The race for Governor in Pennsylvania is heating up with candidates starting to spend money.
Governor Corbett is among the spenders, but his education record could be his undoing.
“He didn’t spend a nickel toward the basic subsidy that the schools get. Now he wants to help them out on pension costs by reducing the employer contribution, 29 billion dollar pension debt for the state and school district pension, heading by one estimation, close to 60 billion.”
That’s political pollster, Dr. Terry Madonna, a guest on Comment Please By Univest Tuesday afternoon. He says, school districts would rather have the money in their baseline budgets