Mail-in ballots were more popular than in-person voting in more than a third of Pa. counties

BY: - June 23, 2020

In 23 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, mail-in ballots exceeded the number of in-person votes cast during the state's June 2 primary.

Retirements, resignations and more: These are all the Pa. lawmakers who won’t be back in 2021

BY: - June 18, 2020

Many thanks to Capital-Star Staff Reporter Stephen Caruso who did the data work. You can mouse over the map below for fully updated information.

We’re still getting results in Pa.’s primary election. Here’s what we know so far

BY: - June 5, 2020

The candidates are set for two closely watched Congressional races, a crowded statewide primary was settled, and as many as seven sitting state lawmakers could have lost reelection as results trickled in all week from Pennsylvania’s June 2 primary. The Associated Press has named Auditor General Eugene DePasquale the winner in a Democratic primary to […]

Wolf’s PAC showered more than $85K on Dem candidates in Pa. primary, records show

BY: - June 4, 2020

Wolf's PAC also contributed $100,000 in March to the state House Democratic Campaign Committee and $50,000 in February to the Pennsylvania Democratic Party

Voting rights’ advocates warn of bumpy fall unless Pa. addresses primary day glitches

BY: - June 3, 2020

Voting in this November’s general election could be disastrous if the state does not take measures to reform the model used for the primary election, a voter watchdog coalition warned Wednesday.


Three big takeaways from Pennsylvania’s pandemic and protest primary | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - June 3, 2020

After a very long and strange primary election night, we're rethinking everything we know about politics. It's about time.