As the pandemic has shown, local government matters most in people’s day-to-day lives
By Ben Mannes
A new poll found that legislative Republicans may have the edge over Democrats in Pennsylvania in the state’s fall elections.
By Todd Shepherd
Pennsylvanians are fed up with Joe Biden and Democrats’ failures. As the 2022 midterms approach, the Republican National Committee is working around the clock to ensure a Red Wave comes crashing down.
By Tommy Hicks Jr.
How did an election-reform measure in Pennsylvania that was almost universally supported by Republicans become a rallying point for conservative protesters who believe the 2020 election was stolen?
By Isaac Avilucea
A Pennsylvania appeals court has reversed a lower court’s ruling to count hundreds of mail-in ballots in Lehigh County that did not include a date on the return envelope, as required by law.
By Victor Skinner
This Committee demand is an unreasonable waste of resources and a dangerous exposure of voter’s personal information.
By Stephen Wahrhaftig
This Wednesday, thirteen candidates are squaring off at Dickinson College for their first debate. Here is how to watch, and why it matters
By Terry Tracy
The once-in-a-decade process of redistricting is happening in Harrisburg. What does the future hold for Pennsylvania districts, both for state and federal office?
By Albert Eisenberg and Kyle Sammin