Monthly Archives: April 2014

Schwartz campaign digs at Wolf over campaign contribution; Wolf campaign criticizes ‘desperate’ attacks

A day after Tom Wolf’s campaign dismissed a worker it said was responsible for plagiarized passages in a major policy document, a gubernatorial rival’s campaign said Wolf should return a $5,000 campaign donation from a member of the company that … Continue reading

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Who won the York 912 Patriots straw poll?

Here’s a look, in Tweet form:   Straw poll results: pic.twitter.com/CQG8p6mGZG — Ed Mahon (@edmahonreporter) April 25, 2014 @sesack York 912 Patriots meeting. Ed Mundorf, president of the group, said all the winners, including Robert Guzzardi, are members. — Ed … Continue reading

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State Sen. Scott Wagner wants to stop hanging pictures of convicted felons in the state Capitol

State Sen. Scott Wagner, R-Spring Garden Township, said he plans to introduce a resolution, calling for the end of the practice of hanging of portraits in the state Capitol of lawmakers who have been convicted of felonies relating to the … Continue reading

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Exposing officers to bodily fluids would have tougher penalties under Gillespie legislation

The state Senate is considering legislation, authored by state Rep. Keith Gillespie, R-Hellam Township, that he says would expand penalties for anyone who exposes or attempts to expose law enforcement to communicable diseases through bodily fluids. The legislation would include … Continue reading

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How we determined Pa. guv candidate positions for The Waffler

The candidates positions in The Waffler, our interactive game for the governor’s race, were based on a questionnaire we sent out to all the gubernatorial candidates. Republican Gov. Tom Corbett was the only candidate who did not complete the questionnaire. … Continue reading

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Pa. guv candidates make the case for why voters should pick them on May 20

The final question in the survey we sent out to Pennsylvania guv candidates was this: Why should your party’s voters choose you on May 20? Here’s what they said:

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Guv candidates pick their favorite Pennsylvania convenience store: Sheetz vs. Wawa vs. Rutter’s

OK. For you good citizens who have read all of the candidate policy positions, here are some lighter items. After the jump, what the gubernatorial candidates said when we asked about their favorite pro football team, favorite Pennsylvania convenience store … Continue reading

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What the Pa. guv candidates say about legalizing gay marriage in Pennsylvania

We asked the candidates for governor questions about gay marriage, civil unions and the state’s discrimination laws. Here’s a look at what they said:

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What the Pa. guv candidates say about medical marijuana, recreational use and decriminalization

Here’s what the Pa. guv candidates say about marijuana laws.

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What the Pa. guv candidates say about gun laws

We asked the candidates for governor several questions about gun issues. Here’s what they said.

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