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Sunday News Show Preview – May 22

If it’s Sunday … and you still aren’t sure who won the GOP Senate race … 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, WGAL 8 (Lancaster, Harrisburg), Saturday 11:30 a.m.; WBPH (Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia), Monday, 8:30 p.m.; WLYH (Harrisburg, Lebanon, York) Monday, 8:30 p.m.

Host: Terry Madonna

Guests: Journalists Tom Lehman, Capitol Reporter for WGAL, and Stephen Caruso, Capitol Reporter for Spotlight PA, who provide an assessment of the controversies surrounding the Governor and Senate primaries, including the deadlocked Republican Senate race. Then, David Taylor, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association, and Gene Barr, President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business & Industry, join host Terry Madonna for a discussion of U.S. energy assistance to European allies, and freeing up the state energy industry.

Available online

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

Host: Joel D. Smith

Guests: Lancaster County Commissioner Ray D’Agostino, and an interview from earlier this week with the PA Deputy Secretary for Elections and Commissions Jonathan Marks.

Also available online at the same day

This Week in Pennsylvania | ABC27

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

Host: Dennis Owens

Guests: Lawrence Tabas, Chair of PA GOP and JJ Abbott, former Governor Wolf press Secretary to discuss primary election and what it means for the fall. One race to close to call and the Lt Governor with a close call on his health. Is Doug Mastriano too extreme to win in November? Are Democrats overconfident that Josh Shapiro will have an easy victory? We will discuss.

Also available online at

Inside Story - 6abc Philadelphia

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

Host: Matt O’Donnell

Guests: Election results with former Congressman Bob Brady and GOP Strategist Alison Young.

Available online

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