Republican voters and candidates must learn from defeat if they hope to win next time around.
By Seth Higgins
Bob O’Donnell: Opening Day for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives will be packed with uncertainty
The Democrats’ one-seat majority will disappear immediately, leading to confusion in the organizing of the state House.
By Bob O’Donnell
Voters showed their trust in the GOP by reelecting all the Republican State Senate candidates on the ballot in 2022.
By Michael Straw
“Advice for future candidates: don’t tell minority groups — or any groups — that you are better stewards of their interests than they are.”
By Albert Eisenberg
The defamation and slander lawsuit Sabatina pressed on Boyle ended after four years, but the grudges are likely to live on.
By Todd Shepherd
The party hierarchy must do a better job of endorsing candidates — or step aside for someone who will.
By Beth Ann Rosica and Clarice Schillinger