ACLU of Pa., civil rights groups file motion to intervene on ‘outrageous’ Trump campaign lawsuit
By: Kenny Cooper - November 11, 2020
The ACLU of Pennsylvania’s motion, if granted, would allow the organizations “a seat at the table,” according to Walczak.
How young voters helped Biden to his Keystone State win | Analysis
By: Kenny Cooper - November 10, 2020
In Pennsylvania, 58 percent of young voters selected Biden while 39 percent selected Donald Trump which resulted in a roughly 155,000 vote margin between the two candidates.
‘We’ve seen more litigation than ever before;’ Pa. election coalition expects legal challenges through election day
By: Kenny Cooper - October 29, 2020
In a virtual press conference on Thursday, coalition partners addressed possible issues that voters could face through Nov. 3. They are looking at potential voter intimidation, illegal challenges at polling places, and legal provocations to delay vote counts, according to Walczak.
Election 2020: Tuesday, Oct. 27 is the last day to request a mail-in ballot in Pa.
By: Kenny Cooper - October 27, 2020
The final day to request a mail-in ballot in Pa. is here. Here is everything you need to know.
Faced with historic ‘voter anxiety,’ coalition wants to arm Pa. voters with info at the polls
By: Kenny Cooper - October 25, 2020
Voting changes and COVID-19 safety precautions has state election protection coalition calling in reinforcements.
‘This is not a reality show, this is reality’: With two weeks to go, Obama stumps for Biden in must-win Pa.
By: Kenny Cooper - October 21, 2020
“Philadelphia, we got 13 days,” Obama said. “That's our lucky number right here. 13 days until the most important election of our lifetimes.”
Election 2020: Monday, Oct. 19 is the last day to register to vote in Pa. What you need to know
By: Kenny Cooper - October 19, 2020
If you need more information regarding the upcoming election, the Capital-Star’s guide has everything you need to prepare to cast your ballot either in person or by mail on Nov. 3.
Hughes: It’s ‘a crime to have $1.3B sitting around’; Ahead of budget debate, Senate Dems release plan for unspent CARES cash
By: Kenny Cooper - October 16, 2020
With round two of this year’s budget debate looming, Senate Democrats have rolled out their plan to spend $1.3 billion in unspent federal COVID-19 relief funds.
Wolf administration announces plans to tackle fall COVID-19 surge
By: Kenny Cooper - October 14, 2020
Wolf administration addressed the fall resurgence of COVID-19 along with increased testing capabilities, plans for a potential vaccine, and guidelines for navigating a possible twindemic.