Governor Andre Bauer, who hopes to succeed fellow Republican Mark Sanford as his state's governor, drew a comparison between government help for poor people and "feeding stray animals" — who, he noted, "breed. You're facilitating the problem if you give an animal or a person ample food supply. They will reproduce, especially ones that don't think too much further than that.
February 7, Lt. Mike Stack III doesn't have the public support of the incumbent governor, and he's facing an eye-popping six primary opponents. What's more, Stack's legal bills are piling up — and one of his biggest campaign contributors is his mom.
Stack's report didn't give an explanation, but he made the payments as the state inspector general investigated allegations that the lieutenant governor and his wife mistreated their state security detail and other staff.
Stack retained Mark Shepparda white-collar criminal defense attorney with the firm, to represent him in the inspector general's probe last year.
The heavy spending comes as a half-dozen Democratssensing a vulnerable incumbent, are challenging Stack for the party's nomination in May. That's an unusually big pool of contenders for a relatively obscure statewide office.
Wolf, a Democrat who is up for reelection in November, hasn't endorsed a candidate in the race. Wolf and I have different styles," Stack said during a debate last week.
But we have been active partners on a number of issues. We are in lock-step on every major issue that Pennsylvanians care about.
Stack's office later said his wife, Tonya, had checked into a treatment facility to get help for a mental-health problem. Wolf has said he won't release the inspector general's report, in part citing Tonya Stack's treatment.
Marty Marks, a spokesman for Mike Stack, said the legal expenses wouldn't hamper the campaign. Although Stack raised the most money last year of any Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, one of his rivals ended the year with more cash on hand.
Among Stack's most generous contributors was his mother, Felice R. Stack, a retired municipal court judge. That was Fumo for Senate's only donation last year.
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