Pennsylvania redesigns its mail-in ballots for the 2024 election

BY: - November 29, 2023

Pennsylvania’s Act 77 —which allows "no-excuse" mail-in voting—  made voting by mail a popular option in 2020, but there have been numerous challenges and disputes over how to consider ballots with return envelopes that are filled out incorrectly.

Koch network’s Americans for Prosperity PAC endorses Nikki Haley for president

BY: - November 28, 2023

Americans for Prosperity (AFP) Action, the Koch-based super PAC, announced in February that it was looking for a candidate to challenge Trump and has been running digital ads against the former president since June.

Three presidential debates, one VP debate scheduled ahead of 2024 election

BY: - November 20, 2023

The Democratic nominee will likely be President Joe Biden and at the moment former President Donald Trump is leading in the GOP polls, though he has several challengers.

Abortion-rights victories cement 2024 playbook while opponents scramble for new strategy

BY: - November 9, 2023

Anti-abortion leaders woke up Wednesday to the sobering reality that abortion rights remain the nation’s predominant political issue. Decisive wins in swing and red states in two national election cycles since Roe v. Wade was overturned last year have given momentum to reproductive rights groups, who aggressively campaigned and fundraised in key states across the […]

GOP presidential candidates brawl in Florida debate, while Trump rallies nearby

BY: and - November 9, 2023

Five Republican candidates, debated on stage Wednesday night, as former President Donald Trump, the leading contender, held a separate rally.

State and local election workers quitting amid abuse, officials tell U.S. Senate panel

BY: - November 1, 2023

Conspiracy theories have fueled a more hostile environment for election workers, which has led many to quit, election officials testified Wednesday.

Pennsylvania voters’ personal info was not shared with election research group, state officials say

BY: - October 25, 2023

Secretary of State Al Schmidt said voters' and motorists' personal data is safe with multi-state election integrity clearinghouse ERIC.

The exterior of the Pennsylvania state Capitol on March 7, 2023 (Photo by Amanda Mustard for the Pennsylvania Capital-Star).

Rozzi endorses ex-spouse Jacklyn Rusnock for his Berks County House seat

BY: - October 24, 2023

Jacklyn Rusnock is running for the Berks County seat her former spouse, state Rep. Mark Rozzi, is vacating, with his endorsement.

Former Pa. House Speaker Mark Rozzi announces run for auditor general

BY: - October 23, 2023

Former Pa. House Speaker Mark Rozzi will run against state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta for the Democratic nomination for auditor general.

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‘Confusion and delay’ bring unsuccessful end in bid to move Pennsylvania’s presidential primary

BY: - October 18, 2023

Pennsylvania’s 2024 presidential primary would be held April 16 under legislation passed by the state House on Wednesday. But the effort to move the election from April 23 to avoid a conflict with Passover appeared likely to end unsuccessfully.

Pa. primary scheduling saga lands on April 16 proposal

BY: - October 17, 2023

State House lawmakers on Tuesday proposed moving Pennsylvania’s presidential primary a week earlier to April 16 in the latest effort to find a date for the election that doesn’t conflict with a religious holiday.  The General Assembly has been working since last month to agree on a date for the primary that would both give […]

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Bills to open Pennsylvania’s primary elections to independent voters pass in state House committee

BY: - October 17, 2023

Legislation that would open Pennsylvania’s primary elections to roughly 1.2 million voters who aren’t registered with a political party passed in a state House committee on Tuesday. Two identical bills, one sponsored by a Democrat and one by a Republican, would allow voters who have no party affiliation to choose which party’s primary ballot they […]