T.J. Rooney and Alan Novak join a bipartisan group of former elected officials calling for safe ways to participate in the November election.
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Broad + Liberty asked political analysts T.J. Rooney and Alan Novak to discuss Pennsylvania’s current political landscape and explore what the 2019 election means for 2020.
Alan: Everybody who’s on the ballot in 2020 is already thinking about next year, especially members of Congress and folks who will be involved in the presidential campaigns. The Trump campaign is putting their people in place all across Pennsylvania, particularly in areas where they need to duplicate the 2016 results.
RooneyNovak Group LLC: Long-time PA political operative Mary Isenhour leaving campaign trail for venture with former partner
Mary Isenhour, a central figure in helping to elect then-unknown-candidate Tom Wolf to a first term as governor in 2014 and a key strategist in his decisive re-election Nov. 6, is leaving the campaign trail for a venture with a former partner.