PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 10/20 Edition
Two polls in 24 hours confirm the Sestak upward trend we have been seeing, just in time for Sestak and Toomey to debate tonight and Bryan Lentz came clean yesterday about his role in getting a third party candidate on the ballot. Good Wednesday morning and welcome to the Buzz.
On the trail
Sestak and Toomey will debate in Philadelphia tonight. George Stephanopoulos, co-anchor of “Good Morning America”, will moderate the debate.
Sen. Durbin (D-IL) will be watching the Senate debate with supporters at an event in Philadelphia. Durbin will also campaign for Rep. Murphy in Bristol.
PoliticsPA: Another Poll Has Sestak Up On Toomey
Newsweek: Why are Democrats down in Pennsylvania?
Early Returns: ABC News: Senate race moves left
Morning Call: Poll: Joe Sestak Overtakes Pat Toomey
AP: Toomey runs with tea party support, establishment support
AP: Pollsters: Onorato won final Pa. Governor debate
Post-Gazette: Corbett endorses privatizing liquor stores
Daily News: Corbett leads everyone in gas-industry donations
Fox Philadelphia: Poll: Corbett Up 14 Points On Onorato
Early Returns: PA needs Raese?
PhillyClout: NJ Gov. Christie Stumps for Corbett at Irish Pub
Valley News Dispatch: Wife of Dan Onorato campaigns in the valley
CQ-Roll Call: Majority Leader Hoyer campaigned for Rep. Critz today and he said that the Dems would keep control of the House and Pelosi had enough votes to remain speaker
Inquirer: Democrat Bryan Lentz admits his role in helping third candidate
Inquirer: Cancer-free, Mike Fitzpatrick works on a political comeback
Inquirer: In Pennsylvania’s eighth district, Murphy not overconfident about Fitzpatrick
Inquirer: Rendell asks for counterproposal on gas tax plan
John Baer: That gut-gnaw: It’s the election. Oh, it’s Pennsylvania, too
Times-Tribune: State should push for regional cops