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FM2012 Part 2 - Champion's Trophy

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Gov. Tom Wolf has decided that 15th District voters will choose someone to serve out retiring U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent's term in the Nov. 6 general election -- alongside the election to elect a representative for a two-year term to the newly created, Lehigh Valley-based 7th District. This makes no sense, and it will be  confusing to voters. Dent has said he'll step down before Memorial Day. When that happens, Wolf should schedule a special election for this summer, which would allow someone to fill most of the rest of Dent's term, rather than one month after the general election. Wolf said he based the decision on financial and practical reasons; Republicans accused Wolf of playing politics with the fill-in election. Also on Nov. 6, voters in southeastern Pennsylvania will choose a lame-duck successor to Rep. Pat Meehan, R-Pa., who resigned last week.

State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe has again proven he is Pennsylvania's gerrymanderer-in-chief. This week Metcalfe, Republican chairman of the State Government Committee, throttled another attempt to get a redistricting reform bill out of his committee and onto the floor for a vote. The measure, sponsored by state Rep. Steve Samuelson, D-Northampton-Lehigh, would start the process for an independent citizens commission to redraw congressional districts every 10 years. On Monday, as he did earlier, Metcalfe called a committee meeting on short notice and personally inserted changes in the bill, which would put redistricting in the hands of six lawmakers. Then he quickly ended the meeting without allowing a vote. Metcalfe is the chief obstacle to fair elections in Pennsylvania. He's a disgrace to his office -- and a champion to the power-mongers.

How many UEFA CHAMPION LEAGUE trophies has Edwin Van Der Sar won?


Two.