Pennsylvania Election Disgrace As Senate Winner Remains Unknown — Here we are in Pennsylvania 14 hours after the polls closed and we still aren’t sure who won the most talked about election of this year .
Will Mehmet Oz or Dave McCormick be the Republican who takes on John “Whatcha doin’ joggin’ on my street, boy” Fetterman for U.S. Senate this November?
Oh yeah, and did you see were 21,000 mail-in ballots were unscannable in Lancaster County due to a printing error?
Has anybody investigated the broken seal on ballot drop box at the Avon Grove Library in Chester County, or is that just being shrugged off?
The citizen candidates we backed — Mike Miller, Ron Vogel, Carmela Ciliberti and Alex Entin — didn’t win getting between 30 and 40 percent of the vote excepting Vogel who got 20 percent in a four-way race.
None of these people should be embarrassed. Their performance was remarkable considering their lack of money and their establishment opposition.
And none better go away. They are now all veterans with experience and knowledge to be shared.
This is no longer a contest between Republicans and Democrats but between Citizens and Partisans.
Citizens are those who get involved in government to serve. Partisans are those whose motivation in politics is an easy life.
The advantage the Partisan has is investors. The lovers of money are always willing to invest a little to make a lot which is why the Partisan is always going to have money people willing to give him a look.
The advantage the Citizen has is potentially overwhelming numbers. People really don’t like those who take their money just to make their lives harder.
They do have to be woken up, however.