Pennsylvania Republicans are turning up the heat on Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf to cough up his personal and corporate income tax returns.
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Governor Corbett has failed to close the massive gap between him and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf.
The head of the Philadelphia chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, John McNesby, says he’s likely to run for the state senate. And a new court ruling could boost the size of his campaign warchest.
Chris discusses Philadelphia pitch to host the next Democratic National Convention, the protests against police in Ferguson, MO, and he hosts the first edition of Stigall on the Mall. He also talks to Comedian Kevin Nealon at 7:00.
One day after Governor Corbett was in town to announce an advance of funds for the troubled School District of Philadelphia, his Democratic opponent in the upcoming election, Tom Wolf, made a campaign stop in Northeast Philadelphia.
Dom Giordano spoke with Nathan Benefield from the Commonwealth Foundation about the organization’s opposition to a cigarette tax in Philadelphia to help fund city schools.
A recent poll on the race for Pennsylvania governor has raised some eyebrows – and not just because of the results.
Chris expresses his outrage at ESPN suspending Stephen A. Smith for his statements on the NFL suspending Ray Rice for two games and the debate within the GOP on whether to impeach the President. He talks to Author Andrew McCarthy at 7:00, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 and Author Kevin Sabet at 8:20.
Dom Giordano talked with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about what he calls a crisis with public employee’s pensions.
A recent independent voter poll found that the single biggest factor behind voter disapproval of Corbett’s job performance is his record on education.
Visiting Chandler Bat Company, in Norristown, the challenger in the governor’s race took a swing at Corbett’s leadership skills.
The summer season and its tranquility will soon be challenged in the battle for the biggest political prize in Pennsylvania. KYW Special Contributor Larry Kane shares his thoughts.
Larry Kane has details on how the newly signed budget plays right into the middle of the high profile governor’s race in Pennsylvania.
Chris reviews Congressman Eric Cantor’s decision to step down as House Majority Leader, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s testimony on the Bowe Bergdahl swap, and Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf both speaking before the Pennsylvania Economic Council. He talks to Comedian Colin Quinn about his new stage show, Unconstitutional.
Council president Darrell Clarke (photo) says the meetings didn’t fall under the requirements of the state’s Sushine Laws. The head of the Pennsylvania Freedom of Information Coalition begs to differ.