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John C. Rafferty, Jr.

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  • PA Republican wants attorney general's job

    PA Republican wants attorney general's job
    HARRISBURG — The race for Pennsylvania attorney general officially started Wednesday when Republican Sen. John Rafferty, standing before a phalanx of law enforcement officers, vowed to stabilize the beleaguered agency run by a Democrat facing possible criminal charges over a grand jury leak.
  • State senator to run for Pennsylvania attorney general

    A fourth-term Republican state senator wants to run for Pennsylvania attorney general in the 2016 election. Sen. John Rafferty plans to make the formal announcement Wednesday, backed by officials from police and firefighter unions. Rafferty, of...

    Fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's state police nominee uncertain heading into full Senate vote

    Fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's state police nominee uncertain heading into full Senate vote
    HARRISBURG — The fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's choice to head the state police remains uncertain after a Senate committee Wednesday cleared Marcus Brown's nomination for a full Senate vote without saying whether it supports or opposes him for the job....

    PA Senate passes pension bill amid legal concerns, iffy $18 billion savings

    PA Senate passes pension bill amid legal concerns, iffy $18 billion savings
    HARRISBURG — On a near party-line vote that angered unions, the Republican-controlled Senate approved a pension bill Wednesday that reduces government's share of workers' retirement benefits to save taxpayers $18.2 billion over 30 years. But the...

    A Pennsylvania first: Voters will pick three for Supreme Court

    For the first time in 311 years, Pennsylvania has three simultaneous vacancies on its high court. The three vacancies in 1704 on what was then called the Provincial Appellate Court were not filled by the people. They were filled by appointments approved...