Multiple political parties can’t nominate same candidate in an election, Pa. Supreme Court rules
In spring 2016, Chris Rabb won a hotly contested Democratic primary for a state House seat in Philadelphia. While Rabb had a guaranteed spot on the general election ballot as a Democrat — all but ensuring his win in the commonwealth’s largest city — the progressive Working Families Party also wanted to nominate him as […]
‘Innocence is real:’ A death row survivor makes the case for scrapping capital punishment in Pa. | Opinion
So far, capital punishment hasn't been part of Pennsylvania's conversation on criminal justice reform. But proposals in the state House and Senate are evidence that could change.
Picking candidates for special elections can be a covert and complicated process. A state lawmaker wants to change that
By primary day in May, Pennsylvania will have seen more special elections than months in 2019.