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Pennsylvania Goes Romney?

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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


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Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times
 

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No doubt

but Papa Obama and his minions will be hard at work in Pennsylvania


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Papa Obama's "hold" on PA, is tenuous, at best
 

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Sadly for the left

National Polls show
the trends are all in Romney's way
and above Papa Obama

PA will be no different

Papa Obama is not working
and nobody likes to vote for a loser
 
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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


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Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times

the cities such as Philly, Pittsburgh and Harrrisburg will be Obama territory.

The rest of the state will remember the "bitterly clinging" remark on election day.

Also, if you read some of the posts from the far left around here you would think the GOP is dead.

Not hardly............................
 
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The radical left is holding on to "Hope"
while the rest of the country hangs on to "change'

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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


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Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times

the cities such as Philly, Pittsburgh and Harrrisburg will be Obama territory.

The rest od the state will remember the "bitterly clinging" remark on election day.

Also, if you read some of the posts from the far left around here you would think the GOP is dead.

Not hardly............................

With Republicans mostly in charge of redistricting the State, it does make for an interesting twist..
 

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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


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Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times
obama's attack on coal has hurt the economy of Pennsylvania and Ohio I'm shocked it's this close.
 

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if Obama wins Penna it will be b/c of the three urban areas I mentioned.

The hinterland is disolutioned, and I'm being kind, with Obama.
 
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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


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Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times
obama's attack on coal has hurt the economy of Pennsylvania and Ohio I'm shocked it's this close.

That's a good point ...although Obama has flipped on this, he started off pretty well saying he planned on destroying the coal industry but now he's playing,"King Coal" he loves the coal industry now.. :lol:..
 
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Sheesh.. Democrats got their butts kicked in the 2010 election, lets all hope that the trend continues...:thup:

It is interesting that Pennsylvania is considered a toss up State now and Romney's ground game is in full force within the State


---------------------------:dunno:


Comments & Results of 2010 election

Pennsylvania has been a blue state. Registered Democrats far outnumber Republicans, and it voted Democratic in all five presidential elections from 1992 to 2008. Still, the state swings with national trends.

And for this election at least, Pennsylvania turned red, with residents expressing anxiety over joblessness, the economy and, especially among older voters, the health care overhaul.

Republicans won the governorship, picked up a seat in the Senate, gained five seats in the House, and took control of both chambers of the Legislature.

“It was just a sweeping Republican victory,” said Rogers Smith, a political scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

In the governor’s race, Tom Corbett, a Republican attorney general who campaigned as a government reformer on a broad investigation he led into legislative corruption, defeated Dan Onorato, the Democratic executive of Allegheny County. Gov. Edward G. Rendell, a Democrat, is leaving office because of term limits.


Pennsylvania - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times

the cities such as Philly, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg will be Obama territory.

The rest of the state will remember the "bitterly clinging" remark on election day.

Also, if you read some of the posts from the far left around here you would think the GOP is dead.

Not hardly............................

Obama Faces Difficulties in the Coal-Producing Regions of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Virginia - WSJ.com
 

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