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Republican Pat Toomey, left, and Democrat Joe Sestak, couldn't be further apart ideologically, political scientist G. Terry Madonna says. They're running for the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania.
October 4, 2010 The party has a lot of money and is spending it "profusely" in the Keystone State, says Franklin & Marshall College political scientist G. Terry Madonna. Also, the Republican threat hasn't "crept up" on Democrats as it did in 1994.
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June 24, 2010 Rep. Paul Kanjorski, a Pennsylvania Democrat, was in the midst of an impassioned defense of a program in his state that gets federal money to keep people in their homes when he made a distinction that's causing him some trouble.
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