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  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: State Takeover Looming For Harrisburg.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's pretty inarguable that it's been a tough seven or 10 days for Pennsylvania's Capital City. The Susquehanna River overflowed its banks last week, putting vast swaths of the city underwater. Now, with its...
  • The Electoral College Furor Builds.

     
    Glancing Around The Headlines ... ... this morning, the Senate GOP plan href="http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/mc-pa-electoral-college-change-20110913,0,5747360.story">to change Pennsylvania's electoral college process has gone...
  • The Sunday Brunch: Even More On The Electoral College.

     
    Good Sunday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well, September threw down the window pretty abruptly. And all of a sudden it's tweed jacket weather. Nothing makes us long for our native New England more -- except, perhaps for a fall collapse by......
  • Corbett Says Unspent State Surplus Could Be Needed For Flood Clean-Up; Sticks By Electoral College Plan.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett on Saturday defended his decision to not spend the state’s more than $700 million fiscal 2010-2011 budget surplus, saying that money might be needed for storm clean-up. “We have some bridges that are going to have to......
  • Pileggi Digs In, Promises Public Hearings On Electoral College Plan.

     
    The state Senate Republican who masterminded a plan to overhaul the way Pennsylvania allocates its Electoral College votes dug in his heels Friday, even as some senior GOP chieftains said they wanted to find a way to stop it. “It’s......
  • Senate Preps Flood Relief Bills.

     
    Flood-stricken Pennsylvanians could qualify for extra financial assistance under a package of bills a group of northeastern state lawmakers say they plan to introduce later this week. State residents trying to rebuild their lives in the wake of historic...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Republicans Meet Amidst Electoral College Furor.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As Pennsylvania Republicans roll into town tonight for their fall meeting, they'll be confronting an issue as contentious as any one they've dealt with in recent years: Namely, Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi'...
  • Term Limits

     
    I’m a term limits guy. I know the arguments against them: “We have term limits – they’re called elections!” “All that turnover would deprive us of legislative experience.” “With term limits and constant...
  • Strange Bedfellows Partly Behind Electoral College Effort: Consultant Gerow, Ex-House Dems Lawyer Bill Sloane Helped Get Ball Rolling.

     
    An unlikely alliance between a veteran Republican political operative and the former chief counsel for Pennsylvania’s House Democrats helped give birth to a plan to change how Pennsylvania will allocate its 20 votes in the Electoral College in...
  • The Sunday Brunch.

     
    Good Sunday Morning, All. Hope you're enjoying the weekend. As always, here's a carefully curated selection of links to get your through your Sunday morning. Think of this as the edition of Capitol Ideas that would be hosted by Charles......
  • National Popular Vote Movement Launches Harrisburg Media Buy.

     
    Let The Air Wars Begin! The Florida-based National Popular Vote movement, which (as its name suggests) wants to change the Electoral College system to award the majority of electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote, has launched......
  • Senate Panel Weighs Electoral College Changes.

     
    From The Post-Gazette: "HARRISBURG _ Proposals to tweak how Pennsylvania votes for president abounded here today, with state senators debating the merits of changing how electoral votes are handed out and others pushing to switch to a straight popular...