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Sources: Former Pa. Treasurer McCord wore wire while in office

mcall.com — Former Pennsylvania State Treasurer Rob McCord secretly cooperated with federal prosecutors in a corruption investigation while in office and wore a body wire to record conversations with others, the Philadelphia Inquirer has learned. He surreptitiously recorded, among others, a major donor to Pennsylvania politicians whose company made millions helping to invest the public's money, four people familiar with the matter said.

Sources: Former PA treasurer Rob McCord wore a body wire while in office

philly.com — Former state Treasurer Rob McCord secretly cooperated with federal prosecutors in a corruption investigation while in office and wore a body wire to record conversations with others, the Inquirer has learned. He surreptitiously recorded, among others, a major donor to Pennsylvania politicians whose company made millions helping to invest the public's money, four people familiar with the matter said.

Rep. Cohen, state's longest serving legislator, ousted

post-gazette.com — HARRISBURG -- State Rep. Mark Cohen, a Philadelphia Democrat and the state's longest-serving legislator, was defeated in Tuesday's primary, according to unofficial election results. Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in the 202nd District, in the city's Lower Northeast.

State Rep. Mark Cohen loses bid to retain seat

philly.com — HARRISBURG - State Rep. Mark Cohen, a Philadelphia Democrat and the state's longest serving legislator, was defeated in Tuesday's primary, according to unofficial election results. - Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer

Rep. Mark Cohen, state's longest serving legislator, ousted in primary

philly.com — HARRISBURG - State Rep. Mark Cohen, a Philadelphia Democrat and the state's longest serving legislator, was defeated in Tuesday's primary, according to unofficial results. Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in the 202nd district, in the city's lower Northeast, the Associated Press reported.

Rep. Marc Cohen, state's longest serving legislator, ousted in primary

philly.com — HARRISBURG - State Rep. Mark Cohen, a Philadelphia Democrat and the state's longest serving legislator, was defeated in Tuesday's primary, according to unofficial results. Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in the 202nd district, in the city's lower Northeast.

Primary primer: The races worth watching Tuesday

philly.com — After enduring weeks of barnstorming, television ads and rallies, Pennsylvania voters head to the primary polls Tuesday to make choices in the lively presidential contest, a U.S. Senate race going down to the wire and other campaigns that could reshape the political and government landscapes.

Trump fires up crowd in Harrisburg with take-no-prisoners message

philly.com — HARRISBURG - From belittling protesters led out in handcuffs to trashing establishment politicians, from professing his love for Mexico to building "the most gorgeous wall you've ever seen," GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday kept a pumped-up crowd of supporters on its feet with his signature take-no-prisoners message.

Looking for a win in the 'Pennsylvania T'

philly.com — HERSHEY, Pa. - On trips to Pennsylvania this month, Sen. Ted Cruz twice made sure to stop in central Pennsylvania. The area is rich with Republican voters, and even richer with the conservatives for whom Cruz's message of smaller government and Christian conservatism will resonate.

Campaign 2016 rolls into Pennsylvania

philly.com — With New York behind them, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton brought their campaigns to Pennsylvania Wednesday for what promise to be the state's most raucous presidential primary races in recent memory.
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