PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 8/25 Edition
Tom Marino makes a bold statement in the 10th, Toomey leaves out some details, and Jason Altmire says he’ll stand up to part leadership. This is Wednesday’s Buzz.
On the trail:
Joe Sestak will be in Philadelphia talking about education policies.
Tom Corbett will be in Johnstown and Kittaning speaking about economics and jobs.
Pat Toomey will be appearing with Corbett at the event in Kittaning where they will continue to outline their economic policies.
Rep. Critz will be with the chairman of the House Veterans Affairs committee, Rep. Filner, in Pittsburgh and Washington touring VA facilities.
Manan Trivedi will be in Pottstown, Malvern, and Lower Merion talking about how he will help lead an economic recovery in Congress.
Bryan Lentz will be at Delaware County Community College and in King of Prussia talking about training workers and touring a factory.
Christmas comes early for Chris Carney. PoliticsPA: Marino says Social Security benefits should be cut for future generations
PoliticsPA: Onorato cites Corbett’s 22-year-old vote as no-tax pledge rages in Capitol. Bonus sniping between Senate Republicans and Corbett campaign included at the end of the story.
The Swamp: Rove’s group is the third to air independent ads slamming Sestak
Politifact: Toomey hits Sestak on the estate tax, but leaves out details
Pa2010.com: Jason Altmire hits the airwaves, says he’ll stand up to the president and Pelosi.
Post-Gazette: State again loses out on federal education program as Rendell laments other state’s deceitful applications.
Inquirer: Hagel touts Sestak’s independence
The latest from Madonna and Young – Politically Uncorrected: The Other Tax Problem.