Fetterman leads a field of four contenders for the Democratic nomination.
By Anthony Hennen
Republicans must be sure not to make the mistake of nominating someone too extreme to win over the swing voters currently turning away from Biden and the Democrats.
By Kyle Sammin
Unsolicited voter registrations create confusion for voters and consternation among election officials.
By Linda Stein
Recent flap over a TV ad calling John Fetterman a “self-described democratic socialist“ speaks volumes about the state of American politics.
By Craig Snyder
The battle for Hispanic voters in traditional Democratic strongholds is intensifying in Pennsylvania. Last month, the Republican National Committee opened a Hispanic community center in Allentown, the state’s third-largest city.
By Michael Torres
As a legislator elected to serve the people, we should work to guarantee everyone can register to vote and has access to the ballot box.
By Sen. Katie Muth
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.