Q. In the Democratic primary election for Governor, which of the following Democrats would you most likely support: John Hanger, Rob McCord, Katie McGinty, Allyson Schwartz, Jack Wagner or Tom Wolf?
There are two recent events in the Democratic primary race for Governor: former Auditor General Jack Wagner announced his candidacy as the only hopeful from the Southwest region and York businessman Tom Wolf launched a multimillion dollar advertising campaign across the state, including the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh media markets.
While the talk has been about Wagner’s potential for geographic advantage, the real impact in the race has been Wolf’s spending. In fact, it has given form to a race that to this point has been filled with candidates who lack name identification beyond niche constituencies.
Republicans hold a 4% advantage over Democrats on the generic ballot for Senate. However, Democratic Senator Mark Warner leads Republican Ed Gillespie 44-38%. Medicare Advantage heats up as a 2014 campaign issue.
Republicans lead 37-36% on the generic Senate ballot, while Congressman Steve Daines holds a lead over all potential Democratic opponents
Republicans lead 36-32% on the generic ballot for Senate, but Senator Shaheen leads former Senator Scott Brown by 5%
Republicans lead 35-34% on the generic ballot for Senate, while Congressman Tom Cotton leads Senator Pryor 42-36%
The GOP has their own controversial robopollster