Andy Warhol would be proud: Pa. gets more than its 15 minutes in the political spotlight | Fletcher McClellan
What’s more, members of the news media made the Keystone State their second home, posting innumerable profiles of Pennsylvania citizens, communities, and culture.
For the sake of reconciliation and unity, Trump needs to concede | Chrissy Houlahan
The standard definition of the word “concede” is to acknowledge the truth or existence of something.
‘We’re not taking any votes for granted,’ Biden team says as Pa. heats up | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Democratic Veep candidate Kamala Harris will visit the Keystone State on Thursday, officials said in a wide-ranging conversation.
How Pa. Dems reacted to Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris for vice president
*** This developing story will be updated. Former Vice President Joe Biden ended weeks of speculation Tuesday, picking U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his running mate. Here’s how Pennsylvania Democrats reacted to the news: Gov. Tom Wolf: “Joe Biden’s selection of Kamala Harris to be his running mate marks an extraordinary and long overdue […]
Trump’s attacks on Biden’s age play into unfair stereotypes. That will cost him votes among older Pennsylvanians. | Ray E. Landis
The ugliness has reached the airwaves in Central Pennsylvania in the form of campaign commercials. We’ve come to expect Political Action Committees (PACs) that technically are not affiliated with a specific candidate to air misleading and unfounded ads, and we are now seeing those broadcast on local television.
In Scranton, Trump says talks economy, impeachment – and that election thing
Trump’s appearance at Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple was his second visit to a key 2020 battleground state since last December and his first in the Keystone State since his impeachment acquittal by the U.S. Senate in January.
New F&M Poll: Biden leads Pa. primary pack; Trump’s still underwater in a key 2020 battleground state | Thursday Morning Coffee
Voter interest in the 2020 contest, where Pennsylvania, with 20 electoral votes, could again play a determinative role, remains high. Nearly two-thirds of the state's registered voters (67 percent), say they're very interested in the coming election.