If the Democrats re-elect a Governor in Pennsylvania this fall he will probably control 72 votes at the next Democratic National Convention, might easily have the deciding say on who got the Presidential nomination. That is the biggest piece of the political booty over which Keystone State Democrats, having despoiled the Republicans in 1934, continued to gouge, rabbit-punch and foul each other last week, with the May 17 primary just 20 days away.

Attorney General Charles Joseph Margiotti is running independently for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination and, feeling a bit like a...

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