New data from Franklin & Marshall College suggest widespread support for proposed new voting reform laws.
By Christen Smith
State leadership is divided over whether it should perform an election audit like Arizona. Many seem more focused on modifying the election law than spending any more time on the 2020 election.
By Christen Smith
With the myriad of convoluted differences in states’ election procedures, abolishing the electoral college would lead to utter chaos when counting votes.
By Sean Parnell
Days after the election, Republican officials across the nation attempt to score a victory in the judiciary in sustained hope for President Trump’s second term.
By J.D. Davidson
Despite voting scandals in places like North Carolina, some Democrats continue to push policies that weaken election security.
By Kyle Sammin
Chris Tremoglie: Election skirmishes and cast-out poll watchers — another Election Day passes in Philadelphia
As Pennsylvania counts a mass of absentee ballots, voters can weigh the evidence from Election Day as to whether elections in Philadelphia are being run fairly and freely.
By Chris Tremoglie
Pennsylvania’s Democratic-majority state Supreme Court has tipped the scales of this year’s election in as many ways as they could have, as our media corps claps along for their chosen side.
By Stefanie Klaves
The Pennsylvania Green Party bears the burden of an increasingly polarized political landscape, and PA residents should take note.
By Daniel Goncalves
The City government, along with the Inquirer, offer confusing answers that only bolster Trump’s concerns of local voter fraud.
By Todd Shepherd
Steve Bittenbender: Pennsylvania Republicans seek U.S. Supreme Court’s intervention in ballot deadline dispute
Partisan disputes over mail-in voting continue as Pennsylvania Republicans appeal to the nation’s highest court.
By Steve Bittenbender