Reader Poll: Dougherty Will Be Charged With A Crime

John-DoughertyOur readers don’t feel good about John Dougherty’s chances.

Recently, the labor leader’s home was raided by the FBI and the IRS. As a result, we decided to ask whether you felt Dougherty would be charged with a crime or not.

303 readers think that he will be.

On the other hand, 253 respondents don’t believe there will be any charges.

The full results are included below:

Will John Dougherty Be Charged With a Crime?


  • Yes (54%)
  • No (46%)

Total Voters: 556

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August 16th, 2016 | Posted in Features, Front Page Stories, Poll, Top Stories | 6 Comments

6 thoughts on “Reader Poll: Dougherty Will Be Charged With A Crime”

  1. aaron says:

    This guy but off more than he can chew. Now he’ll be wearing an orange jump-suit. He could pay off Seth Williams. But you can’t pay off the FBI. The G-Men will be coming for him soon.

  2. HaHaHa says:

    Sorry Charlie.

    Your boy is going to Prison.

  3. charles sexton says:

    How can anyone vote on whether John will be indicted when no one knows what he allegedly did wrong. He has been around a long time and has always dotted his I”s and crossed his T”s! He is a public figure, not a dumb person, he knows he is constantly under the microscope, I doubt that he did anything wrong!

  4. gulag Pittsburgh says:

    Has Cynthia Baldwin been charged yet for obstructing the Penn State 3 grand jury to the point that most charges were dismissed by Superior Court? Has any disciplinary action been taken against her for ethical misconduct?

  5. HaHaHa: PPA's Baghdad Bob says:

    Diano, are there any Democrats left in PA who have not been charged with a crime? Just curious.

  6. David Diano says:

    That’s a pretty close poll for Politics PA.

    If they’ve got the books, Dougherty should be in lots of trouble (since they probably also have wiretaps from McCord and the tentacles of that, and any witnesses who have complained or confessed already).

    The FBI loves fishing expeditions. This is like fishing at the fish stand at a sea port market.

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