Women care about a lot of things that don’t have to do with so-called reproductive health.
By Christine Flowers
For Pennsylvanians, the next decade of Congressional elections may look a lot like the past: court-ordered lines to protect one political party.
By Kyle Sammin
The statewide judicial races are on the minds of Pennsylvania’s right-of-center voters and organizations, as an election for judges approaches.
By Bradley Vasoli
Pennsylvanians would do well to recognize that, despite their lack of excitement, judicial elections are critically important—and vote accordingly.
By Gina Diorio
Dave Lemery: State Supreme Court – Pennsylvania can accept ballots mailed on Election Day for following three days
Ballots mailed on Election Day in Pennsylvania will still be counted as long as they arrive within the next three days, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
By Dave Lemery
Christen Smith: Pennsylvania Senate approves constitutional amendments to limit governor’s emergency powers
Senate Bill 1166 marks a last-ditch effort to defeat Wolf’s pandemic policies by PA’s Republican Senate — a win, albeit a symbolic one.
By Christen Smith