Denise Clay Philadelphia Public Record When Gregory Naylor, former Chief of Staff to Congressman Chaka Fattah, pled guilty to a series of complicated financial transactions connected to the Congressman’s 2007 mayoral campaign, speculation began in earnest about Fattah’s future. The game of “When will Chaka resign?” has been played in earnest, mostly by Republicans on [...] Read More
Jack Tomczuk PoliticsPA Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick holds a large monetary advantage over Democratic challenger Kevin Strouse according to the campaign finance reports for the July 15th quarterly period. In fact, Fitzpatrick has seven times more cash on hand than Strouse. To continue reading this article, please click here.
Jill Harkins PoliticsPA Based on the quarterly financial reports released on July 15, Republican Ryan Costello has a significant cash advantage over Democrat Manan Trivedi heading into the third quarter. Both candidates are looking to claim the seat of retiring incumbentJim Gerlach, who has been the representative for PA-6 for six terms. Costello has just over twice the cash on [...] Read More
Fred Savana Bucks County Courier-Times As the Department of Veterans Affairs continues its investigation into lengthy waiting times at the nation’s VA clinics, U.S. Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-7, visited a Horsham clinic Monday to better understand the VA’s concern. To keep reading this article, please click here.
Jill Harkins PoliticsPA Republican nominee and Chester County Board of Commissioners Chairman Ryan Costello is leading his Democratic opponent physician Manan Trivedi by 13% in a new internal poll. The findings claim that Costello held about 49 percent of the 300 registered voters polled, while Trivedi received only 36 percent. To read more, click here.
Brittany Foster PoliticsPA Following the withdrawal of Democrat Mike Parrish from the race for PA-6, political analyst Larry Sabato moved the rating of the seat from Toss Up to Leans Republican. To read more, click here.
HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Communications Director Megan Sweeney released the following statement regarding DCCC’s diminishing support for Pennsylvania Democrats. “Pennsylvania is a national leader with our 13 Republican-held Congressional seats. Our strength continues to be the outstanding members and candidates that have forced the Democrats to pick up and move on to other [...] Read More
By Representative Mike Kelly Washington Times At last week’s Nuclear Security Summit in the Netherlands, President Obama assessed the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and determined that “it would be dishonest to suggest there is a simple solution” to Russia’s lawless capture of Crimea. Fifty years ago, president-to-be Ronald Reagan addressed the challenge of that era’s much more daunting Russian domination and [...] Read More
HARRISBURG – Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding news that the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) has selected 6th Congressional District candidate Ryan Costello as an ‘On the Radar’ candidate in their ‘Young Guns’ program. “Congratulations to Ryan Costello for his recognition as a strong Republican candidate in our [...] Read More
Jordan Krom PoliticsPA As part of their efforts to keep businesses in the minds of legislators, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce awarded three Pennsylvania representatives with the Spirit of Enterprise Award for pro-business voting. Congressmen Lou Barletta (R-Luzerne), Joe Pitts (R-Reading), Pat Meehan (R-Delaware), Jim Gerlach (R-Chester) and Keith Rothfus (R-Allegheny) each received the award. [...] Read More
Tom Corbett was inaugurated as the 46th Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on January 18th, 2011. In his first year in office, Governor Corbett eliminated a $4 billion budget deficit without raising taxes. Over the course of the past three years, Governor Corbett has created nearly 150,000 jobs and invested more state funding in our schools than any Governor in history. Read more...