Bucks County’s District Attorney David Heckler says the voter fraud investigation surrounding Patrick Murphy’s failed 2010 Congressional re-election bid continues despite being put on the back-burner by more pressing recent cases.
WHYY’s Jan Ting reports that Patrick Murphy, ridden out of office by a wave of anger over his lockstep support of the failed liberal Obama agenda, is thinking about running for Pennsylvania Attorney General.
Democrats in the Connecticut Governor’s election, the race called and then uncalled by the AP for the Democrat on Election Night, have strangely found a mysterious bag of uncounted ballots.
Well, that whole Democrats building bridges and listening to the voice of the people thing lasted all of about 14 hours.
Candidates from the Republican Party have gained well in excess of the 39 seats necessary for them to enter the 112th Congress with control of the House of Representatives.
Republican Pat Toomey has defeated Democratic Socialist candidate Joe Sestak, winning the race to replace Arlen Specter as a US Senator from Pennsylvania.
Do a dance. Pop the Champagne. Holler out the window. Moon a liberal. Republican Mike Fitzpatrick is headed back to Capitol Hill after defeating Nancy Pelosi’s favorite go-to Socialist Patrick Murphy in Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District.
Republican Tom Corbett has defeated far-left Democrat candidate Dan Onorato in the race to become Pennsylvania’s next governor.
Mike Fitzpatrick told National Review Online’s Robert Costa that he’s seeing heavy turnout from Upper Bucks County Lower Bucks, and that the increased voter participation favors his bid to unseat Democratic Socialist incumbent Congressman Patrick Murphy.
The race to unseat Nancy Pelosi’s houseboy Patrick Murphy will be headed into an endless round of recounts and court battles unless we blow him out of office with a massive, overwhelming defeat.