With election day just over two weeks away, one of Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial candidates has picked up a newspaper endorsement.
Republican gubernatorial front-runner Tom Corbett broadened his no-new-taxes pledge Saturday during a televised debate with Democratic rival Dan Onorato, saying it also rules out increases in fees — such as motor-vehicle levies — or employee contributions to the state unemployment trust fund.
The gloves are off in the race to be the next governor of Pennsylvania. Both candidates, Tom Corbett (R) and Dan Onorato (D), are airing television commercials attacking each other on jobs and the economy, but an Eyewitness News “Truth Test” found not everything they say is perfectly true.
Vice President Joe Biden is joining President Barack Obama at a rally in Philadelphia this weekend that aims to invigorate Democratic voters ahead of two crucial statewide races.
With Election Day right around the corner, desperation has already arrived for some local candidates.
Former President Bill Clinton is doing some campaigning in the Philadelphia area today for the Democrats running for U.S. Senate and governor.
Dan Onorato, the Democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, visited Philadelphia today to receive the endorsement of an environmental group, “Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania.”
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato was in Philadelphia on Thursday for some hands-on experience to find out what it was like to be a certified nursing Canidate assistant.
A new poll shows the Republican candidates continue to hold leads among LIKELY voters in the two marquee races on Pennsylvania’s November ballot.