Pennsylvania Democrats Too Busy to Appear With Biden In Pittsburgh Visit Where Joe From Scranton Will Tout His ‘remarkable economic progress’ In Other Pittsburgh News: Kraft-Heinz Announce Next Wave of Increases Up to 30 Percent

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Kraft Heinz Announce Next Wave of Fulfillment Price Increases Up to 30 Percent

“As we enter 2022, inflation continues to dramatically impact the economy,” Kraft Heinz said in a letter dated January 24 to at least one of its wholesale customers

A working class family, who typically spends $200 to $300 a week on groceries, is already getting hammered at the gas pumps and grocery store.  Another $50 to $100 bucks on top of the grocery bill each week can be very stressful.

Biden to tout ‘remarkable economic progress’ of his administration in Pittsburgh…

Pennsylvania Democrats Ditch Biden Event As His Poll Numbers Tank

Two leading Democrats running for statewide office in Pennsylvania will not appear alongside President Joe Biden at a Friday tour of a Pittsburgh-area tech development hub.

Biden will visit Mill 19, a tech hub developed by Carnegie Mellon University on the grounds of a former steel mill, to promote the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and discuss manufacturing and supply chains.

Nationally, Biden is consistently polling below 45% support, with one poll showing him as low as 36%. In Pennsylvania, however, a poll conducted in late October by Franklin & Marshall College found that 32% of registered Pennsylvania voters thought Biden was doing a “good” or “excellent” job, a twelve-point drop from his June support.

Key Pa. Dems to miss Biden visit, cite scheduling …

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