President Obama Visits PA

President Obama made his first visit since announcing his re-election this past week, to Bucks County, PA. The Morning Call reports:

“This trip is certainly a touch of foreshadowing of the year and a half to come — Pennsylvania can expect multiple visits from Obama as he attempts to re-energize those who voted for him before.”

The visit was at a town hall meeting at a wind-turbine plant where Obama discussed energy policy as well as politics.

“I do not think the president can win re-election without Pennsylvania, I think it is that simple,” said Larry Ceisler, a Philadelphia-based Democratic consultant. “We’re still considered a swing state and if people thought we were swinging to the Democratic side based on the last presidential elections, all you have to do is look at the last midterm.”

April 6th, 2011 | Posted in Features, Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Playbook, Presidential | 1 Comment

One thought on “President Obama Visits PA”

  1. Get Smart says:

    The Independence Hall Tea Party held a “Drill More, Spend Less” Press Conference to mark the ocassion.

    If the President does not achieve either objective, he will lose Pennsylvania.

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