November 9, 2011

Wednesday NewsClips

Statewide Election Results: With 98.5 percent of votes counted, all six Commonwealth, Supreme and Superior Court justices up for a yes or no retention vote are breezing to another term on the bench. Republicans and Democrats split the results for the two competitive races for a Commonwealth Court and Superor Court seats: Democrat Wecht won the Superior Court seat and Republican Covey won the Commonwealth Court seat. Click Here for the latest election results for statewide offices.
Supreme Court Justice Eakin Cruises To New Term
Voters Put Wecht On Superior Court
Republican Covey Tops Boockvar In Court Race
House Members Move On: Five Pennsylvania state representatives were elected to county or municipal posts tonight: specials: Doug Reichly (R-Lehigh), Chelsa Wagner (D-Allegheny), Josh Shapiro (R-Montgomery), Jewell Williams (D-Philadlephia), and Denny O'Brien (R-Philadelphia). This will trigger five special elections that will be held no sooner than 60 days after the resignation and no later than the next Primary or General Election.
Montgomery County Swings Democratic
Rep. Wagner Takes On New County Controller Office
Philadelphia Mayor Nutter Wins By 3-to-1 Margin
Democrat Tops Republican In Allegheny County Executive Race
Pittsburgh Residents Approve Library Tax
Ex-Lawmaker Convicted In Corruption Scandal
Rep. Brett Feese, Aide Convicted Of All Corruption Counts
Fumo Back In Court For Resentencing
Sen. Pileggi: PSU President Has Questions To Answer
Lawmaker Wants Federal Probe Of PSU Abuse Case
Corbett To Break Silence On PSU Case
Corbett To Attend Meeting Of Penn State Trustees
PA Medicaid Costs Still Climbing
Statement: Pennsylvanians Concerned About Alcohol Problems
Group Awarded Harness Track License In Lawrence County
Harrisburg Asset Sale Accord May Avert State Takeover
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