The next gubernatorial election could be a horse race.
Gov. Tom Corbett “looks like the country’s most vulnerable governor heading into the 2014 election,” reports the National Journal. …
Citing a Quinnipiac poll last month that put the Republican’s approval rating at 35 percent, Alex Roarty writes that Corbett is in trouble with members of his own party who are chomping at the primary bit.
Rob Gleason, the state’s GOP party chairman, insists that Corbett will not step aside.
But, a Pennsylvania-based Republican strategist tells Roarty, “having people talk about if he should run or not isn’t where you want to be a year out.”