Pennsylvania Report

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Pennsylvania Report
Pennsylvania Report masthead.png
Type political newspaper
Format bi-weekly
Owner(s) David Buffington[1]
Capital Growth, Inc.[2]
Editor-in-chief Brian O'Connell
Founded 1985
Headquarters Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
ISSN 0882-0570
Website www.pa-report.com.com/

The Pennsylvania Report is an independent bi-weekly subscription-based political newspaper published in Pennsylvania.[1][3] It is "widely read by the state's political junkies."[4] It was founded in 1985 by David Buffington, a former public relations worker for the Pennsylvania Government.[1]

It provides confidential reports on "personalities, events and trends" within the politics of Pennsylvania.[2] Annual features include "The PA Report 100," profiling 100 individuals the editors think are "most likely to have an impact on government and politics" in Pennsylvania that year, and "The Political Stock Exchange," ranking the relative value of political personalities to their cause.[2][3] The annual "Legislative All Star Team" provides a tongue-in-cheek baseball team composed of legislators.[5]

Features and exclusive interviews in the Pennsylvania Report frequently appear in other publications, including the Pittsburgh Post Gazette[6][7] and the Philadelphia City Paper.[8][9]

Former editor David Buffington is frequently quoted regarding issues of Pennsylvania politics.[10][11][12][13] [14][15]

The results of a Pennsylvania Report poll regarding the 1994 Pennsylvania gubernatorial election was reported in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.[4] In an article about freshman legislator Shawn Flaherty, the Pittsburgh City Paper noted that he had been dubbed "Rookie of the Year" by the Pennsylvania Report.[16]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Miller, Dan (November 30, 2007). "Hummelstown paper to keep its local 'voice'". The Patriot-News. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 
  2. ^ a b c "PA Report 100". Pennsylvania Report. Capital Growth, Inc. January 23, 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-08-14. 
  3. ^ a b "About". Pennsylvania Report. Capital Growth, Inc. 
  4. ^ a b Reeves, Tim (September 19, 1993). "And They're Off In Governor Race\Ridge Is Winning Friends In Party By Aiding Others". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. an independent newsletter widely read by the state's political junkies 
  5. ^ "2009 PA Report All Star Edition". Pennsylvania Report. Capital Growth, Inc. August 7, 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-08-14. 
  6. ^ O'Toole, James (September 5, 1999). "Singel might try for Senate". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  7. ^ O'Toole, James (January 17, 1998). "Itkin to Have Challenger for House Seat". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  8. ^ "GuvWatch: Staving off Fumo // Pursuing Progressives". Philadelphia City Paper. Philadelphia. October 11, 2001. 
  9. ^ O'Toole, James (June 29, 1997). "Fund-raising Mills Grind Fast During Political Slow Season". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  10. ^ Durantine, Peter (November 9, 1996). "Fisher, Kohn May Have Spent Record Amounts". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  11. ^ Morris, Anne Fahy (March 14, 1994). "Saturday Action Profits Action Profits Preate/Some Say News Headlines Also Serve as Political Ads". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. 
  12. ^ Reeves, Tim (January 11, 1994). "Hafer Not Running for Office in '94\Local GOP Candidates for Governor, Senate Breathe Sigh of Relief". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  13. ^ "Yeakel Struggles to Keep Early Backing". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. October 21, 1992. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  14. ^ Bowman, Lee (November 10, 1991). "Wofford Win Propels Campaign Against Specter". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  15. ^ Bowman, Lee (July 7, 1991). "Thornburgh Uses 'Stealth Campaign' Against Wofford". Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Pittsburgh: PG Publishing Co., Inc. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  16. ^ Law, Violet (October 25, 2006). "State House of Representatives: 30th District". Pittsburgh City Paper. Pittsburgh: Steel City Media. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 

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