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Katz has run unsuccessfully for mayor three times, and he says that he will announce very shortly, perhaps within a week, whether he’ll move forward with a fourth try.
Sam Smith, the man in line to become speaker now that Republicans have regained control, was groomed for leadership by Rep. John Perzel of Philadelphia.
The absentee ballots won’t affect the outcome of the race between Mike Fitzpatrick and Patrick Murphy, but there are still at least two state legislative races that hang in the balance.
Pat Toomey, the Republican conservative whose popularity scared Arlen Specter out of the GOP, was elected to Specter’s Senate seat Tuesday in one of the most hotly contested races in the nation.
Republican Tom Corbett, the state attorney general who shook up the Pennsylvania Capitol with his prosecution of corruption in the Legislature, sailed past Democratic opponent Dan Onorato on Tuesday to claim the governorship of a state President Barack Obama carried just two years ago.
- Coons Beats O’Donnell In Delaware Senate Race 2010/11/02
- Runyan Ousts Adler In NJ’s 3rd Congressional District 2010/11/02
- GOP’s Mike Fitzpatrick Reclaims Pa.’s 8th District 2010/11/02
- Meehan Defeats Lentz; Fills Sestak’s Seat 2010/11/02
- Dispute At A South Philadelphia Polling Place 2010/11/02
- Some Pa. Lawmakers Surprised In Re-Election Bids 2010/11/02
- Rep. Allyson Schwartz Fends Off Adcock In Pa. 13th Dist. Race 2010/11/02
- CBS News: GOP Will Control Next US House Of Representatives 2010/11/02
- At Local Colleges, First-Time Voters Make Their Voices Heard 2010/11/02
- City Council Probe Into Deadly Building Collapse Reveals Two Levels of Care By CityL&I commissioner Carlton Williams acknowledged that the safety standards for the city's own demolitions -- demolitions of city-owned properties -- are stricter than what is demanded for private property.
- New Jersey, Delaware Among States With Fewest Engaged EmployeesAccording to a Gallup poll, New Jersey and Delaware are among the top nine states with the least engaged employees.
- Health: Study Shows HPV Vaccine Effective At Reducing Cases Of DiseaseThe results revealed that since the HPV vaccine was introduced, cases of the disease decreased by 56 percent among females between the ages of 14 and 19.
- Easton School Board Eliminating 43 Positions, Including 19 TeachersThe school board in Easton is eliminating 43 positions due to budget cuts, including 19 teachers.
- Former Philadelphia Transplant Surgeon Now A Rising Political Figure In ItalyDr. Ignazio Marino, who was recently elected mayor of Rome, served as a transplant surgeon at Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia for four years.
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- City Council Probe Into Deadly Building Collapse Reveals Two Levels of Care By City
- New Jersey, Delaware Among States With Fewest Engaged Employees
- Health: Study Shows HPV Vaccine Effective At Reducing Cases Of Disease
- Easton School Board Eliminating 43 Positions, Including 19 Teachers
- Former Philadelphia Transplant Surgeon Now A Rising Political Figure In Italy