What’s on the ballot Tuesday? A choice between fact and conspiracy | Monday Morning Coffee
If the GOP is looking for someone to blame for the erosion of our politics, it can start with the mirror.
Report: New texts show Pa. Rep. Perry’s ‘key role’ in trying to overturn 2020 election results
A newly published report sheds more light on the Pa lawmaker's role in trying to overturn the 2020 election results.
The Pa. GOP: Bravely conquering one solution in search of a problem at a time | Editorial
In the name of placating the base in an election year, Pennsylvania Republicans are ignoring the real challenges facing Keystone State residents.
States weigh how to shield election officials from threats, harassment
Criminal justice reform advocates and advocacy groups say they don’t believe in increasing criminal penalties in a time of over-policing.
Is America experiencing a different kind of ‘civil war’? | Opinion
Two truths have withstood the test of time. One, a house divided against itself will not stand. Two, a great country is not destroyed by an external enemy but from within
New Yorker profile positions Pa.’s Mastriano as icon of Christian nationalism | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Our freedoms are being encroached,' the central Pa. lawmaker, a likely 2022 guv candidate, says.
Capital-Star Q+A: Rep. Seth Grove on election hearings, voter fraud, and the future of reform in Pa.
The Capital-Star sat down with Grove on Tuesday to discuss the hearings, his past actions, and what he expects for the future.
Pa. Rep. Mike Kelly came closer than you think to stealing the election for Trump | Bruce Ledewitz
It’s hard to believe Kelly would have sued if Trump had won. Suing only when his candidate lost was the classic heads-I-win, tails-you-lose.
Let’s not get fooled again: Fight the lies by learning to recognize the truth | Opinion
We can send the liars packing by committing ourselves to the truth. Let’s not get fooled again.
Capitol siege lays bare GOP electoral misinformation in Harrisburg
“I do believe words have consequences,” Republican state Rep. Natalie Mihalek, of Washington County, told the Capital-Star. “And those consequences were on full display” at the U.S. Capitol.
Erie USPS whistleblower recants statement, House officials say
In a video interview with conservative activist group Project Veritas, Hopkins said that he overheard Erie Postmaster Robert Weisenbach discussing with another postal worker about what to do with numerous ballots that arrived after the Tuesday cut-off for mail-in ballots.
Slow election results don’t mean fraudulent results. Here’s why | Opinion
A Pa. professor says she'll be staying up late on Nov. 3, but won't be losing sleep if there are no clear winners. Neither should you.