The Pa. GOP’s 2022 clone car primary | Editorial Cartoon
There's something eerily familiar about the 2022 GOP gubernatorial field in the Keystone State.
Capital-Star Q+A: Lou Barletta thinks second time’s the charm in GOP governor’s run
A native of northeastern Pennsylvania’s coal fields, he was known for passing city ordinances attacking undocumented immigrants, and for being among the first state politicians to back former President Donald Trump.
Capital-Star Q+A: Longtime GOP activist Charlie Gerow thinks he’s the man to beat in 2022
'Pennsylvania needs help. And I believe that I know what needs to be done,' the veteran operative said.
Pa. Senate hopefuls who want to rein in big tech have major stock holdings | Friday Morning Coffee
'Big tech companies have gained far too much power, and workers, consumers, small businesses, and even our democracy, have paid the price,' a spokesperson for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Val Arkoosh said.
Feds send $7.5B in grants, incl. $229M in Pa., to arts venues hit by pandemic | Wednesday Coffee
The U.S. Small Business Administration sent the aid to help more than 10K arts and cultural businesses, venues, and nonprofits get back on track.
Also found at the edge of space | Editorial Cartoon
The western Pa. Democrat, who's running for U.S. Senate, announced that he'd raised $2.5 million during the second quarter.
One nation under who? Inside the trust gap that’s splitting the nation | Friday Morning Coffee
We knew we were polarized. New polling data illustrates the stark differences.
With Pa. in play, nat’l party committees raise $337M through June | Monday Morning Coffee
Pa.'s open U.S. Senate is among the most likely to flip in 2022. With control of Congress on the line, the Big 2 aren't messing around.
With attacks on voting, abortion access, GOP looks to post-Wolf era. Are Dems ready? | Friday Morning Coffee
Voter suppression. Attacks on abortion rights. And science denial. The 2022 campaign matters more than ever.
All you need to know about Lou Barletta’s 2022 platform. In one cartoon | Editorial Cartoon
The former U.S. Congressman was one of Donald Trump's earliest Pa. supporters.
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.
LGBTQ organizer Deja Alvarez steps up for Rep. Brian Sims’ Philly House seat
If elected, she would be the first transgender person to serve in the state Legislature.