Pa. GOP lawmaker vowed transparency, but negotiations for election probe are private
Because the General Assembly does not have to follow the same procurement practices as executive branch offices, Sen. Cris Dush, R-Jefferson, has no legal obligation to publicize engagements with third-party vendors for the election investigation.
Capital-Star Q+A: Gov. candidate Jason Monn thinks Harrisburg needs an everyman
The self-described a 'nobody from nowhere' from Erie County talked vaccine mandates and his leadership style.
No, Joe Biden and the Dems are not collapsing | Bruce Ledewitz
There are no easy answers to these problems. Nor is any president who honestly tries to address them going run up great polling numbers
Report sheds new light on Pa. lawmaker’s role in Trump’s pressure on Justice Dept. over election
A newly released congressional report on efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to pressure the U.S. Dept. of Justice and overturn the 2020 election prominently highlights a Pennsylvania lawmaker who is a close Trump ally, and who was in the vanguard of lawmakers who objected to certifying President Joe Biden’s victory last […]
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Eastman memo shows how close Georgia GOP chair came to enabling Trump coup | Jay S. Bookman
This is not a storm that has passed. This is at best the eye of the hurricane, the deceiving pause before the storm resumes.
To kick off election investigation, Pa. Senate GOP subpoenas voters’ social security numbers
The legal requests are the opening shots in what could be a long, messy fight over legislative Republicans efforts to review former President Donald Trump’s reelection loss.
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A federal judge's ruling in Michigan is part of a broader pattern of comeuppance. We should welcome it
DOJ’s refusal to defend Mo Brooks was wrong; prosecuting Trump would be worse | Bruce Ledewitz
Democrats need to govern in a way that guarantees they openly and fairly win elections. Anything else is a distraction
Trump allies’ lingering election probes spark public skepticism, concerns in Congress
In Pennsylvania, two counties — Philadelphia and Tioga — have rejected the bid to seek election materials and equipment, and a third, York County, has raised concerns about potential ramifications.
Top Trump DOJ official’s letter staked out Georgia as path to a coup | Jay S. Bookman
We need to expose those who were willing to subvert the law and the Constitution.
What you need to know about the GOP-backed audit of Pa.’s elections
Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Senate took steps to review the 2020 election last week, requesting thousands of documents from three counties across the state.