Roy Wells is back this week updating a post from September 16, 2010, about how Facebook is now home to millions of likely voters. As we careen towards 2012, the candidate who targets these folks most effectively has a leg up on the competition.
In the latest installment of Meet Team Triad, we are proud to introduce Senior Consultant Dave Dumeyer! Dave brings 21 years of state government and a lifetime of GOP political experience to the Triad squad as a top consultant.
President Barack Obama is coming to Pittsburgh today, just in time to run head long into a hoard of Red Sox fans heading to PNC Park, as well as the annual “Furries” convention. If you are unacquainted with these furry folks, go ahead and Google it. We’ll just wait here until you get back.
As we promised on Monday, here is our exclusive Triad Q and A with Dauphin County Republican lawmaker John Payne!
Welcome to the latest edition of our Meet Team Triad video series! Up today is Triad Associate Elizabeth Gray Smith, one of the creative minds that helps fuel the Strategic Communications practice.
On Wednesday, we will have an exclusive Triad Strategies Network Q and A with Dauphin County Republican lawmaker John Payne.
Embattled U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner of New York resigned this week. In related news, the New York Daily News laid off its Deputy Editor of Sophomoric, Double Entendre-Laced Headline Writing.
In honor of National Guard Day in Pennsylvania, the Triad Strategies Network is proud to share this exclusive video with State Senator and PA National Guard Major John Pippy (R-Allegheny)! Tony May was the host for this wide-ranging discussion on everything from the Guard to transportation funding, and from liquor privatization to social media.
Pennsylvania’s own Rick Santorum shocked three people in Idaho this week when he announced that he is officially running for President. Santorum could be a serious contender for the GOP nod with his well-honed conservative message, although he probably shouldn’t have gone on TV to claim global warming is a hoax on a day when temperatures topped 100 degrees in parts of the northeastern U.S., and the entire Susquehanna River evaporated into a plume of steam right before our eyes.
An occasional sports and spirits blog by a central PA sportswriting legend who -- based upon his Derby and Preakness picks -- should stick to that job full time and not become a professional gambler.
Hello, my pretties. Mr. Fabulous is back after a one-week hiatus to take a good, hard look at Saturday's Belmont Stakes, the final leg of horse racing's Triple Crown.
A Guest Post by Rick Kelly, Triad's Director of Crisis Communications
A few days ago, in the wake of Congressman Anthony Weiner’s naked photo escapades, we commented on the continuing rash of celebrity foibles with a whimsical and, yeah, snarky piece that said, in essence, “If you don’t act like a bonehead in the first place, you won’t have to worry about the consequences.” Duh.
Next week, we’ll renew our Triad Q and A series with Senate Law and Justice Committee Chairman John Pippy. Here is a quick preview of that video, a segment that pertains to a bill running in that committee today, as well as a discussion of State Store privatization efforts. Enjoy!
“Sherman, set the Wayback for the time before I was an idiot”
A Guest Post by Rick Kelly, Triad Director of Crisis Communications
It must have been the parachuting adventure. At the age of 23 or 24, I jumped out of a perfectly good airplane, for no apparent reason. The hard landing pretty much killed my appetite for risky behavior.
This week, Tony May sat down with State Senator Gene Yaw (R-Williamsport) for a wide-ranging conversation about his legislative priorities and how he sees the development of the Marcellus Shale industry as crucial to the revitalization of rural Pennsylvania.
The U.S House of Representatives this week took a vote on raising the nation’s debt ceiling, and it crashed like a lead zeppelin. Democrats accused the GOP of posturing on the issue. This vote came on the heels of a Senate vote on the House GOP budget, a vote that also met the same fate as the aforementioned plumbous dirigible. The GOP immediate accused the Democrats of posturing on the issue. So, now that all members of Congress have presumably much better posture than two weeks ago, any chance some work can actually get done?