Saccone, Lamb Meet In First 18th Congressional District Special Election DebateThe first debate in the special election for the 18th Congressional District took place Monday.
President Trump To Campaign For Rick Saccone In PennsylvaniaPresident Donald Trump is expected to return to Pittsburgh this month to campaign for Rick Saccone in a special election for a US House seat.
Pence Visits Pennsylvania To Lend Hand In House RaceVice President Mike Pence was in the Pittsburgh area Friday to appear at a campaign rally and speak at the Heinz History Center.
Vice President Pence To Visit Bethel ParkVice President Mike Pence is set to visit Bethel Park on Friday.
Trump Gives 'Total Support' To Saccone, Discusses Tax Bill During W. Pa. VisitPresident Donald Trump visited the H&K Equipment Co. in North Fayette to push the benefits of his tax law, and put his support behind House candidate Rick Saccone during a visit to western Pennsylvania.
Special March Congressional Election Heats UpIn a little over two months, Pennsylvanians in the 18th Congressional district will choose the replacement for former U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy. So who are the candidates?
Pa. Rep. Rick Saccone Suspends Senate Run, Bids To Replace MurphyRepublican Rep. Rick Saccone is abandoning his run for Senate to instead run for Congress.
Republican Lawmakers Considering Run For Murphy's Congressional SeatRepublican state lawmakers are rushing to run for a congressional seat in southwestern Pennsylvania that is being vacated by GOP Congressman Tim Murphy.
House OKs Poll-Watching Bill Linked To Cheating AllegationsThe Republican-controlled chamber voted 106-91 Tuesday to allow a registered voter from anywhere in Pennsylvania to be appointed as a poll watcher in any election district.
Pennsylvania's 2018 US Senate Race Gets First GOP EntryRick Saccone formally declared his candidacy to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey.
Local Students, Lawmaker Debate National Motto BillLocal high school students had a chance to debate a bill that would require the national motto to be displayed in all Pennsylvania public schools.
State Lawmakers Urge Quick Action On ReassessmentsWith implementation of the new assessment numbers put on hold for another year, does that give time for the state legislature to stop court-ordered assessments?