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PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 9/23 Edition

According to our latest poll, a majority of likely voters in Pa. support cracking down on companies who hire illegal immigrants. Elsewhere, Corbett has some explaining to do on healthcare and the Democrats got beat up in a bunch of polls yesterday. Good Thursday morning and welcome to the Buzz.

On the trail

Joe Sestak is going to rally volunteers on a conference call where he will talk about his role in the Wall Street reform bill.

John Callahan will be in Whitehall to hold a press conference at Whitehall Manor, he will answer questions about issues pertaining to seniors.

According to the AP, Vice-President Joe Biden will be in the state on Tuesday and will be appearing in happy valley

PoliticsPA Reports

Our newest PoliticsPA/Municipoll shows that a majority of likely voters support legislation that would crack down on companies that hire illegal immigrants.

Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Strategist to George W. Bush will be at the National Constitution Center on Monday night.

Today’s Headlines

PhillyClout: Corbett sues over health care, but touts it in policy paper

Capitol Ideas: Onorato: Corbett doesn’t know where he stands on health care

Early Returns: Nat’l Forecast not good for Sestak

Post-Gazette: Group says Corbett violated Right-to-Know Laws

Early Returns: Time/CNN: Toomey by 5

CNN: Will GOP sweep in Pennsylvania? Poll: Toomey up by 7 points

WPIX-TV: Onorato Campaign Worker Facing Felony Drug Charges

Tribune-Review: Toomey rips campaign tactic

George Will, national columnist and regular on “This Week” wrote a column on the 8th district race

Daily News: In Bucks County, a bitter pill for Murphy to swallow

Times-News: Kelly holds slight lead over Dahlkemper

Early Returns: More questions on transit

Inquirer: Pa. Lawmakers say they will seek to change DRPA’s federal charter

Today’s Opinions

Patriot-News: Protest or Terrorism? Homeland Security chief needs to know the difference

With the Sugarhouse Casino opening today, the Inky says gaming is a gamble.

Times-Tribune: Big day for health reform

  • Does the NYC Verdict Make You More or Less Likely to Vote For Trump in 2024?

    • Less Likely (36%)
    • More Likely (34%)
    • Makes No Difference (30%)

    Total Voters: 112

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