Pa.’s Latino community has growing political clout – and they’re going to use it | Analysis

BY: - November 23, 2021

By Harrison Cann Pennsylvania is changing and politicians have to catch up. The 2020 census results revealed more than just how voting maps may be drawn, but they also showed the growing influence of Latino voters in Pennsylvania politics. “The truth of the matter is that from here on out there is no candidate who […]

Pa. statewide judge race heads to recount, GOP requests another in Chester County

BY: - November 10, 2021

The recount is the latest sign of the tightening in many races that appeared to be going well for Republicans on Election Night.


Racists won on Nov. 2. It doesn’t have to be that way in 2022 | Michael Coard

BY: - November 9, 2021

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Then register and vote. And outnumber the racists so we can defeat them. By doing so, we will finally change America.


Don’t look now, Democrats, but winter is coming | Dick Polman

BY: - November 8, 2021

If we point forward to the 2022 midterms and beyond, the likeliest forecast for Democrats is that winter is coming. And we know what that likely portends for the future health of democracy itself.

Election 2021: Dems show signs of strength in Pittsburgh and its suburbs | Analysis

BY: - November 7, 2021

Democratic Allegheny County Councilors swept their races this year, including three contested elections.

Fresh off 2021 wins, Pa. GOP eyes a bright midterm. Can Democrats stop them?

BY: - November 4, 2021

“If someone was surprised, they shouldn't have been,” Muhlenberg College pollster Chris Borick said.


Will Pa. Dems heed the lessons they learned on election night? | Thursday Morning Coffee

BY: - November 4, 2021

Republicans romped in the statewide judicial races. That’s a wake-up call for 2022.

MAP: Here’s an (unofficial) look at the 2021 Election Day turnout rates in Pa. counties

BY: - November 3, 2021

As results continue to trickle in from Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, unofficial results provide a preliminary glimpse at voter turnout rate in each county. 

Lebanon Co. picks its first Latina magisterial district judge

BY: - November 3, 2021

Results from Tuesday’s municipal elections are still trickling in from counties across the state, including two races in southeastern Lebanon County.  In the race for mayor of Lebanon City, Republican incumbent Sherry Capello won a fourth term, beating Democratic candidate Cesar Liriano 1,665-1,153, according to unofficial results.  Capello’s son, James Capello, did not fare as […]


Can Biden rebound from bad polls and a bad election result in time for 2022? | Opinion

BY: - November 3, 2021

A political science professor asked his students to investigate. The president won't like the answer.

Allentown elects first Hispanic mayor; rejects removal of English-only charter provision

BY: - November 3, 2021

Democrat Matt Tuerk, the grandson of a Cuban immigrant, who speaks Spanish, won the night, unofficial tallies showed.