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Vickers: Obama Re-elect Hinges on PA

The Patriot News’ Robert Vickers takes a look at President Obama’s 2012 odds in Pennsylvania, along with the possibility of a fractured Democratic party. It includes interviews of some major D figures in the state, a look at Casey’s role in Obama’s re-elect, and a portrait of Organizing for America.

August 10th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Senate | 4 Comments

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Pro-Choice Netroots Blast Casey

“Should the Democratic Party support anti-women politicians like Casey?” asked one DailyKos blogger about the Senator’s recent effort to codify the Hyde Amendment, “Or is it time to make our tent just a little smaller?”

August 8th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Senate | No Comments

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8/5 PoliticsPA’s Up & Down

Quinnipiac University’s polling center brings good news for Governor Corbett and problems for President Obama. House Majority Leader Mike Turzai announces a key ally. And the Mike’s give the other side ideological ammo — all in this week’s edition of Up & Down.

August 5th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Senate | No Comments

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8/4 Morning Buzz

With the help of females, Gov. Corbett’s approval rating increased. This is the first time the Governor’s approval rating has increased since he was elected. Check out Terry Madonna and Michael Young’s bi-weekly column, this week they discuss why the debt negotiations were drawn out and difficult. Gov. Corbett named his puppies Harry and Penny after entries from residents across the Commonwealth.

August 4th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Playbook, Redistricting Watch, Senate | No Comments

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7/27 Morning Buzz

Sen. Toomey put forward legislation that prioritizes payments in the event of a default, Mayor Nutter collaborated with colleagues in an op-ed that warns of economic peril in the event of a default, Rick Santorum and Rick Perry are engaging each other over gay marriage and state’s rights and we take a look at Laureen Cummings’ campaign where Ms. Cummings is using Facebook to interact directly with individual voters.

July 27th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Playbook, Presidential, Senate | No Comments