Smith Internal Poll: Smith Leads Senate Primary (PA U.S. Senate)

Tom Smith, Republican candidate for US Senate. was in Erie on December 21, 2011 and met with Chairman Salmon and four state committee members to present his views on the current state of the nation and state as well as on the economy.

He presented himself as a conservative supporting Ronald Reagan and subsequent conservative candidates. However he expressed regret for his support of former Senator Arlen Spector. He is seeking the support of the Pennsylvania and Erie Republicans in his quest for nomination at the April primary election. His video and biographic data appears on our web site for Senate Candidates Continue reading “Smith Internal Poll: Smith Leads Senate Primary (PA U.S. Senate)”


WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) on December 19, 2011 announced the launch of Had Enough?, a new constituent services program.

Had Enough? will ask Pennsylvanians to tell the senator their experiences with red tape, government waste and overregulation. Had Enough? is focused on helping Pennsylvanians, finding solutions, and making the federal government work more effectively.
Constituents can submit their ideas through the senator’s Had Enough? website at The senator will select the best ideas and work to resolve these issues for Pennsylvanians. Continue reading “SEN. TOOMEY ANNOUNCES NEW “HAD ENOUGH?” CONSTITUENT SERVICES PROGRAM”

Rasmussen Poll: Gingrich, Romney Strongest to Beat Obama

Monday, 12 Dec 2011 02:20 PM
By Martin Gould

Voters are evenly divided over whether Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney would provide President Barack Obama with the strongest GOP challenge next November, according to a new Rasmussen Reports poll.

But twice as many Republican voters feel that the former House speaker would have a better chance of beating Obama in the race for the White House. Continue reading “Rasmussen Poll: Gingrich, Romney Strongest to Beat Obama”


President Obama and Bob Casey have been best friends in Washington, D.C. throughout the past 3 years. Bob Casey has voted with President Obama 98% of the time. Yes, you read that correctly. 98% of the time. Yet when the unpopular President visits Casey’s hometown – Scranton – the Senator is conspicuously absent. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus even offered $100 to the first person who can get a picture of Casey and Obama together. Continue reading “WHERE’S BOB CASEY?”