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2012 Pennsylvania Senate Debate


    Penna. Senate debates:
  • Philadelphia Daily News debate coverage 4/4/2012, debate at the Union League.
  • GOP primary debate in Murrysville; hosted by Murrysville-Export Republican Committee, covered by PoliticsPA.com January 21st, 2012
  • The Patriot-News and Erie Times-News coverage of (non-)debate plans, Oct. 11-12, 2012
  • WMZ-TV 69-News coverage, Oct. 18, 2012
  • Debate at the WPVI-TV studio, Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, in Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters.

 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
Abortion
    Tom Smith: Pro-life, period, but not for rape.
    Tom Smith: No abortion under all circumstances, including rape & incest.
    Marc Scaringi: Pro-life.
Budget & Economy
    Tom Smith: Stagnant economy due to over-regulation & complex taxes.
    Marc Scaringi: We need a balanced budget amendment.
Civil Rights
    Bob Casey: Right ongoing wrongs in college admissions.
    Tom Smith: Equal pay for equal work.
Corporations
    Tom Smith: Compliance with regulations is strangling business.
    Steve Welch: Current tax code punishes small businesses while GE pays 0%.
Education
    Tom Smith: Get rid of the Department of Education.
Energy & Oil
    Tom Smith: Fossil fuels are key to reasonable energy prices.
    Tom Smith: Former coal company executive; ease up on coal mining.
    Marc Scaringi: Make Pennsylvania energy independent via Marcellus Shale.
Environment
    Marc Scaringi: Our children will inherit debt from Cash for Clunkers.
    Sam Rohrer: Eliminate Department of Energy; scale back EPA.
Government Reform
    Steve Welch: Term limits instead of a road to riches.
Gun Control
    Marc Scaringi: Pro-second amendment.
Health Care
    Bob Casey: Shift $700B from Medicare to ObamaCare, but no senior funds.
    Marc Scaringi: ObamaCare is profoundly unconstitutional.
    Steve Welch: Lunacy that consumers don't know real prices.
    Sam Rohrer: ObamaCare is big government mentality.
Immigration
    Marc Scaringi: Secure America's borders.
    Steve Welch: Secure America's borders.
Jobs
    Sam Rohrer: Washington does not create jobs; but it can destroy jobs.
    Marc Scaringi: Lack of right-to-work harms the people of Pennsylvania.
    Steve Welch: National right-to-work make us globally competitive.
Principles & Values
    Bob Casey: Optimistic there will be debates; but won't say so on record.
    Tom Smith: Optimistic there will be a debate; but nothing finalized.
    Bob Casey: Declined to respond to League of Women Voters questionnaire.
    Tom Smith: Declined to respond to League of Women Voters questionnaire.
    Steve Welch: Voted Democratic in 2008; but renounced support of Obama.
    Tom Smith: Elected as Democrat as township supervisor for decades.
    Steve Welch: Switched party from Democrat to GOP in 2005.
Social Security
    Bob Casey: Stop these crazy proposals to put benefits in stock market.
    Tom Smith: Let Social Security payroll tax reduction expire in January.
    Tom Smith: AdWatch: divert payroll tax into privately managed accounts.
Tax Reform
    Tom Smith: Supports flat tax; remove loopholes but keep exemptions.
    Sam Rohrer: High taxation comes from ignoring the Constitution.
War & Peace
    Marc Scaringi: Proceed with caution with Iran; they have no nukes.
    Sam Rohrer: Threats by Iran should not be taken lightly.
    Steve Welch: Everything needs to on the table with Iran, but not publicly.


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