Democrats Could Pick Up a Seat in PA
Not good for House Republicans. Rep. Jim Gerlach has told National Republican Congressional Committee officials that he is running for governor, a GOP source confirmed Tuesday, making his competitive southeastern
Good news, and good news on PA-SEN race.
The good news: Pat Toomey’s (R Cand, PA) campaign (donate here) is reporting that he raised 1.6 million dollars in the second quarter of 2009. Mr. Toomey’s strong first campaign
Dem Senate candidates afraid to support card check?
Brian pointed to the bizarre reposition of Rep. Charles Melancon (D-LA) on card-check. But this points to a broader pattern. Senators running in 2010 in potentially contests Senate seats are
Murtha (D, PA-12) client indicted for taking kickbacks.
(Via The American Thinker, via Instapundit) The bolded part is the part that you want your eyes to linger over. Ex-contractor with Murtha ties charged over kickbacks Federal prosecutors in
Poor Joe Biden can’t even fill a room
Back in December at a meeting with the nation’s governors, then vice President-Elect Joe Biden asked Governor Sarah Palin for help in attracting some attention: (more…)
Dr. Mark Hendrickson: The Next Great Depression and the Attack of the Watermelons?
Dr. Mark Hendrickson The Flint Hills Center for Public Policy today sponsored a luncheon near the Plaza in Kansas City, MO where Dr. Mark Hendrickson talked about “The Next Great
Specter only beating Sestak only among Democrats who don’t know both.
A little while back Greenberg* Quinlan Rosner put out a poll that showed Specter leading 55-34 over Sestak in the primary. Interestingly, (via DoubleplusUndead, via @JustKarl), one hope for Sestak
Latest Pennsylvania Poll: Should Specter Switch Back?
When the Democrat leaders in Washington were negotiating Arlen Specter’s party switch, they were eager to assure him that they would do all in their power to ensure him a
PA Assassination Ad noticed, yanked, continues to loom over publishers’ heads.
That last part? Deservedly so. I first heard of this story yesterday, via Tapper. While the subject matter itself is easily the most appalling part, I would like to note
BREAKING: Feds subpoenaing Visclosky’s office. [UPDATED]
[UPDATE] See also Hot Air. And may I say that there’s a part of me that hopes that Pelosi tries to quash this? It’s a lovely time of year for
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Jack Murtha (D-PA) gets a primary opponent.
I was first tipped off to this by the NRCC’s blog: Jack Murtha is going to have a primary opponent. For those who were wondering: Murtha did not have a
Joe Sestak to challenge Arlen Specter in primary.
It’s not ‘official’, but unless Sestak is sufficiently a practical joker as to send his supporters handwritten phony fund-raising notes, it’s happening. Guess that means that Arlen Specter is going
PA Voters – Did You Know About the Swing Vote on the PA Supreme Court? [Updated]
The primary for a critical PA judicial election is coming up. The PA Supreme Court (can I say SCOPA?) is evenly split, so the winner of this election will determine
Shorter Murtha aide: We’re coming for you, Bill Russell.
Politico reports: John Hugya, Chief of staff for Representative John Murtha (D, PA), threatened his Congressman’s last (and future) electoral opponent on at least two occasions. John Murtha opponent says