Elections Court Removes Pittsburgh Poll Worker For ‘Causing A Disturbance’The Allegheny County Elections Court ordered a poll worker removed from a Pittsburgh precinct this Election Day for causing reported disturbances.
Judge Of Elections’ Vehicle Stolen With Election Materials Inside, 4 Juveniles In CustodyFour young people are in custody and law enforcement is looking for a fifth juvenile after investigators say they allegedly stolen the vehicle of a poll worker Tuesday morning in Pittsburgh.
Some Westmoreland Co. Voters Delayed Due To Vote Counting Scanner MalfunctionAt least one polling location in Westmoreland County was down early on Election Day morning because the vote counting machine was not working.
Some Allegheny Co. Suburban Polling Places Run Low On Provisional Ballots EarlyIt was dark, early and cold outside, but that did not stop voters from waiting in line outside of the Ross Township Municipal Building before the polls even opened.
'You Need Your Voice To Be Heard': Pittsburgh Voters Line Up At Polling Places To Cast BallotsIn the City of Pittsburgh Tuesday morning, voters were out early to cast their ballots.
Voters Line Up Across Allegheny County to Cast Ballots On Election DayAs polls prepared to open in Pennsylvania, voters in Allegheny County lined up early to cast their ballots.
President Trump's Campaign Makes Final Push Through Pa., Other Battleground StatesBoth candidate's campaigns have said Pennsylvania is a must-win state and are hoping for a victory.
Joe Biden's Campaign Swings Through Pittsburgh To Rally Last-Minute VotesPennsylvania is playing a very big role in this election -- with both candidates making last-minute stops vying for voters.
Conor Lamb, Sean Parnell To Hit Polls Early, Kicking Off Election Day In Hotly Contested 17th DistrictDemocratic Representative Conor Lamb looks to hold onto his House seat this Election Day versus Republican Sean Parnell in Pennsylvania's 17th Congressional District.
Pittsburgh Businesses Board Up Storefronts In Preparation Of Possible Election Day UnrestPittsburgh businesses preparing for possible vandalism and protests as election results come in.
Election Day Explainer: Safety At The Polls, Mail-In Ballot Counting, & Timeline Of ResultsThere are a lot of questions hanging over Election Day beyond who will win. Safety at the polls from the Coronavirus and intimidation and the counting process top the list.
Pa. To Play Pivotal Role In Deciding Presidential ElectionThe intense focus on Pennsylvania by both presidential campaigns shows how important the state is in the race to the White House,
Steelers Help Provide Masks For Elections Officials Ahead Of Election DayWith Election Day looming and the Coronavirus pandemic still being battled, the Steelers have teamed up with a local organization to help provide masks for elections officials.
Late-Arriving Mail-In Ballots Count In Pennsylvania, For NowThe state's top election official said mail-in ballots received by counties in the presidential battleground state within three days after polls close will count, for now.
Pa. State Secretary, PEMA Working With Multiple Agencies On Election Day Security PlansState Secretary Kathy Boockvar and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency are reviewing security and making preparations ahead of Election Day.