Philly DA candidates Vega, Krasner go head to head as May 18 primary looms
The two candidates for Philadelphia's top prosecutor traded jabs on issues ranging from stop-and-frisk to police misconduct.
States, including Pa., pick judges very differently from U.S. Supreme Court appointments | Opinion
What can the politically fraught U.S. Supreme Court learn from the way that states select their judges?
How ‘socialism’ stopped being a dirty word for some voters – and started winning elections across America | Opinion
The leftist Democratic Socialists of America was tiny before the 2016 election. Now, with 90,000 dues-paying members and four seats in Congress, the DSA is upending Democratic politics nationwide.
DOS: More than 741k Pa. voters have asked for mail-in ballots
According to the Department of State, 698,280 registered Pennsylvania voters have applied for a mail-in ballot and 43,602 voters have applied for an absentee ballot for a total of 741,882 ballot applications.
The Capital-Star’s 2021 Voters’ Guide: Everything you need to know about Pa.’s May 18 election
When they head to the polls on May 18, Pennsylvania voters will be making decisions that will impact them at ground level every day.
What you need to know about Pa.’s 2021 statewide judicial races
Registered Democrats and Republicans across the commonwealth will also have a vote to fill four open seats on all three of the state’s appellate courts.
Resumption of programs, services key to quelling gun violence, Philly DA Krasner says
Krasner has faced growing criticism over his office’s prosecution of gun violence from Vega, as well as Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw.
Philly Dems snub Krasner, won’t endorse him in district attorney primary
The city committee’s executive board decided to back neither Krasner nor his challenger, Carlos Vega, in the May 18 primary, according to KYW Newsradio.
With one Supreme Court seat up for grabs, Pa.’s 2021 judicial elections start to take shape
Two incumbent state appellate court judges won their parties’ endorsement this week to fill an open spot on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
A Tale of Two Cities: The search for Harrisburg’s next mayor | Ana White
One thing the next mayor must have is a healthy balance of desired outcomes rooted in near delusional hope and rational sobering reality.
The Big Buy-In: How cultural competency and cultural humility wins elections | Ana White
This year's candidates will have to become clear navigators in their own limitations while holding up strong partnerships with respected culturally knowledgeable stakeholders.