Vic Stabile, Superior Court Candidate of Carlisle, Cumberland County and Anne Covey, Commonwealth Court Candidate of New Hope, Bucks County issued the following statement today. As we reflect on our successful campaigns on Tuesday, we recognize and thank each and every one of you for all of your hard work these past few months.
Congratulations to all successful candidates in the just concluded primary elections. Thanks to all of our candidates and supporters who participated in this election cycle. Please view the complete preliminary results reported from all precincts at 10:41 pm May 17, 2011. primaryresults1020
The just released 2011 Medicare trustees report does not contain any big surprises. Much of what the trustees say in this report they have said before: Medicare poses enormous challenges for patients and taxpayers alike, and its financial condition continues a downward slide. Some key findings: Medicare’s unfunded obligations increased by $2 trillion. A key […]
We would like everybody to go to vote on May 17, 2011. The choice is yours to make but we’ll help you get there, if you need a ride. CALL: 814-314-9130 and leave a message with your name, address and telephone number and you will receive a call by your driver. Please speak slowly and […]
PRINCETON, NJ — By a 47% to 19% margin, Americans say they would want their member of Congress to vote against raising the U.S. debt ceiling, while 34% don’t know enough to say. Republicans oppose raising the debt ceiling by 70% to 8% and independents by 46% to 15%. Democrats favor raising the ceiling by […]
“A financial crisis is surely going to happen as big or bigger than the one we had in 2008 if we continue to behave the way we’re behaving,” says Stanley Druckenmiller, the legendary investor and onetime fund manager for George Soros. Is this another warning from Wall Street that Congress must immediately raise the federal […]
News services in Pittsburgh and Erie are reporting that Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett will undergo back surgery Monday in Pittsburgh for treatment of spinal stenosis. The surgery at Allegheny General Hospital will require the governor to stay in the hospital for one or two days, the governor’s office announced today. Corbett is expected to resume […]
Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett today ordered all U.S. and Pennsylvania flags at commonwealth facilities statewide to be flown at half-staff on Sunday, May 15 to recognize National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Peace Officers Memorial Day was created by Congress to honor the memory of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Private […]