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COMMENTARY

Does Pa.’s Primary Day rebuke of Wolf signal rough sailing for Dems in 2022? | Mark O’Keefe

BY: - May 28, 2021

Wolf's appeal or lack of it could be a factor in the U.S. Senate race, especially if Lt. Gov. John Fetterman wins the Democratic nomination.

COMMENTARY

Want common sense electoral reform? Legalize weekend voting | Jonathan C. Rothermel

BY: - May 27, 2021

Of the 36 countries of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development , 27 hold elections on the weekend.

COMMENTARY

Is Philly’s Democratic leadership a friend or foe of Blacks? | Michael Coard

BY: - May 25, 2021

With friends like the Democratic City Committee, who needs Trump/Rizzo Republican enemies?

COMMENTARY

Pa. voters limited Wolf’s emergency powers. No good deed goes unpunished | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - May 23, 2021

Republicans will waste no time attempting to close the door on Wolf’s current authority, but what if another pandemic, linked either to a coronavirus variant or a new disease, should arise?

In a pandemic rebuke, Pa. voters move to limit Wolf’s emergency powers; approve referenda questions on racial justice and fire depts

BY: and - May 19, 2021

Republican legislators put the measures on the ballot in response to Wolf’s broad use of executive powers to combat the spread of COVID-19 since March 2020.

COMMENTARY

Pa. state troopers demand apology from Wolf over Juneteenth letter to state employees | Wednesday Morning Coffee

BY: - May 19, 2021

What got the State Police so angry? Wolf noted the deaths of Black people at the hands of police. A thing that's happening in the real world.

COMMENTARY

It’s Election Day in Pa. Your right to vote is under attack. Show up and prove them wrong | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - May 18, 2021

Races ranging from borough council to the Pa. Supreme Court are on the ballot today. Play your part.

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This year’s court races are seriously important. Make your voice heard | Michael Coard

BY: - May 9, 2021

Speak out in the voting booths on May 18 and protect Black people in the courtrooms every day.