The Daily Numbers for April 24
The Daily Numbers: 15 percent, expected turnout for today’s Pennsylvania Primary.
5 Republicans seeking nomination for U.S. Senate to run against Sen. Bob Casey Jr.
2 Democrats seeking nomination to run for state attorney general.
7 a.m. to 8 p.m., hours of the polls here in Pennsylvania.
3 names other than Mitt Romney on GOP presidential primary ballot. Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul also listed.
4 other states holding primaries today in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island and Delaware.
500 people who showed up at a business in Chester Township yesterday for rally featuring Mitt Romney and Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio.
2 month reprieve for the Sunoco refinery in South Philly as the company negotiates a deal with the Carlyle Group on a potential joint operation of the facility.
3 percent drop in profits for ConocoPhillips, which has shut down its Trainer refinery and is in the process of seeking a buyer.
2,253 dollars allegedly ripped off from the Chichester Eagles Cheerleading Association by the woman who served as president.
900 dollars in donations to the Goodwill store in Ridley that police say were pilfered by a woman.
1 person killed in a crash on Baltimore Pike in Chester Heights yesterday morning.
16th annual memorial service by Parents of Murdered Children set Wednesday night at the Media Courthouse.
12 inches of snow that hit some northwestern sections of Pa. yesterday.
500,000 customers without electricity during the storm in Pa. and New York.
3 straight losses on the West Coast trip for Phils, who fell 9-5 in Phoenix.
5 runs scored by the Phils in the 9th inning, when game was out of reach.
15-day disabled list for Hunter Pence, who hurt his shoulder diving for a ball.
4 runs on 5 hits surrendered by Phils starter Kyle Kendrick.
2 straight seasons in the playoffs for Sixers, who beat the Nets.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.The Phillies are in serious trouble. Time to make a move, Ruben.
I Don’t Get It: Hope that Voter ID law weeds out all those outlaw voters out there today. I don’t’ get it.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to Sunoco, which is looking at an agreement with Carlyle Group that could keep the South Philly refinery open.
Quote Box: “We know Barack Obama inherited a bad economy. But through his leadership and failed policies, he has made it much, much worse.”
- Congressman Pat Meehan, R-7, at rally for Mitt Romney in Chester Township yesterday.