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Tuesday -- McCain continues to fight for PA

Despite lagging in the the polls, the McCain campaign isn't giving up in Pennsylvania. Cindy McCain stumps for her husband in Philly. John Baer thinks McCain is counting on the Pennsylvania "cracker factor" to win the state. Meanwhile, City Democrats are still worried they won't get street money for Election Day. City Council Freshman propose budget cuts to ease the city fiscal crisis. More on Dan McElhatton's plans to run for DA. Three teens escape from the Youth Study Center, which has been temporarily moved to East Falls. According to this Wendy Ruderman report, the center is plagued with security problems and poor living conditions.

Tuesday -- McCain continues to fight for PA

Despite lagging in the the polls, the McCain campaign isn't giving up in Pennsylvania. Cindy McCain stumps for her husband in Philly. John Baer thinks McCain is counting on the Pennsylvania "cracker factor" to win the state.

Meanwhile, City Democrats are still worried they won't get street money for Election Day.

City Council Freshman propose budget cuts to ease the city fiscal crisis.

More on Dan McElhatton's plans to run for DA.

Three teens escape from the Youth Study Center, which has been temporarily moved to East Falls. According to this Wendy Ruderman report, the center is plagued with security problems and poor living conditions.

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