Monthly Archives: February 2014

So where have contributions to U.S. Rep. Scott Perry’s campaign come from?

Here’s a look: The information is based on contributions to U.S. Rep. Scott Perry’s campaign committee in 2013. Perry, a Republican from York County, is up for re-election this year. Contributions amounts appear in different colors and shapes based on … Continue reading

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What Scott Wagner said about former Gov. Tom Ridge’s planned York visit for Ron Miller

This is Scott Wagner’s reaction to former Gov. Tom Ridge’s planned visit for Ron Miller. “It is clear that the Big PA Political Machine is pulling out all stops to defeat me in the Special Election,” Scott Wagner said in a … Continue reading

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Scott Wagner defends financial contributions to Michael Flannelly’s judge campaign

Scott Wagner, a Republican, running a write-in campaign for state Senate said people have questioned his involvement in a 2013 judicial race. Here’s what he said about it in a statement last week, included as part of a mass email … Continue reading

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Pa guv. candidates to debate Friday evening

Most of the Democratic candidates for governor are scheduled to debate Friday evening, according to a news release. Keystone Progress said the following candidates had confirmed as of Wednesday: U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, state Treasurer Rob McCord; John Hanger, a former … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition endorses Marc Woerner for 169th state House seat

The Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition endorsed Republican Marc Woerner for the state House. He’s running for the 169th House seat, which is moving to York County because of redistricting. News release, after the jump:

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York City Council president says Linda Small ‘will work to help the city and county attract jobs’

Here’s what Carol Hill-Evans, president of York City Council, said about state Senate candidate Linda Small:

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State Sen. Rob Teplitz says Linda Small would ‘bring a fresh voice’ to Harrisburg

Here’s what state Sen. Rob Teplitz, a Democrat from Dauphin County, said about state Senate candidate Linda Small:

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Political arm of the Pa. Chamber of Business and Industry endorses Ron Miller

The political arm of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry announced on Thursday its endorsement of Ron Miller for the March 18 special election to replace Mike Waugh in the state Senate. “For well over a decade, Ron Miller … Continue reading

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Pa. guv candidate Tom Wolf says he hopes Stephen Stetler ‘gets justice’

Tom Wolf continues to support former state Rep. Stephen Stetler, who was convicted of public corruption charges in 2012 and released from York County Prison earlier this month. “I hope he gets justice,” Wolf, a York County businessman and Democratic … Continue reading

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How York County’s director of assessment plans to spend his retirement

E. John Fedor, York County’s director of assessment and tax claim, is leaving county government in May. His retirement to do list includes the following: travel with his RV, do projects around his home, catch up on trout fishing and get … Continue reading

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