Marino Knocks Off Carney

Beth Brelje The Pocono Record Republican challenger Tom Marino ousted Democratic Rep. Chris Carney from his 10th District post in the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday. Carney, a two-term incumbent, was in one of the battleground races being watched nationally for control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Read more: http://www.poconorecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20101103/NEWS/11030344/-1/NEWS01

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Toohil Wins 116th, Ousts House Majority Leader Eachus

Steve Morcarsky Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader In what might very well be the biggest upset in the history of the 116th Legislative District, if not the state, Republican political newcomer Tarah Toohil has won the seat held for seven consecutive terms by Majority House Leader Todd Eachus. Just after 9 p.m., Eachus, 48, delivered a concession speech […]

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GOP Takes Full Control Of Pennsylvania Statehouse

Amy Worden Philadelphia Inquirer Republicans riding the wave of anti-incumbent sentiment took control of both chambers of the legislature on Tuesday. Retaining its grip on the Senate and unseating enough Democrats to get a majority in the House, the GOP could look forward to ruling the General Assembly as well as the governor’s office, soon […]

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Corbett Defeats Onorato In Pennsylvania Governor’s Race

Tom Infield Philadelphia Inquirer Republican Tom Corbett, the twice-elected Pennsylvania attorney general who capitalized on his reputation as a corruption fighter in Harrisburg, was elected governor by a solid margin Tuesday. On a day when Republicans also captured the state House to reign supreme in the Capitol, Corbett rather easily defeated Democrat Dan Onorato in […]

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Corbett, Toomey Win State; GOP Captures U.S. House

James O’Toole Pittsburgh Post-Gazette State Attorney General Tom Corbett and former Rep. Pat Toomey led a GOP tide in Pennsylvania that mirrored the national surge that carried Republicans to control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. Toomey had a narrow advantage in most pre-election polling but the Democrat held a surprising lead for much […]

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GOP Stars Boost Top Of Ticket

Colby Itkowitz Allentown Morning Call Pennsylvania’s top Republican candidates directed their party’s star power on the GOP heartland Friday to rev up foot soldiers headed into the final weekend of fall campaigning. U.S. Senate nominee Pat Toomey and gubernatorial candidate Tom Corbett both lead in the polls. Still, they urged a crowd of about 600 […]

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Obama Comes In To Try To Save The Day For His Liberal Democrat Colleagues

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding President Barack Obama’s campaign stop in Philadelphia today: “President Obama just couldn’t resist campaigning in Philadelphia today as he desperately tries to save his liberal allies from the voters who are eager to come out to the polls and reject their […]

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Democrats Admit They Collected And Sorted Ballots Through Fictitious Office

DOYLESTOWN — Today, the Bucks County Board of Elections voted to sequester all absentee ballots in Bucks County in order to determine the extent of absentee ballot election fraud that has been perpetrated in the run up to Election Day. The Board of Elections heard testimony from the District Attorney of Bucks County, David Heckler who […]

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Toomey And Corbett To Headline Pre-Election Day Fly-Around

HARRISBURG — On November 1st, U.S. Senate candidate Pat Toomey, the gubernatorial team of Tom Corbett and Jim Cawley and Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason will headline six major campaign rallies in Philadelphia, Scranton, Harrisburg, Johnstown, Erie and Pittsburgh as part of an Election Day Fly-Around on the eve of the November 2nd […]

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Together Again: Joe Sestak, Bill Clinton And Jobgate

HARRISBURG — Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason released the following statement regarding news that Joe Sestak was once again campaigning with former President Bill Clinton. “It’s time to set the record straight. Will Joe Sestak or Bill Clinton reveal the true story about what happened with the White House job scandal?,” Gleason said. […]

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