After Tuesday’s election, America is essentially right where it was before voters went to the polls.
President Barack Obama won the electoral college– and the popular vote– as well as the state of Pennsylvania.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Gov Corbett about Kathleen Kane’s possible investigation of his handling of the Jerry Sandusky case, as well as his thoughts on the rest of Pennsylvania’s election results.
President Barack Obama won Tuesday’s election and will get another four years in office. There is no doubt that this presidential race will be analyzed for years to come.
His lease renewed in trying economic times, President Barack Obama claimed a second term from an incredibly divided electorate and immediately braced for daunting challenges and progress that comes only in fits and starts.
With just hours to spare until the final ballot was cast, Vice President Joe Biden talked with KDKA Radio’s Bill Rehkopf on the KDKA Afternoon News to encourage people on the fence about voting, that they should head to the polls and perform their civic duty.
With a festive atmosphere outside, voters lined up early and it hasn’t let up on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
KDKA-TV Political Editor Jon Delano will be keeping a close eye on the key races and will have updates throughout the day.
It did not take long for voting problems to arise on Election Day. Some voters claim they’ve had to stand in long lines, they’ve been turned away and in some cases, the machines weren’t working properly.
Voters will head to the polls today to decide many races, including who will be the next president of the United States.
History would suggest that winning Pennsylvania in Tuesday’s Presidential Election is an uphill climb for Republican nominee Mitt Romney. However, his campaign suggests there’s a growing GOP momentum in the Keystone State.
In case you were to busy to catch a portion of Monday’s KDKA Afternoon News with Bill Rehkopf, here’s what you may have missed.
Former President Bill Clinton has become President Obama’s surrogate-in-chief, making nearly two dozen campaign stops in the last week alone. Today, Clinton hit Pittsburgh.
Half the Pennsylvania State Senate is on the ballot next week, but many state senators face little or no opposition.
Maybe it’s no surprise that Tom Smith, a man who made millions in the coal business, feels strongly about the future of this industry.