Election 2020

Pa. can count late-arriving ballots, U.S. Supreme Court rules, report

Elections officials in Pennsylvania can count absentee ballots that are received as late as the Friday after Election Day, as long as they're postmarked by Nov. 3, the U.S. Supreme Court said Monday.

‘It’s extremely disappointing’: Elections officials brace for long vote count as talks on reform...

Pennsylvania is one of just four states nationwide that begins processing – or "pre-canvassing" – those ballots on Election Day.

In second Keystone State visit in two days, Pence tries to sew up central...

Pence campaigned in the once reliably Republican Harrisburg suburbs that are now playing host to one of the most competitive congressional races in the country.

‘We’re not a minority anymore’: How Pa.’s Latina women are flexing their political muscle...

Mamas Con Poder want you to know: They're here to stay. And they're raising their voices in 2020.

Election 2020: Monday, Oct. 19 is the last day to register to vote in...

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.

Seeking a second term, Pa. Treasurer Joe Torsella says he wants to rebuild faith...

Rebuilding a sense of community is what guides his decision-making in watching over the commonwealth’s money, Torsella says.

In Reading, Pence argues for four more years, report

The veep's appearance at Reading Regional Airport came 17 days before Election Day, as Trump tries to close a Pa. polling gap.

Broad Street Ministry helps homeless individuals cast a ballot in upcoming election

A new voter registration program at Broad Street Ministry is helping those experiencing homelessness and others sign-up to vote in the upcoming election.

The scariest monster in Pa. this Halloween | Editorial Cartoon

Pennsylvanians are already casting their ballots this voting season. Brace yourself for the inevitable lawsuits.

How LGBTQ Philadelphians are casting their votes this year

With Election Day less than three weeks away and COVID-19 infections rising again, Philadelphians are faced with not only with choosing which candidates to vote for, but also how they are going to vote.