Two of Pennsylvania’s most influential Democrats on Saturday strongly criticized a TV ad run by fellow Democrat Rob McCord in his campaign for governor.
In what could have been a bit of an awkward moment, Mayor Bill Peduto and Gov. Tom Corbett joked at Thursday’s news conference — just days after Peduto endorsed fellow Democrat Tom Wolf to replace Corbett.
The first gubernatorial candidates to file petitions to get on the May 20 primary ballot are Democrat John Hanger and Republican Bob Guzzardi.
More than two dozen Allegheny County elected officials and Democratic Party leaders endorsed Tom Wolf for governor on Saturday afternoon.
In mid-winter it’s hard to think politics. But don’t tell Tom Wolf that. He’s already running campaign ads for governor.
Tom Wolf admits that he is — at this stage — unknown to most Pennsylvanians.
Long-time Democratic political operative Damon Andrews passed away suddenly from a heart attack on Sunday evening.
Calling herself a pragmatic centrist Democrat, Katie McGinty says she’s the candidate with the background, experience, and issues to beat Republican Gov. Tom Corbett.
Dan McClain describes himself as a hard-working local man. The 35-year-old Democratic County Council District 1 candidate was out campaigning on his grandparents’ street Friday.
A western Pennsylvania mayor is begging voters not to support her Nov. 5 because she and her new husband recently found a “dream home” in a nearby township.
KDKA’s Jon Delano went to Washington D.C. to ask local members of Congress about the nonsense of this government shutdown and potential default on the debt.
State Treasurer Rob McCord announced his candidacy for governor of Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
Allyson Schwartz is the only Pennsylvania woman in the U.S. Congress — now she wants to become the state’s first woman governor.
If you’ve seen a campaign-like RV driving down the highway in your town, it’s the latest entry in Pennsylvania’s race for governor. KDKA’s Jon Delano reports.
Going on television camera for the first time since acknowledging he posted negative comments online under other people’s names, Pa. Rep. Jesse White, a Cecil Democrat, was blunt.