At the Home Plate

With the election culminating tonight, and having followed and studied the 2010 Pennsylvania races, we have our predictions. Regardless of statistical figures and polls, we have here our personal predilections on the election results. A.L.: For senate, I expect Toomey to win due to his long-held lead and the prevailing anti-Democratic opinion for 2010. K.M.: … Continue reading

Less than Flattering: ‘Presentation’ of the Candidates

Corbett would be more convincing if his eyes were looking at the camera and not at the teleprompter to the left of the camera.

Your’e Hired. .

The Issue What is the number one topic on every candidates’ campaign site? Jobs, and how they are going to created.  The latest data on unemployment from the census bureau state that the unemployment rate is 9.2% in Pennsylvania (Sept. 2010). Obviously, creating jobs is a pressing issue for Pennsylvanians.   Penn. comes in right below … Continue reading

In Pennsylvania, incumbent reps challenged everywhere

From left to right: Kathy Dahlkemper, Pat Meehan, Mike Fitzpatrick, Chris Carney, Lou Barletta, Mark Critz

The House races, Pennsylvania’s tug of war, shows more than anything the struggle between parties.

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    Pennforge is a group of college kids excited to follow the 2010 elections of Pennsylvania. We hope to highlight the candidates, the issues, and any race drama that may come up. Thanks for following!