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Sunday News Show Preview – May 1

If it’s Sunday … and the first day of May … you might be in front of your television catching up on state political issues on the morning shows.

Here’s what’s on tap this week.

Pennsylvania Newsmakers

Pennsylvania Newsmakers, WTAJ 10, Altoona, 6:30 a.m.; WBRE 28, Wilkes-Barre, 6:30 a.m.; FOX 24, Erie, 10 a.m.; WGAL 8, Lancaster, 11:30 a.m.; WPHL 17, Philadelphia, 2 p.m.

Host: Terry Madonna

Guests: Jan Murphy, Harrisburg Patriot-News and PennLive, and Marc Levy, Associated Press, who discuss the nationally watched and hugely important Pennsylvania Senate and Governor’s primary elections; and Wilfred Muskens, International Business Advisor for the Marquis Group, provides an analysis of Pennsylvania trade and energy given the war in Ukraine as well as immigration into the state.

Available online

Face The State updated their website address.

Face The State, CBS 21, Harrisburg, 8:30 a.m.

Host: Joel D. Smith

Guests: Conor Lamb, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, and Charlie Gerow, Republican candidate for governor.

Also available online at the same day

This Week in Pennsylvania | ABC27

This Week in Pennsylvania, ABC 27, Harrisburg, 10 a.m.

Host: James Crummel

Guests: Republican candidate for governor Lou Barletta.

Also available online at

Inside Story - 6abc Philadelphia

Inside Story, WPVI 6, Philadelphia, 11:30 a.m.

Host: Matt O’Donnell

Guests: Al Schmidt, president and CEO of the non-partisan government watchdog “Committee of Seventy,” outlines plans for this 100-year-old institution to encourage citizens to stay engaged in the political process and ask for more transparency in local government. Also a former member of the Philadelphia election board.

Available online

One Response

  1. And then Scott Perry will be celebrating May Day with the Russians, as per his usual traitorous behavior.

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