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  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Weekend Warm-Up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well here we are -- in the final furlong before the April 24 primary. Can't you just feel the electricity in the air? The buzz building before the dramatic face-off between a pack of charismatic......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Post-Gaming The Primary.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Welcome to The Morning After. If you're a victorious candidate, we hope you're still sleeping off the depredations of last night's celebrations. If you're a loser, just remember, there's nothing like a little R&R,...
  • Report: Outside Expenditures In PA17 Tops $572K.

     
    There Have Been Billboards ... ... and TV spots aplenty in the so-nasty-they-declared-a-truce Democratic 17th Congressional District primary between 10-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Tim Holden of Schuylkill County and Scranton lawyer Matt Cartwright. But now...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Smith Defends New Drilling Law.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're into the final furlong before the weekend and we hope you have some rewarding and fun activities on the docket for the next couple of days. The forecast -- at least here in The......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: How Tim Holden Lost The Plot.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If there was one shock result out of Tuesday night's primary election, it was the defeat of 10-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Tim Holden to lawyer Matt Cartwright in the redrawn 17th Congressional District. And that's........
  • 16 years later, Rep. Holden switches vote on balanced budget

     
    In 1995, area Democrat U.S. Rep. Tim Holden was a relatively new member of Congress when he voted against a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Now, 16 years later, Holden, of the 17th district, joined Republicans and just......
  • Holden votes against Pelosi as planned

     
    U.S. Rep. Tim Holden says it was nothing personal. Holden, now the longest serving Pennsylvania lawmaker in the U.S. Congress, hoped to send a message to the majority of his Democratic colleagues Wednesday when he voted against Nancy Pelosi to......
  • Holden among Dems not supporting Pelosi

     
    U.S. Rep. Tim Holden is among seven Democrats who have said they will not support Nancy Pelosi as their leader next year. Holden, who represents all of Dauphin, Lebanon and Schuylkill counties, is one of only seven incumbent Democrats to......
  • Possible redistricting outcome: Critz out, Barletta a lot safer

     
    Pennsylvania will lose one seat in Congress next year because of census population data, and the Washington Post on Monday analyzed how the state's congressional districts may be redrawn by the Republicans in charge. "One is to draw Democratic Reps.......
  • 2010 Census population by U.S. congressional district

     
    Courtesy of the Morning Call's Database Editor, Eugene Tauber: U.S. Rep. Population 2000 Population 2010 % Change diff. from 707,495 target Bob Brady 515,560 655,146 27.1% 52,349 Chakkah Fattah 532,455 630,277 18.4% 77,218 Mike Kelly 572,488 640,356 11.9%...
  • JoePa's Kid Calls For Spiking PSU's Appropriation.

     
    So This Oughta Make Things ... ... a touch on the awkward side at the next alumni/administration mixer. The same day that Penn State President Graham Spanier said he'd have to close satellite campuses because of cuts included in Gov. Tom Corbett's budget,...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: More News About Higher Education.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Always a blog to look at the glass as half-full rather than half-empty (primarily because this means that we're at Happy Hour somewhere), we've been trying to find a silver lining in the ongoing discussion......