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The Obama campaign will not only be in Tampa to counter-spin the GOP convention -- Obama surragates plan three-day bus tours through Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wisconsin tomorrow through Wednesday. Exact stops weren't ready at press time but one is expected in Pittsburgh.


As the Republican National Convention begins Monday, so will Obama for America bus tours that include a stop in State College.

From Monday to Wednesday, Obama for America will hold a “Romney/Ryan: Wrong for Pennsylvania” bus tour.


Kevin Washo, Pennsylvania Democrats Executive Director, promises between now and November the Obama campaign will leave no stone unturned.

"Our job is to make sure we get our voters out," said Washo.



With the fog still thick over the Delaware River, Gov. Corbett, joined by about a dozen state officials, all in kayaks, pushed off from the Pennsylvania side Friday morning for a 10-mile float downriver.


The campaigns for President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney have both said they'll begin taking contributions via text message.


On the day Governor Tom Corbett took a kayak down the Delaware River to promote the state’s natural resources, Action 16 Investigates asked why Pennsylvania devotes so little money to tourism.

It is our second largest industry next to agriculture, and yet Pennsylvania spends less money on tourism than every other state around us.


As presidential hopeful Mitt Romney blazes his campaign trail, he’s been calling on Republican governors from New Jersey’s Chris Christie to Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal for help. Not, it seems, invited to the party: Pennsylvania’s Gov. Tom Corbett.


They would have been preaching to the choir if it hadn't been standing behind them.

Backed by an army of about 60 teachers, several politicians, school board members and union leaders bashed Gov. Tom Corbett's cuts to education at a press conference in front of the Wyoming Area Secondary Center Tuesday afternoon.


Democrats rallied outside Wyoming Area Secondary Center on Tuesday and railed against Gov. Tom Corbett’s education agenda.

State Treasurer Rob McCord, running for re-election against Republican Diana Irey Vaughan, told a crowd of supporters – many of them teachers – he believes in fiscal restraint but that “we need to do it in a sensible and prudent way.”


Hope it was a peaceful and prosperous weekend for you. But no matter how prosperous it was, it was likely peanuts compared to Pennsylvania Democrats, who are raising money hand over fist from donors who are exercised over the state's Voter Identification law.