PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 12/22 Edition

Sen. Specter gave his farewell speech on the floor of the Senate yesterday and the U.S. Census released its initial Census information. Pa. is going to lose a seat in the U.S. House. Papers across the state want to know which congressional districts will be redrawn and in what way. Pat Meehan was named a subcommittee chairman; something very few freshman congressman are ever given the opportunity to do, Gov. Rendell is throwing a farewell party for himself and concern is growing about the finances of the Philadelphia school district. Good Wednesday morning and welcome to the Buzz, where we are putting the final touches on our list of the biggest rising stars in Pa. politics.

PoliticsPA Reports

PoliticsPA: Specter says farewell, gets right back to work

Inquirer: Text of Sen. Specter’s Farewell Speech

PoliticsPA: It’s official: Pa. to lose seat in Congress

Patriot-News: Could Rep. Holden’s district be at risk?

Daily News: Will the legislature change the congressional districts in Philly; push Rep. Schwartz out of the city’s boundaries?

Intelligencer: Will the number of congressman who represent Montgomery County be reduced?

Look for PoliticsPA’s 30 Under 30 later today…

Today’s Headlines

Patriot-News: Commentary: Arlen Specter will have floor for last time on bill for Holocaust survivors

Newsworks: Meehan gains Congressional clout

Inquirer: LCB has put wine kiosks on hold

Capitol Ideas: Corbett names Banking Secretary

PhillyClout: Nutter, regional leaders meet with Corbett

Tribune-Review: Rendell touts starting of casinos

Newsworks: Is Rendell hiding something?

Newsworks: Rendell’s farewell party in Philly

Times-News: AG’s office: ‘Insufficient evidence’ to pursue abuse of power charges against Erie County controller

Inquirer: State lawmaker asks for audit of Philadelphia school district

Daily News: Acting Pa. Education Secretary urges probe of Ackerman contract award

Intelligencer: Montgomery County government will shut down if budget not passed by Jan. 1

Newsworks: A Philly city council primary race is brewing

AP: 582 new area code in NW Pa.

Heard in City Hall: 8th ward leader likely to run for city election commission

Early Returns: Upper St. Clair native gets federal distinction

Today’s Opinions

Patriot-News: Mr. Compromise: Senator Arlen Specter wasn’t afraid to walk at his own beat

Times-News: Spartansburg, S.C. has lessons for Erie

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  • When Should The Special Elections For The PA House Be Held?


    • May 16, 2023 (Primary Day) (51%)
    • March, 2023 (47%)
    • April, 2023 (2%)

    Total Voters: 173

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