PensInAz wrote:nicky wrote:will a new governor, you think, have any sort of impact on the decision of the arena issue? Well, at least, a new governor sure won't hurt the Pens chances of gettting a new arena.
Not directly, but still possibly.
The key is that if Lynn gets on board with the IOC's plan, that he can pressure Rendell before a single vote is cast. Even if the election itself is too late to make the difference, the way that politicians use the press might be of benefit. If Lynn's campaign sees something that can gain them votes, they will hopefully make it an issue early on.
I wrote to Lynn to let him know what I thought of Rendell and his position on the issues, and I know some others have, as well. It may help, it may not, but it can't hurt.
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