The U.S. House Committee on House Administration holds a public hearing on a ballot paper shortage in Luzerne County, Pa., on Election Day 2022. The panel met on Tuesday, March 28, 2023 (Screen Capture).

Few answers in U.S. House hearing on Pa. county’s Election Day ballot paper shortage

BY: - March 28, 2023

'The Luzerne County administration has done everything in their power to avoid responsibility,' former GOP congressional candidate Jim Bognet said.


Election Day 2022: Three storylines we’re following today | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - November 8, 2022

The pitches have been pitched. The ads have been aired. Now it’s up to you.

Who’s tougher on crime? A familiar 2022 fight comes to a high-stakes NEPA congressional race

BY: - October 23, 2022

Democratic incumbent Matt Cartwright and Republican Jim Bognet are trading jabs in their 8th District rematch.

Internal polls show ‘tight race’ in Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District

BY: - August 20, 2022

Polling from Republicans and Democrats underscore the competitive nature of the NEPA district.

Report: Federal appeals court rejects GOP effort to block late-arriving ballots

BY: - November 13, 2020

A federal appellate court in Philadelphia has rejected an effort by a Republican congressional candidate to keep the state from counting 9,300 mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day, according to a published report. A 3-judge panel, led by Chief U.S. Circuit Judge Brooks Smith noted the “unprecedented challenges” facing voters this election season, notably, […]

New federal lawsuit challenges extended deadline for mailed ballots

BY: and - October 22, 2020

Republicans have one more shot to overturn a state court ruling that ordered counties to count some mail-in ballots that arrive after Election Day after a GOP congressional hopeful filed a federal lawsuit Thursday.