Monthly Archives: January 2014

Who gave to Max Myers’ gubernatorial campaign?

Here’s the annual campaign finance report for Max Myers, one of the Democrats running for governor.   MYERSFORGOV (PDF) MYERSFORGOV (Text)

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Dallastown Area school board member to run for Ron Miller’s seat in state House

Kristin Hill, a member of the Dallastown Area school board, plans to run for the 93rd state House seat, she announced in a news release. She is seeking the Republican nomination for the seat currently held by state Rep. Ron … Continue reading

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Who donated to Jo Ellen Litz’s gubernatorial campaign in Pa. guv race?

Here’s a look at Jo Ellen Litz’s campaign finance report. She is one of eight announced Democrats running for governor in 2014. JoEllenLitz (PDF) JoEllenLitz (Text)

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Check out Tom Wolf’s campaign finance info for 2014 governor’s race

Here is the full report for Tom Wolf’s gubernatorial campaign’s annual finance report. The York County businessman and former state revenue secretary is one of eight announced Democratic candidates for the 2014 governor’s race. The primary is in May. Wolf … Continue reading

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Watch Democrat Tom Wolf’s first TV ad for 2014 governor race

The gubernatorial campaign for Tom Wolf, a York County businessman and former state revenue secretary, said its first television ad went up this morning. You can take a look:

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Mayor Bracey attends State of the Union

A little bit before the State of the Union kicked off, we got some photos of York Mayor Kim Bracey’s visit to Washington D.C., for the address.

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York County considering accepting donation of about 90 acres from Glatfelter

York County commissioners are considering accepting a donation of about 90 acres of land in North Codorus Township from Glatfelter.  Bill Yanavitch, a spokesman for the paper manufacturer, said when the property was originally built, water there was used as part … Continue reading

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Paperwork filed for Ron Miller, Linda Small to be on March 18 special election ballot

Paperwork has been filed for Ron Miller to be the Republican nominee for the March 18 special election to replace Mike Waugh in the state Senate. Paperwork was also filed for Linda Small to be the Democratic nominee, according to … Continue reading

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Why U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey invited York Mayor Kim Bracey to the State of the Union

We reported on Friday that U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa, invited York Mayor Kim Bracey, a Democrat, to the State of the Union. Here’s a news release explaining why Toomey invited her and why she accepted: WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator … Continue reading

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Why U.S. Rep. Scott Perry invited a Shipley Energy executive to Tuesday’s State of the Union

U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-York County, has invited a Shipley Energy executive to be his guest for Tuesday’s State of the Union address. Here’s why: “I’ve invited Robert Borden, Executive Vice President/Director of Shipley Energy, to join me at this … Continue reading

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