Biden’s fossil fuel flip-flop may have saved him, but fellow Democrats took the brunt of energy voters’ ire.
By Kevin Mooney
Hindsight is 20/20, and in this tumultuous year, it would serve us well to remember how Americans have previously overcome political divisions that struck the nation’s core.
By George Hofmann
Albert Eisenberg and Spencer Landis: PA Democrats faceplant in quest for State House, Senate control
While several races have yet to be called, Democrats failed in their mission to flip the General Assembly blue, even as media outlets and politicians consistently hyped up the possibility.
By Albert Eisenberg and Spencer Landis
Election 2020: in Philly, Trump adds votes from working class voters of all racial backgrounds; meanwhile, Biden’s improvements are a map of gentrification in Philadelphia.
By Kyle Sammin
Roughly 300 lawsuits have already been filed over the 2020 elections at various levels in dozens of states across the country.
By Bethany Blankley
Christen Smith: Slow going: Pennsylvania still far from settled as slow counting of ballots leaves presidential, state races in limbo
Pollsters so far have tabulated more than 5.1 million votes, with about 55 percent of the 2.5 million absentee ballots left uncounted.
By Christen Smith
Despite voting scandals in places like North Carolina, some Democrats continue to push policies that weaken election security.
By Kyle Sammin
Jenny DeHuff: At the close of polls, some places were peaceful, while others were pandemonium. Who’s in charge sets the tone.
Reports of unlawful electioneering and interference at polling sites during the election on Tuesday.
By Jenny DeHuff