[Patch.com] - By Bob Byrne, Nate Adams, and Richard Cook Chester County businessman Steve Welch went into the primary election as the candidate endorsed by both the state and Chester County Republican Party committees. He lost. So did Democrat Attorney General
[Patch.com] - By Pete Kennedy Editor's note: The article below is based on an interview with Steve Welch, the Malvern businessman running for US Senate, that was conducted in February. The quotes in the Q&A section have been edited for length and clarity.
[KCSR] - Steve Welch, Chadron, Neb., Aster mineral spectral indices applied to geological mapping of the Chadron dome in Dawes County. Joe Reedy, Vale, SD, Using a streambed temperature sensor array to study hyporheic flow in Chadron Creek.
[The Unionville Times] - In almost every race, the better funded campaign won — and in the case of the race for the Republican nomination for US Senate, despite the active support of a sitting governor and most of the party establishment for Unionville native Steve Welch
[Pittsburgh Post Gazette] - With no backing from the state Republican establishment or its top elected officials, Mr. Smith, 64, nonetheless soundly stomped GOP-endorsed candidate Steve Welch. And after arm-twisting by Gov. Tom Corbett earlier this year to rally his party behind
[Delaware County Daily Times] - I'm not sure if Tom Smith wants to embrace the governor after running against him and the party and crushing Corbett's guy, Chester County tech entrepreneur Steve Welch. He came in third, behind another conservative firebrand, Sam Rohrer.
[Tbo.com] - Louis Romano, right, attempts to stump the trivia host Steve Welch, left, during a game at Dale Gastro Pub on April 19. Steve Welch answers a trivia question during a game at Dale Gastro Pub on April 19. Lynne Chestnut Murray, far right
[ThinkProgress] - The five GOP candidates on the ballot include former coal mining CEO Tom Smith, biotechnology CEO Steve Welch, and former state Rep. Sam Rorher. While these candidates have been campaigning for months, a new Super PAC (seemingly aligned with Welch) has
[Dorset Echo] - “Tom Peck and Steve Welch were the umpteenth pairing we've had at the back this season but they were superb. “Ross Walker is getting better with every game and Ash Weeks in goal made a great point-blank save in the first half.
[Human Events] - Sam Rohrer (for voting for a controversial pay raise while in the legislature) and venture capitalist Steve Welch (for changing his registration to vote for Barack Obama in the '08 primary and contributing to arch-liberal Democratic Rep.
[The Atlantic] - His two main opponents, Steve Welch and Tom Smith, are both wealthy businessmen and former Democrats: Welch, a 35-year-old venture capitalist, was registered as a Democrat as recently as 2008, when he voted for Barack Obama in the primary; Smith
[Human Events] - “This administration is restricting our opportunities to get resources from beneath our own feet,” businessman and Republican US Senate candidate Steve Welch told us before the Lancaster County Republican dinner Tuesday night.
[Capitol Ideas with John L. Micek (blog)] - Steve Welch lost to Tom Smith in Tuesday's Republican US Senate primary, but Welch wasn't the only one who suffered a reversal of his political fortunes. Gov. Tom Corbett, who endorsed Welch when many in the party were urging GOP chieftains to stay
[Commentary] - Corbett and the state party wanted Steve Welch, a 35-year-old entrepreneur who was a registered Democrat as recently as But Tea Party activists embraced Tom Smith, a coal millionaire from the Western region of the state.
[Capitol Ideas with John L. Micek (blog)] - But Corbett suffered a major political defeat with the loss of hand-picked candidate Steve Welch, who finished a distant second behind winning candidate Tom Smith. With more than 99 percent of precincts reporting, Welch took percent to Smith's
[Capitol Ideas with John L. Micek (blog)] - The rest of today's news starts after the jump featuring Steve Welch, Tom Smith and several other people whose names we've yet to learn is emerging from the shadows of the presidential contest and becoming a must-see race in its own right
[The Tribune-Democrat] - They are David Christian of Bucks County, Marc Scaringi of Cumberland County, Steve Welch of Chester County, Tom Smith of Armstrong County and Sam Rohrer of Berks County. Four of the five GOP senatorial candidates have appeared in Somerset County