Only Doug Mastriano voted against Schmidt on the eleven-senator committee.
By Anthony Hennen
“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
Not every Broad + Liberty story makes national headlines or results in legislation, but when they do, it brings us closer to our goal of honesty and transparency in the state we love.
By Terry Tracy
A field of twelve candidates may produce a nominee that is not representative of the majority of the party. This late in the election, only one solution is left.
by Terry Tracy
Delco DA Jack Stollsteimer announced an investigation into videos that appear to show county election officials destroying ballots and machinery in the 2020 general election.
By Linda Stein
It’s time for the GOP to fix a broken election system, but also to employ an effective winning strategy that uses every available tool to get out the vote.
By Guy Ciarrocchi
After hundreds of Delaware County ballots went to the wrong voters, Republican candidates have asked for a sequestration of 5,500 ballots. Some key races could hang in the balance.
By Linda Stein
State Senators Lisa Baker and Kristin Phillips-Hill: Fostering fairness in Pennsylvania’s election operations
The 2020 election grants violate every common understanding of fairness, equity, and nonpartisanship in the conduct of elections.
By State Senators Lisa Baker and Kristin Phillips-Hill
The data that Pennsylvania elected officials are grappling over is more public than many would think. The real story is that the issue is about politics, not privacy.
By Linda A. Kerns & Noel H. Johnson