Understatement of the Year

From a writer to the Allentown Morning Call: “Callahan, Dent differ on gun control laws.” I’m glad someone is getting the word out about this race. PA-15 is one I’ve been keeping a nervous eye on, because Callahan is the first MAIG mayor to run for Congress, as far as I know, and he hasn’t left the group or denounced it. Fortunately, Dent is leading Callahan, and I couldn’t be any happier about that. Still, the poll next Tuesday is the only one that matters, and this race isn’t one to take for granted. Callahan has been the first serious challenger Dent has faced for a while. Here’s hoping Callahan has to go back to being a MAIG mayor instead of an anti-gun Congressman.

2 thoughts on “Understatement of the Year”

  1. It’s not just the first MAIG mayor to run for Congress, he’s the only MAIG mayor left running for any higher office. All of the others have dropped out and denounced the group or lost in their primary battles after gun control became an issue.

  2. The only unknow in this race is how many votes Jake Towne will syphon off Charlie Dent, and if he will play the roll of spoiler on Tuesday.

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