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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Institute Of Public Opinion
Tom Wolf had been heavily favored in polls for almost two months to win the four-way Democratic gubernatorial primary election before an opponent pulled the trigger on a TV attack ad against him.
Pennsylvania, which hasn’t voted for a Republican for president since George H.W. Bush in 1988, suddenly has become a tempting prize for Mitt Romney.
Americans' belief in global warming is on the rise, along with temperatures and surprising weather changes, according to a new university poll.
The White House is billing President Obama's trip Wednesday to Scranton, Pa., as an opportunity to talk about tax cuts, but the location just happens to be crucial to his re-election chances next year.
"It's certainly a formidable challenge to reel him in at this point," Borick said. "It's just looking at the math."
But for McCord and Schwartz, who are attacking a fellow Democrat, the risk is greater, Borick said.