Kevin Harley, Managing Director of Quantum Communications, and Daniel Doubet, Executive Director of Keystone Progress, discuss the latest news on the the governor’s race, the U.S. Senate primary and the Lt. governor election.
Following WGAL’s Republican Governor Candidates Debate from 7-8 pm, Jeff Piccola, Partner at Boswell, Tintner, Piccola Attorneys at Law, and Jim Hoefler, professor of Political Science at Dickinson College, talk to us about the Race for Governor.
Following our coverage of a Republican Governor Candidate Forum, Jeff Coleman, Principal of Churchill Strategies, and John Micek, Editorial and Opinions Page Editor for PennLive and The Patriot-News, give us their perspectives on the candidates, and who they think stands up most to Governor Tom Wolf.
The PA League of Women Voters, PA Women’s Forum, and Wilson 500, Inc. host a Democratic Lt. Governor Candidates Forum from Widener Law School in Harrisburg, PA. Candidates appear to talk about their campaign, and why you should vote for them in the May primary.
The Venango County Republican Committee hosts a Republican Governor Candidates Forum from The Franklin in Franklin, PA. Candidates Laura Ellsworth, Paul Mango, and Scott Wagner appear to talk about their campaign, and why you should vote for them in the May primary.
The Congressional Redistricting lawsuit has gone to the PA Supreme Court, and U.S. Supreme Court. Charlie Gerow, CEO of Quantum Communications, Dan Doubet, Executive Director of Keystone Progress, and Terry Madonna, Director of the Center for Politics and Public Opinion at Franklin and Marshall College, talk to us about how we got to this point […]
Dauphin County Democrats sponsor a 10th Congressional District Democratic Candidate Forum at Widener University Law School. Candidates include Alan Howe, Eric Ding, Christina Hartman, Shavonnia Corbin Johnson, and George Scott.
The Susquehanna Valley Conservatives are sponsoring a forum for Republican Candidates for Governor. Laura Ellsworth, and Paul Mango take the stage to talk about a variety of issues, and what matters to the constituents of the Susquehanna Valley. Scott Wagner will not be able to attend.