Mike Lindell’s conspiracy-fueled pillow company fights to survive his election obsession 

BY: - November 28, 2023

At MyPillow headquarters in Chaska, Minnesota, religion, politics, pillows and a kinetic CEO combine for a never-ending, rollicking tornado.

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)

Voting rights groups call for investigation of Election Day problems in Northampton County

BY: - November 14, 2023

Northampton County voters were affected by a programming error and lack of contingency plan, the groups say.

Pa. will track voting machine malfunctions under new settlement with election security groups

BY: - August 21, 2023

This article was originally published by Votebeat, a nonprofit news organization covering local election administration and voting access. Thanks to a new settlement between Pennsylvania and a coalition of election security groups, the commonwealth’s Department of State will soon require counties to publicly report voting machine malfunctions — a measure that election experts say could […]

Rush hour fees, supplemental appropriations and more | Five for the Weekend

BY: - February 29, 2020

The top five stories from this week's news and more!

Federal lawsuit over Pa.’s voting machines set for its first hearing in Philly | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - February 18, 2020

The voting system at the heart of the challenge is among the most expensive and least secure, critics say.

Here’s how voting will be different in Pennsylvania by the 2020 primary

BY: - October 31, 2019

All Pennsylvania voters will be able to cast a ballot by mail by April 2020.

Bill that overhauls how Pennsylvanians can vote is headed to Gov. Tom Wolf

BY: and - October 29, 2019

Wolf supports a bill that allows any Pennsylvanian to vote by mail, provides millions of dollars in state funding for new voting machines, and eliminates straight-ticket ballots.

Amid Democratic dissent, brokered election reform bill advances in the Pa. House

BY: - October 22, 2019

The bill allows voters to register up to 15 days before an election and vote by mail, and — most controversially — ends straight-ticket balloting. 


Your voting habits may depend on when you registered to vote | Analysis

BY: - September 27, 2019

Not all who register vote. Research shows factors like timing and major tragic events can influence who, in the end, makes it out to the polls.

There’s bipartisan agreement Pa.’s absentee voting law is broken. Will the Legislature act?

BY: - September 16, 2019

Faced with a smorgasbord of potential electoral reforms at an informal meeting Monday, a bipartisan group of House and Senate lawmakers gravitated toward expanding Pennsylvania’s restrictive and archaic absentee ballot rules. “I hope we can finally finalize a plan to bring no-excuse absentee ballots to Pennsylvania,” Senate State Government Committee Chairman Mike Folmer, R-Lebanon, said […]


Some counties are paying a lot more for less secure voting machines | Friday Morning Coffee

BY: - August 16, 2019

A new analysis from Pitt Cyber and Citizens for Better Elections finds that some county voters are paying nearly double for new voting machines compared to their neighbors.

Wolf borrows $90 million against economic development dollars to fund voting machines

BY: - July 9, 2019

The money will cover 60 percent of the costs incurred by Pennsylvania's 67 counties to purchase new voting machines.