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.

A week out from Election Day, outside groups have reported spending $7.7 million on behalf of Democratic and Republican candidates. (Photo by Daniella Heminghaus for the New Jersey Monitor)

Yes, there were Election Day problems in Luzerne Co. No, that’s not a sign of fraud | Opinion

BY: - November 22, 2022

In the future, Luzerne County Council needs to fully fund the Bureau of Elections in the county budget.

In Luzerne Co., feds investigate issues with mail-in ballots

BY: - September 23, 2020

Federal officials are investigating a “small number of mail-in” ballots that were sent into Luzerne County’s Bureau of Elections on Sept. 17, according to the local District Attorney’s office.

NEPA native cares for Luzerne County’s homeless during pandemic and beyond

BY: - April 30, 2020

Brian, an outreach and service navigator for Volunteers of America of Pennsylvania, spends his days working with the homeless throughout Luzerne County. He understands where the people he helps are because he’s been in their shoes. At 18, he became homeless, and would struggle for two years finding a permanent home. 


National polls say one thing, but Pa. focus group backs Trump on Iran, report | Monday Morning Coffee

BY: - January 13, 2020

Another reminder that the path to the White House runs through the Keystone State.