LIVE COVERAGE: The 2022 General Election in Pennsylvania
By: Capital-Star Staff - November 8, 2022
All day this Election Day, the Capital-Star will bring you the very latest on the 2022 general election.
Voters Guide 2022: What to know about Pa.’s races for governor and U.S. Senate
By: Capital-Star Staff - September 25, 2022
The eyes of the country are on Pennsylvania this midterm campaign cycle, with a pair of major races on the ballot.
LIVE COVERAGE: Primary Election Day 2022 in Pennsylvania
By: Capital-Star Staff - May 17, 2022
Stay with the Pennsylvania Capital-Star all day for live updates from across the state.
The Capital-Star’s 2022 Pa. incumbent retirement and primary tracker
By: Capital-Star Staff - December 17, 2021
Reminder, the legislative maps are drafts and could change in the next thirty days. After that, there is a high likelihood of court challenges. Still, with that said, here is the latest running tally of lawmakers retiring next year, or facing a colleague to come back to Harrisburg.
LIVE COVERAGE: The 2021 General Election in Pennsylvania
By: Capital-Star Staff - November 2, 2021
All day this Election Day, the Capital-Star will bring you the very latest on the 2021 general election.
More than 30 states join lawsuit accusing Google of anti-competitive practices
By: Capital-Star Staff - July 8, 2021
Iowa is among 36 states suing Google over allegations the tech firm is operating a monopoly with its app store and Google Billing. In the Midwest, Minnesota, Missouri, Minnesota and South Dakota also are involved with the lawsuit, Utah v. Google. The states claim Google paid off competitors and used contracts to create a monopoly for its app store […]
LIVE COVERAGE: Primary Election Day 2021 in Pennsylvania
By: Capital-Star Staff - May 18, 2021
Continuous coverage of the 2021 primary election across Pennsylvania from our staff and partners
The Capital-Star’s 2021 Voters’ Guide: Everything you need to know about Pa.’s May 18 election
By: Capital-Star Staff - April 27, 2021
When they head to the polls on May 18, Pennsylvania voters will be making decisions that will impact them at ground level every day.
We tried drawing our own Pa. congressional maps. Here’s what we came up with
By: Capital-Star Staff - April 18, 2021
With the Keystone State deep in the throes of the decennial redrawing of its legislative and congressional maps, the staff of the Capital-Star decided to try its hand at this incredibly important exercise in representative democracy.
Wolf to seek personal income tax hike to boost school funding
By: Capital-Star Staff - February 2, 2021
(*This story was updated at 3 p.m. on 2/2/21 with new information about the administration’s tax plan, further details on its education funding plan, and comment from education advocate Donna Cooper.) Gov. Tom Wolf will ask state lawmakers to approve an increase to Pennsylvania’s personal income tax to pay for new funding for public schools. […]
Excerpts from President Joe Biden’s inaugural speech
By: Capital-Star Staff - January 20, 2021
Excerpts from President Joe Biden’s inaugural address, following his swearing-in as the nation’s 46th president: