A COMMON-SENSE, CONSERVATIVE ALTERNATIVE TO THE LIBERAL-DOMINATED MEDIA
Sunday, February 09, 2014
No gubernatorial candidate gets endorsement from Pa. Democratic Party
Some 300 top Democratic Party officials gathered in Hershey to
consider endorsing one of the 7 candidates seeking the party's
nomination for Pennsylvania governor, but none of the candidates could
get the required two-thirds majority to win the endorsement. That means
the candidates will have to slug it out until the May primary, spending
campaign money to differentiate themselves from the herd, which won't be so easy to do considering they're all tax-and-spend liberals.
Meanwhile, incumbent Republican Gov. Tom Corbet can concentrate his resources on the November General Election.
Check out Brad Bumsted's story on the endorsement meeting at the link below: