Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers.Ordinarily, we are inclined to regard internal polls in much the same way we regard our horoscope: Good for entertainment purposes, but hardly something we plan our life around.After all, there is rarely much news value in a story whose main thrust is that "Poll paid for by Candidate X shows Candidate X handily winning." And such results are rarely made public if the candidate in question is getting stomped like a narc at a biker rally.But partly because we're looking for a slender opening premise for today's post, and partly because the race for governor is so endlessly compelling, we're going to break our own rule just this once.Thus do we pass along the news (via ) that an internal poll by Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf shows the York County businessman leading the four-person pack of candidateswith 52 percent support among primary voters.The most recent showed Wolf leading state Treasurer Rob McCord, U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz and former Environmental Protection Secretary Katie McGinty. But a healthy number of voters, 46 percent, were still on the fence with more than a month to go before the polls opened.The survey of 600 likely primary voters by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research showed Wolf with a 59 percent favorable rating, compared to 34 percent for McCord; 30 percent for Schwartz and 18 percent for McGinty.The Democratic polling firm's other clients include U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana; Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young and a host of Democratic Congressfolk, .And it will not shock you to learn that Gov. Tom Corbett's re-election campaign does not put much stock in the results:"Just a few days after theexposed some serious questions about Secretary Tom Wolf s business dealings, a poll mysteriously falls out of the sky showing former chief tax collector Tom Wolf with an alleged commanding lead over his fellow liberal Democrats, spokesman Chris Pack told PoliticsPA.The rest of the day's news starts now.The Democratic gubernatorial candidates met in Pittsburgh last night, Campaign finance reports are out, and Gov. Tom Corbett, meanwhile, Political activist (and state House candidate) Pennsylvania progressives , The Post-Gazette reports., The Tribune-Review reports. -- the federal government rarely releases such information.Vape 'em if you got 'em - , PhillyMag reports.Stateline.org takes a What Goes On.10 a.m., Media Center: House and Senate Democrats again call for a severance tax on gas drillers.2 p.m., Capitol Plaza: A wreath-laying for fallen members of the Pa. National Guard.2:30 p.m., Main Rotunda: Financial Literacy Month event.
What Goes On (Nakedly Political Edition).8 a.m.: Breakfast for Rep. Curt Sonney8 a.m.: Breakfast for Sen. Don White 8 a.m.: SDCC Reception8 a.m.: Breakfast for Rep. Keith Greiner7 p.m.: Lincoln Day dinner with U.S. Reps. Tom Marino and Scott PerryRide the circuit and give at the max at today's events and you'll part with ,150 today.
Heavy Rotation.We're going deep into the well of classic Northern Soul this morning for this cut by the late Geno Washington. It's "Michael."
Wednesday's Gratuitous Baseball Link.So remember how, yesterday, we said Tuesday would be a new day for Baltimore after they dropped one to the Yankees the night before? Well then.
And now you're up to date. See you all back here a bit later today.
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