A look at Pa.’s 10th Congressional District – and what the June primary results tell us about the race | Analysis
By: Nick Field - July 7, 2020
Scott Perry has fundraising and incumbency advantages. But 2020 is shaping up to be a Democratic year. And the district is purple. It's one to watch.
Pa. Sen. Casey talks to college students about Biden, the election and the struggles ahead
By: Nick Field - June 30, 2020
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., talked to college students Tuesday about the unique challenges today’s young people face.
Dems ahead in ChesCo as Lawrence goes red at primary deadline | Voter Registration Analysis
By: Nick Field - May 28, 2020
The trends in the commonwealth are clear. The GOP continues to gain strength in the Southwest and are translating that momentum to the crucially important Scranton/Wilkes-Barre corridor in the Northeast.
Groups rally to release youth from Philly Juvenile Center in light of COVID-19 pandemic
By: Nick Field - May 18, 2020
Those assembled called on city Mayor Jim Kenney, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, and local courts to halt admissions and institute a timely process to release those youths in detention.
In Pa.’s closely watched 10th CD race, Republican Perry jumps out to early fund-raising lead
By: Nick Field - April 27, 2020
The GOP incumbent had more cash on hand during the first quarter of 2020. The Democratic candidates are sparring over an alleged violation.
COVID-19 in Philly: Rep. Fiedler leads effort to distribute food to seniors
By: Nick Field - April 2, 2020
In our stay-home era, local officials are delivering food to in-need seniors. State Rep. Elizabeth Fiedler, D-Philadelphia is among them.
A deep dive into Bucks County’s 18th House District special election and what it tells us | Analysis
By: Nick Field - March 30, 2020
Democrats were hoping for a win in the suburban Philadelphia district. They didn't get one. But the results still have much to teach us.
COVID-19 in Montgomery County: ‘This is going to be a long haul,’ Pa. Rep. Dean tells constituents
By: Nick Field - March 21, 2020
In a telephone town hall, the Montgomery County Democrat provided information and reassuarnce to constitutents living in the epicenter of the outbreak.
Voter Registration Update: Pa.’s blue and red divide deepens as April primary approaches | Analysis
By: Nick Field - March 11, 2020
Harrisburg and its suburbs continue to flee Trump’s GOP, leading to gains in both Dauphin and Cumberland counties.
Wolf and Shapiro rally Bucks Dems to take back power in Washington and Harrisburg
By: Nick Field - February 29, 2020
The tour brings the commonwealth’s most powerful Democrats to the areas most crucial to flip Pennsylvania’s twenty electoral votes back after Donald Trump won them in 2016. Earlier this month, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman visited Erie, and last week U.S. Senator Bob Casey and Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-8th District, stopped over in Scranton.
Is trade Bernie Sanders’ Trump card in Pennsylvania? | Analysis
By: Nick Field - February 21, 2020
The evidence suggests there’s a neglected opening this year for an anti-trade Democratic nominee. It could be just the opening that Bernie Sanders needs.
Pa. Rep. Scanlon, unfazed by an unusually eventful first term, seeks another
By: Nick Field - February 2, 2020
A presidential impeachment, a government shutdown, and the threat of a foreign war. All three used to be considered once-in-a-generation events. For U.S. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, they’re just the highlights of her first term. Scanlon launched her re-election campaign on Saturday with a tour that included stops in all three counties that make up […]