The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Oct. 12

The Daily Numbers: 27 days until the November 8 election.

300,000 voter registrations filed in Pa. online over the last 3 weeks.

3,200 per hour that were being filed yesterday, the last day to register to vote in Pa.

77,400 how many people registered online yesterday.

13, age of teen being eyed in connection with series of brutal carjackings in Upper Darby.

5 years of intermediate punishment, including 1 year electronic home monitoring, for Upper Darby man who pleaded guilty to assaulting his 6-week-old son.

100,000 dollar check for Interboro from State Farm Insurance to boost its aquaponics program.

.45 mills tax hike proposed in preliminary budget in Upper Darby.

1,992 average tax bill would rise to $2,037.

45 dollar increase for most residents.

2.3 million dollar fine for Comcast for mischarging its customers.

5,000 fine for exec at Pa. cheese biz that mislabeled cheap stuff as more expensive fare.

2 arrests for SEPTA police officer, who has been placed on leave.

2-2 deadlock in NLDS after ex-Phil Chase Utley came up with game-winning hit in the 8th inning.

1 inning and change in relief for former Phil Joe Blanton, who got the win.

108-year championship drought for Cubs, who won their NLDS series against the Giants and now await the Dodgers-Nats winner.

10 game suspension for Eagles offensive right tackle Lane Johnson.

2nd PED violation for the former No. 1 draft pick.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Am I the only one who believes the Eagles seem especially ticked off at their star offensive lineman Lane Johnson, who is now sidelined for 10 games because of a 2nd PED violation.

I Don’t Get It: A 13-year-old toting a shotgun in his pants let. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Interboro High School aquaponics program, which just got a big $100,000 boost from State Farm Insurance.

Quote Box: “I had hoped that Donald Trump would persuade me to be an enthusiastic supporter, that had been what I’d hoped ... but at this point, I remain unpersuaded.”

- Pat Toomey, on Donald Trump.