#PAGov: Why Won't Allyson Schwartz Just Drop Third Way?
"Unnecessarily harsh and divisive" does not tell us anything about what Allyson Schwartz thinks about the content of the Third Way op-ed slamming Democrats for talking about expanding Social Security and Medicaid.
Corbett to Make Campaign Referendum on Obamacare
With polls showing him the most endangered of any governor seeking re-election in 2014, Pennsylvania's Republican Gov. Tom Corbett will attempt to secure a second term by making his campaign a referendum on Obamacare.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Area Votes in Congress
Two-year budget deal. Voting 332-94, the House on Thursday approved a two-year budget deal that would enable Congress to operate through September 2015 without real or threatened government shutdowns or lurches from one stopgap budget to the next.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
PA Gov Race Gets Unofficial Kickoff
The race for Pennsylvania's next governor got its unofficial start inside the hotels and private clubs of midtown Manhattan on Saturday.
At Pennsylvania Society, it's the return of Candidate Corbett: John L. Micek
A A A oeHeA A A s confident, optimistic,A A A a senior official said. A A A oeIt was encouraging that we could get a major initiative done.A A A Business leaders seek your attention.
Reading Eagle/Reading Times
Mary Young: Candidate weighs primary odds
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, one of eight Democrats hoping to win the nod for Pennsylvania governor in the May 20 primary election, stopped in Reading earlier this week as part of a statewide bus tour to gather input on why the state is struggling to attract new businesses and keep the ones it has.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Philadelphia Public Record
LIVE from the Pennsylvania Society In New York City
Among the first to arrive at the Waldorf Astoria in New York for the annual Pennsylvania Society weekend are BJ Clark, Montco Commissioner Josh Shapiro, and Ken Jaron, Esq.
The Lebanon Daily News
Pa.'s Schwartz keeping ties to centrist think tank
Pennsylvania's Democratic U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz says she won't cut ties with a centrist think thank that criticized high-profile Democrats.
Schwartz and Wolf working Pa. Society reception circuit
U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, the presumptive frontrunner, and York County businessman Tom Wolf have been making the rounds on the mid day reception circuit as well as lingering in the event's most visible venue - the lobby of the ornate Waldorf Astoria.
Pennsylvania Society 2013 rife with rumors, hooch, and covetous Democrats: column
And the hottest rumor taking flight Thursday - even before the annual gathering of Keystone politicos officially kicked-off - involved the state's most talked-about politician of interest: Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
The News Journal
Populist Dems decry Third Way's critique
A think tank with ties to Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons of Delaware is under fire from some Democrats for a recent op-ed that describes entitlement policies pushed by "left-wing populists" as "disastrous" for the party.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Philadelphia Public Record
City Hall Sam: Doc Goes For Schwarts, in A Big Way
The special guest of honor is CONGRESSMAN BOB BRADY. This is an interesting combination of people.
Democratic Divide on Social Security Spills Into Streets
Elizabeth Warren speaks with the media as she campaigns after announcing her candidacy for the U.S. Senate in Framingham, Massachusetts, Sept.
Philadelphia Gay News
PA Republican urges support for ENDA
A Republican Congressman from the Lehigh Valley last week continued to advocate for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.
Forget the air wars, candidates duke it out online: Thursday Morning Coffee
Sandra Bell leaves the voting booth with her grandson Tylan Walwyn, 4, during Pennsylvania's Primary Election Day at Susquehanna Twp.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Solomon makes House candidacy official
Looking to improve: Jared Solomon says he's running for the state legislature to improve the look of the Castor, Bustleton and Rising Sun avenue commercial corridors.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Pa. Dem gov hopeful Wolf says he's raised $2.9M
The wealthy York businessman said Wednesday he has received contributions totaling nearly $2.9 million with nearly three weeks left in the year.
Dems for Guv and the union label
AMONG QUESTIONS surrounding the oh-so-open Democratic race to pick an opponent to Gov. Corbett is whether, and how much, organized labor helps determine the eventual choice.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Warren's Way or No Way
Remember when Bill Clinton was twice elected President as a "New Democrat" who wanted to get along with people in the private economy? Nowadays even writing in favor of ideas that Mr. Clinton supported can get you branded a heretic and banished from impolite liberal society.