cause PA, tracks campaign contributions from natural gas industry PACs and executives to candidates for Pennsylvania state office.  Today, MarcellusMoney.org released the gas […]

October 18th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments

Fitzpatrick Offers Solutions, Murphy Offers More Rhetoric

Fitzpatrick Offers Solutions, Murphy Offers More Rhetoric Third debate shows stark contrast between candidates DOYLESTOWN, Pa–In their third debate of the campaign, Mike Fitzpatrick continued to offer pro-growth solutions to grow the economy and create jobs.  Meanwhile Patrick Murphy offered nothing but rhetoric and distortions.  The debate sponsored by the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce […]

October 18th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments

Onorato Unveils ‘Soldiers to Honor Students’ Economic Development Initiative

Onorato Unveils ‘Soldiers to Honor Students’ Economic Development Initiative Democratic gubernatorial nominee says plan will honor veterans, grow Pennsylvania’s economy pittsburgh: Speaking at Pittsburgh’s historic Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dan Onorato today outlined an economic development plan for Pennsylvania that honors the service of our veterans and returning service-members. “World War […]

October 18th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments

PoliticsPA’s Up & Down: 10/15 Edition

We have a packed Up & Down this week. We wonder if Joe Sestak is on the rise and Mayor Ravenstahl had a tough blow that he could not be in the city to respond to. Gov. Rendell keeps on fighting while State Rep. Galloway had his youtube moment and State Sen. Browne engaged in the usual Harrisburg bickering. Pat Meehan ducked a debate and Rep. Dahlkemper is wondering where all the love went. Finally, what’s with Dee Adcock’s press releases.

October 15th, 2010 | Posted in Features | No Comments

NYT Analysis: Second Sestak Comeback Unlikely

There’s been some excitement this week about Pennsylvania, where two internal polls commissioned by Democrats show a tight Senate race. One of the polls actually puts their candidate, Joe Sestak, ahead by 3 points; the other has him 1 point behind Pat Toomey.  On the other hand, Rasmussen Reports provides for a buzzkill of sorts, […]

October 15th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments