New Pa. poll points to trouble for Republicans on abortion | Mark O’Keefe
A telltale shift in voter preference in bellwether northwestern Pennsylvania highlights the risk of GOP overreach.
Mastriano’s education funding plan would devastate Pa.’s public schools, advocates say
“We would have to be insane to support what [Mastriano’s] offering,” Ed Albert, of the Pa. Association of Rural and Small Schools, said.
Voter Registration Update: Pa. GOP further narrows Dems’ registration edge
These are concerning numbers for Pennsylvania Democrats. The party must find a way to pick up the pace, especially in the vote-rich Southeast.
Democrats can win on the issues. But they need to sell them | Mark O’Keefe
Gov. Tom Wolf's sagging approval ratings must be troubling to Democrat Josh Shapiro, who's looking to succeed him.
Dem Andre Carroll hopes to bring his lived experience to the Pa. House
Carroll, who is openly gay, is running for the 201st House District seat now held by state Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia.
At Philly forum, 2022 hopefuls make their pitch to LGBTQ voters
Democratic U.S. Senate candidates John Fetterman and Malcolm Kenyatta were among those who spoke.
These Pa. lawmakers have 2022 primary challengers
Left, right and open seat, your comprehensive list of every Pa. lawmaker facing opposition on May 17.
U.S. Senate Democratic candidates Lamb, Kenyatta face off in first debate in Fetterman’s absence
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman did not attend the debate.
GOP Family Feud: Conservative group targets Pa. House leader Saylor for gas tax, budget votes
'After 28 years, it is time to retire Harrisburg Stan Saylor,' the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania argues in a new ad.
Pa. Republicans vying for U.S. Senate face off in debate
Four GOP candidates vying to fill Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate seat took the stage Monday night, giving voters a chance to see where they stand on issues ahead of the May 17 primary election.
3 poll numbers that should scare Democrats. And 3 that should give some hope | Thursday Coffee
They are 56, 61, and 62 - and why they're a big deal for the 2022 midterm elections
Dems, allies slam Pa.’s Toomey, Republicans for blocking Biden’s Fed nominees
Democrats and their allies went on the attack Wednesday, accusing Republicans of playing games with the nation’s economic recovery after Republican members of a key U.S. Senate committee boycotted a vote on President Joe Biden’s nominees to the Federal Reserve Board. In a call with journalists, Democratic National Committee Chairperson Jaime Harrison said U.S. Sen. […]