Businessman Tom Wolf has been elected Pennsylvania governor after spending $10 million of his own money on a powerful TV ad campaign that helped send Gov. Tom Corbett to a historic defeat.
Chris Stigall talked to Governor Tom Corbett as he campaigned for re-election on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Tom Wolf chatted with voters above ground at 15th and Market, and below ground in Suburban station, where he caught up with KYW’s Mike Dunn.
Chris previewed Election Day in Pennsylvania and around the nation, the controversy surrounding actress Lena Dunham’s latest book, and Sharyl Attkisson’s appearance on FOX News with Bill O’Reilly. He talked to Governor Tom Corbett at 7:35 and Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman at 8:20.
According to polls, a 60-year-trend could end with this race, as since 1954 the Pennsylvania governor office’s has alternated parties every 8 years.
After spending $73 million, Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf try to carve up a win in the race for Pennsylvania Governor. There are many ways to do it, and there will be areas of victory for both sides.
Gov. Tom Corbett, the incumbent Republican, was in West Chester. Democratic challenger Tom Wolf was in Lancaster.
Election 2014 is hours away and incumbent Republican Governor Tom Corbett is trying to keep his job.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf shook hands and posed for pictures in a north Philadelphia supermarket in the final weekend of campaigning before Tuesday’s general election. Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, meanwhile, is stumping for votes in northeast and central Pennsylvania.
“We’re one of 14 state institutions owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Cheyney from the very beginning has been treated like a stepchild,” says Michael Coard, a 1982 Cheyney alumnus who is one of several attorneys representing plaintiffs in the civil rights lawsuit.
According to the latest Franklin and Marshall College poll, Wolf now has a 13 point lead over Governor Corbett among likely voters. Corbett was once trailing by more than 20 points.
The abrupt retirement of a Pa. Supreme Court justice caught up in a government pornographic email scandal is likely to leave the high court without a tie-breaking vote for the rest of the year as the panel is set to undergo significant change.
Time is running out in the most expensive race ever for Pennsylvania governor.
Embroiled in a porn e-mail scandal, Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice Seamus McCaffery is leaving the bench.
The Pennsylvania chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it is preparing to file a lawsuit to get the state’s new “Revictimization Relief Act”overturned.