In first hearing in 3 years, activists agree Pa. redistricting needs a fix. They disagree on how to get there
A standing-room-only session revealed differences over the fine details of a plan to draw non-partisan maps that everyone agrees are fair.
After budget whiff, census advocates again pitch state funding to Senate Republicans
During a Monday hearing, experts described the potential costs of an undercount of Pennsylvania's estimated 12.8 million residents.
How one bill could fund voting machines, change Pennsylvania’s elections, and tick off Democrats
The measure includes some provisions most politicos agree are a long time coming, but also features some controversial changes that Democrats are comparing to voter suppression.
This powerful Capitol committee has a new chair. He’s not Daryl Metcalfe 2.0
Colleagues expect new House State Government Chair Garth Everett will bring decorum and cooperation to Metcalfe’s old committee