GOP Governors Rally in Pa. for Corbett, Toomey

Friday, 29 Oct 2010 07:02 AM

 

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READING, Pa. — Three high-profile Republican governors are visiting Pennsylvania to stump for the state's GOP candidates for governor and U.S. senator.

Governors Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota, Haley Barbour of Mississippi and Chris Christie of New Jersey are starting Friday with a rally in Reading for GOP gubernatorial nominee Tom Corbett and Senate candidate Pat Toomey.

Then they're heading to Lancaster County Airport for another rally.

Big names from both parties are crisscrossing Pennsylvania to make their final pitches before Tuesday's election.

Former President Bill Clinton stopped Thursday in Erie and Philadelphia for Democrat U.S. Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper and gubernatorial nominee, Dan Onorato. President Barack Obama visits Philadelphia for another rally Saturday.

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