28.04.2012 [Wilkes Barre Times-Leader] - His endorsed candidate for US Senate, SteveWelch, finished third in a five-man race. The winner, Tom Smith, is a nearly lifelong Democrat from Armstrong County whose personal infusion of money to pay for a seemingly endless supply of campaign
28.04.2012 [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 SteveWelch
24.04.2012 [Philadelphia Inquirer] - And a US Senate seat is also at stake with Republicans David Christian, Sam Roher, Marc Scaringi, Tom Smith and SteveWelch all vying to take on incumbent Democrat Sen. Bob Casey Jr., who is being challeneged by Joe Vodvarka. Voters will also be asked
25.04.2012 [Allentown Morning Call] - Observers say the damage from SteveWelch's loss can be minimized if managed the right way. Gov. Tom Corbett talks with "Business Matters" host Tony Iannelli during a Lehigh Valley visit in February. (DONNA FISHER, THE MORNING CALL / February 10
27.04.2012 [Delaware County Daily Times] - And Tom Smith won over SteveWelch because he was the better, stronger Republican candidate for the US Senate. Politics is a team sport and it's nice to have supporters. But in the end, voters tend to cast their ballots for the candidates they like
24.04.2012 [Capitol Ideas with John L. Micek (blog)] - Republican US Senate candidate SteveWelch votes at 7:15 this morning at Charlestown Elementary School in Malvern, Chester County. GOP US Senate candidate Marc Scaringi votes at the Camp Hill borough building at 10 am in Cumberland County.