Reader Poll: Won “Won” The GOP Governor Debate?

You watched the debate live from Harrisburg.

Now we want to know who you think did the best job on stage.

Vote on our reader poll. It’s live until 9 AM Thursday.

Reader Poll: Who "Won" Wednesday's GOP Governor Debate?


  • Dave White (28%)
  • Lou Barletta (26%)
  • Bill McSwain (18%)
  • Doug Mastriano (16%)
  • Undecided / Not Sure (12%)

Total Voters: 120

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11 Responses

  1. Mastriano talked so fast he was incoherent. I don’t know why McSwain was doing a Ricky Bobby impression with his hands continuing to float up in the air. White clearly came off the best in terms of delivery and personality.

    1. Agree on Mastriano talking too fast and I made the same comment to my wife while watching the debate. Doug tried to get too much in and really delivered some incomprehensible babble at times.

    2. I summarized the event, noting that they all spoke briskly.
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    1. yes, to which Mastriano quoted the First Amendment’s guarantees that include the rights to assemble and petition.

      He also noted media’s double-standard when attacking him while ignoring how Wolf violated his own Covid-19 restrictions when OK’ing Harrisburg rally for coveted political cause.

      1. However, there is the matter of the Oath of Office that he took to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution”. By taking part in the actions on Capitol Hill on January 6th, he was taking part in an effort to disrupt the certification of the Electoral Votes and blocking the long-standing and respected smooth transfer of power required to make our democracy function. I also believe he has been subpoenaed to testify at a hearing before a congressional committee, which he has yet to do.

        1. nope, he wasn’t there to disrupt
          Dems behaved identically in 2016
          he attended the rally; then left

          1. I am to waiting for the “Mostly Peaceful” BLM and Antifa Biden Voters/Protestors thugs that looted and burned down 2 miles of stores in my Port Richmond neighborhood on July 3, 2020 and October 28,2020 to be prosecuted. Talk about double standards.

    1. Agree. What I am looking for was not there on stage. All very similar in some ways, different in ways that mattered to me.. but didn’t feel, “yep, that’s the guy. Can’t wait to vote for him.” Feel the same way about the PA senate candidates too.. ho hum/meh.. Still undecided…..there are other candidates for gov., but the media buries them.. the polls decided who we get to “really” hear from.. Should hear from ALL of them, AT THE SAME TIME… NOT THE TOP OF THE LIST ONLY.. AND WHOSE LIST IS IT ANYWAY???

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