Governor Tom Corbett
Pennsylvania Governor And Mrs. Corbett On The Passing Of Lewis Katz: “The Legacy He Leaves Behind Is One Of A Brilliant Businessman With A Profound Commitment”
“Sue and I are shocked and saddened by the tragic death of our friend, Lewis Katz.”
Now that same sex marriage is a reality in Pennsylvania, LGBT advocates says they will now focus their efforts on gaining civil rights protection.
Governor Tom Corbett has followed through on his previously stated intention to allow more natural gas drilling below Pennsylvania state parks and forests.
Tuesday Democratic candidates Katie McGinty, Allyson Schwartz, Rob McCord and Tom Wolf will battle for votes to take on incumbent republican Governor Tom Corbett.
Here is a look at where the four Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial candidates stand on some key issues.
A month ago, Governor Corbett said negotiations with the Obama administration over his health insurance plan were at a “breaking point”. But last week, he said things had improved
Philadelphia City Commissioner Stephanie Singer says the implementation of this law cost tax payers money, held up court time and she’s happy to see it go.
The battle over Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law is apparently over for the rest of the year and maybe for good.
In a Sunday editorial, The Philadelphia Inquirer called McCord “the best in a fine field” of Democrats seeking the party’s nomination against Republican Governor Tom Corbett.
Rob McCord’s campaign is running an ad attacking front-runner Tom Wolf with racially charged accusations. Rendell says this is exactly what’s wrong with politics today.
Attack ads are flying as Pennsylvania’s governor’s race heats up heading into the final weeks before the primary.
The state Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling that allowed self-described independent Republican Bob Guzzardi to remain on the GOP primary ballot.
A Commonwealth Court judge has ruled that a conservative challenger Bob Guzzardi should be allowed to remain on the Republican ballot in May’s primary.
Some 150 business and community leaders were invited to breakfast Tuesday at the Union League by Philadelphia’s papal pitch team — and they were asked to step up and do their part for a possible September 2015 visit by Pope Francis to the city.
Today’s session, Mayor Nutter says, is in part to jumpstart fundraising for next year’s World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.