Sunday, November 4, 2012
The good news is that ads will end after Tuesday. The bad news is Election Day is still two days away.
As we head into the last few days before the election, the campaign ads seem never ending. But do they influence voters or turn them off? Some people hang on to those ads which agree with their viewpoint but others just seem to be grating if you don't have a similar viewpoint. Many seem to be negative ads against the opponent rather than ones that point out the attributes of the candidate. So, you tell us. Take our poll and if there's a specific commercial that you want to point out, tell us in the comments section.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
The Democratic congressional contender said he may not be able to vote because of the new law.
A candidate for Congress may not be able to vote this November because of Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law. Washington County Commissioner Larry Maggi has a different name on his voter registration than he does on his driver’s license. His voter registration is listed as “Larry Maggi” while his driver’s license reads “Lawrence Owen Maggi.” The Democratic nominee for Congress in Pennsylvania's 18th District is challenging the current congressman, Republican Tim Murphy. To raise awareness of how unprepared the state is to implement the new Voter ID law in less than 90 days, Maggi created www.letlarryvote.com to encourage others to sign his petition and demonstrate support for an injunction to delay the law’s implementation. According to …