As was mentioned in an earlier post the real action in the 2014 election will be in the Governor’s races. In the wake of the Tea Party wave of 2010 the GOP found itself with many new chief executives at the state level. One of the biggest states to flip was Pennsylvania.
Well, it looks like it might flip again. New polling shows only one-in-five registered voters think Governor Corbett should have a second term. Just 22 percent of independents want him re-elected. If numbers like these hold up Corbett would be annihilated in the general election. Of course, he may not survive a primary if his defeat seems so obvious.
Keep an eye on Pennsylvania. It could be a bright spot for the Democrats in November 2014.