Former US congressman Joe Sestak likened the plan to an old Tammany Hall political boss sentiment: ” ‘It doesn’t matter what a citizen does with his vote if I can count the votes.’ “
“The electors of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have cast 20 votes for the Honorable Barack Obama…”
A top state lawmaker is again pushing the idea of changing the way Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential elections.
In the final days of the campaign for president, Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes are suddenly looming large.
Paul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
The push to change the way Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential elections appears to have stalled.
“A president this day and time doesn’t need to come in office with any questions as to their legitimacy having not gotten the most votes. It’s just that simple,” Thompson said.
A new poll suggests that Pennsylvania voters are cool to the idea of changing the way the state awards its electoral votes in presidential elections.
Chris talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday about unemployment and inflation. He talks to New Jersey State Senate Candidate and Olympic Medalist Carl Lewis about the controversey surrounding his campaign and to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Michael Vick’s return to Atlanta.
Chris reviews the latest jobs speech by the President and rumors of a long ago fling by Sarah Palin. He talks to Pennsylvania State Rep. Mike Vereb about a putting tolls on Rt. 422, Steve Goreham about Al Gore’s 24 hour climate webcast, and State Senator Domenic Pileggi about his plan to redistribute the way Electoral Votes are handed out during Presidential Elections.
Governor Corbett and State Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi (R) are supporting a major change to the way Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential elections.