Category: PA Offices 2012

MCall Poll: “Huh?” Leads Attorney General Race

37 percent of likely voters are still undecided in the Pa. Attorney General race according to the latest poll from the Allentown Morning Call and Muhlenberg College. Democrat Kathleen Kane leads Republican Dave Freed 33 percent to 28.

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Inquirer Poll: Kane Maintains Lead

Democrat Kathleen Kane leads her Republican opponent Dave Freed 41 percent to 29 according to a poll commissioned by the Philadelphia Inquirer. 30 percent of voters remain undecided.

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Diana Irey Vaughan Gets Serious

How do you make a case against an incumbent when most people don’t know his job description? Diana Irey Vaughan, the Republican hoping to unseat Pa. Treasurer Rob McCord, unveiled a policy platform Thursday.

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Endorsement Rundown!

The election is a mere month away, and candidates are working to consolidate their political bases for the home stretch. Here are all the statewide and congressional endorsements that didn’t fit into their own stories this week.

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In 2012 and 2014, Sandusky is Dems’ Play

Pa. House Democrats forced Republicans into retreat Wednesday when they tried to bring the the floor a resolution calling for an independent review of the Sandusky case. It’s the latest Dem tactic to use the issue against Republicans this year and, ultimately, against Tom Corbett in 2014.

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DePasquale Rides Union Contributions to Auditor Fundraising Lead

State Rep. Eugene DePasquale (D-York) is working those phones. The Democratic Auditor General hopeful raised about $244,000 over the past 5 months, including over $150,000 from labor groups. Republican hopeful John Maher (R-Allegheny) brought in about $153,000 in the same time period.

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MCall Poll: Kane Leads AG Race by 6

The race for Pa. Attorney General is wide open, according to a new poll from the Allentown Morning Call and Muhlenberg College. Kathleen Kane, the Democrat, leads Republican Dave Freed 33 percent to 27.

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  • Will Doug Mastriano Run For U.S. Senate?

    • No. Not Enough Support From Mainstream GOP. (91%)
    • Yes. Let Doug Be Doug. (9%)

    Total Voters: 892

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