As the campaign draws to a close, Democrats’ efforts look increasingly unlikely to stop a Republican wave.
by Andy Bloom
Will crime rates become a referendum on the job performance of Josh Shapiro and John Fetterman as they work to become the keystone state’s next Governor and U.S. Senator?
By A. Benjamin Mannes
“Irate voters” and missed deadlines — county officials sound alarm on PA State Department election changes
Election directors from two counties say the proposed form would create chaos, undermine confidence in elections, and almost certainly trigger a spate of new lawsuits. “Terrible idea,” one election director said.
By Todd Shepherd
Pennsylvania’s nominees for Lieutenant Governor discuss inflation in the final installment of this week’s Candidate Spotlight Series.
From The Editors
When Sam Oropeza was competing in mixed martial arts and professional boxing, he relished the underdog role. That tenacity could be an asset as he seeks election to the PA State Senate from the Fifth District.
By Rick Woelfel