Trump can run in NH primary despite Jan. 6 involvement, AG and secretary of state say
Former President Donald Trump is clear to run as a candidate in New Hampshire’s presidential primary next year despite his involvement in the events leading to the Jan. 6 insurrection, the state attorney general and secretary of state asserted Wednesday. “There is no mention in New Hampshire state statute that a candidate in a national […]
Bill banning pre-checked, recurring campaign donation box sees committee approval
A pre-checked box that signs campaign donors up for recurring contributions could soon be banned in Pennsylvania.
Pa. Senate committee advances bill proposing guidelines for transporting marked election ballots
The bill authored by state Rep. Gary Day, R-Lehigh, would implement universal requirements for completed ballots, including sealing them in plastic containers with a list of contents to ensure security and documenting if — and why — seals are broken.
What to know so you’re registered, ready to vote in the Nov. 8 election
Election Day is still about two months away, but Pennsylvania voters can already apply for a mail-in or absentee ballot — and make sure their registration is up to date ahead of Nov. 8.
Election Day is May 17. Here’s a look at who’s running for U.S. Senate, Lt. Gov. in Pa.
With GOP U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey retiring from public office, Democrats see this as one of the few chances to gain a seat and build on what’s now a narrow majority in the upper chamber.
Senate panel proceeds with election bill hearing despite Department of State absence
The Senate State Government Committee met for 25 minutes on Tuesday.
Pa. county officials say bipartisan election reform bill is a step toward ‘badly-needed relief’
The 11-page bill allows for precanvassing of mail-in ballots at least three days before an election and moves back the deadline to receive applications for mail-in ballots from one week to two weeks before an election.
Months after its launch, risk-limiting election audit pilot comes under review by Senate panel
Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid outlined the risk-limiting audit, a post-election review piloted during the 2020 general and 2021 primary elections, before a Senate panel on Tuesday.
Pa. GOP lawmaker says he’s taking election investigation ‘very seriously’
Sen. Cris Dush, now tasked with leading an investigation into the state’s elections, says he’s taking the newfound responsibility “very seriously.”
Pa. GOP lawmaker says the cause for a forensic election investigation is ‘weakened and diminished’
Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, said his cause had “been weakened and diminished,” a Republican state lawmaker behind an Arizona-style investigation of Pennsylvania’s election results has pressed pause on the probe.
Pa. Democrats running for U.S. Senate united in efforts to maintain party majority in Congress
Democrats vying for the party nomination in the 2022 race to fill one of Pennsylvania’s two U.S. Senate seats are taking campaign efforts across the state — united in their efforts to maintain the party’s narrow majority in Washington.
Tioga County calls on Sen. Mastriano to stop ‘unnecessary chaos’ of forensic investigation
The Tioga County commissioners asked Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, to stop his proposed forensic investigation into Pennsylvania elections.