GOP Targets Casey’s Senate Seat In 2012

John Guerriero Erie Times-News The state Republican Party issued a similar message. “If we want to repeal ObamaCare, stop the excessive spending and implement real change in Washington, D.C., we must get rid of Sen. Casey and … strip away his ability to support the same old tired big-government agenda,” state Republican Party spokesman Michael […]

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Republicans May Yet Have Upper Hand In Senate

Gerald F. Seib Wall Street Journal On paper, the numbers tell you the Democrats held on to a majority in the Senate last week. In reality, things won’t be quite that neat. In fact, on some issues the Republicans actually may have a functional majority, given the sentiments likely to prevail among certain Democrats who […]

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Toomey At Helm Of A Republican Wave In Pennsylvania

Daniel Malloy Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pat Toomey, a former Republican congressman, defeated Representative Joe Sestak, a Democrat, on Tuesday in a razor-thin Senate race in Pennsylvania that was not called for hours after polls closed.With almost all of the votes in, Mr. Toomey, a conservative who is also the former president of the anti-tax Club for […]

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