Governor Corbett held an event this past week with a capitol event urging approval of millions of dollars in annual tax credits for a petrochemical plant to be built in western Pennsylvania.
A Franklin and Marshall College poll shows President Obama with a 12 point lead over Mitt Romney
While much has been made about Governor Corbett’s choice for the Republican nomination for US Senate getting trounced, one prominent political analyst thinks there’s a bigger story from this past week’s primary.
Franklin and Marshall College pollster and political analyst Terry Madonna says the race for the GOP nomination for US Senate is one of the most bizarre he’s ever seen.
With the Pennsylvania presidential primary a little more than two weeks away, it’s been quiet on the airwaves, but it looks like that’s about to change.
A new poll shows Rick Santorum surging among Republican voters in Pennsylvania in the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
If Pa. House Bill 11 becomes law, wine could be sold by some beer distributors. Is that a good thing? KYW’s John McDevitt reports that it depends whom you ask.
The Republican leader of the Pennsylvania Senate says he’s considering a run for the United State Senate.
One political scientist says it seems highly unlikely the former governor and Philadelphia mayor would want to take on a 60-hour-a-week job as Temple’s president.
“The president is literally in a battle for his life in the state,” says Franklin and Marshall College political science professor Terry Madonna.
Governor Corbett says his top priority is school vouchers, but he also wants to address transportation funding, liquor privatization, and natural gas drilling.
The new Franklin and Marshall College poll shows 50 percent of Pennsylvania residents would support a Constitutional amendment to legalize gay marriage.
In the heat of summer, the Republican contest for president has gotten hotter.
Generally, governors will not have more political clout at any time in their tenure than in their first year or two. In Harrisburg, you have a first year Republican governor with a legislature not just controlled by his party, but in a big way.
Despite the fact that Republicans control the state legislature and the governor’s office, a noted Pennsylvania political analyst thinks an on-time budget is not a slam dunk this year.