Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman's Flags Fly In The Face Of Some Pennsylvania LawmakersPennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, Democrat John Fetterman, may have gotten under somebody’s skin.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers May Tap Into Coronavirus Relief Funds To Balance State BudgetPennsylvania still has not spent $1.3 billion received under the federal CARES Act to deal with the coronavirus pandemic relief.
Gov. Tom Wolf To Veto Bills On Carrying And Selling Guns During Disaster EmergenciesGov. Wolf will veto legislation that would repeal laws intended to control the carrying of guns and prevent public officials from shutting down firearms sales during disaster emergencies.
Pennsylvania House Republicans Vote For Election Procedure StudyRepublicans in the state House are pushing forward a proposal for a review of election procedures in Pennsylvania.
Westmoreland County's Kim Ward Selected As Pennsylvania’s First Female Senate Majority LeaderRepublicans who control Pennsylvania’s state Senate voted to select the chamber’s first female majority leader.
Southwestern Pennsylvania Sends 6 Newcomers To State House Of Representatives In HarrisburgSix new House members from the region are going to Harrisburg for the first time.
Governor To Follow Law Of Certifying Electoral Votes Of Pennsylvania Popular Vote WinnerFor months, there has been talk swirling that if Joe Biden wins Pennsylvania, Republicans in the state legislature could bypass the popular vote and appoint electors who are favorable to President Trump.
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. Election Officials Urge Voters To Drop Off Mail-In Ballots In Person Rather Than Use The MailWith six days until Election Day, Pennsylvania’s top elections official is urging voters who have a mail-in ballot to drop it off in person rather than mail it.
In Effort To Flip Control Of Pa. House, Democrats Challenge 2 Local Republican IncumbentsAll 203 state House seats are on the ballot this November, and this election could determine who controls the Pennsylvania legislature in Harrisburg.
Campaign For Auditor General Likely To Make History & Produce A Winner Of Color No Matter Who WinsNo matter who wins the race for State Auditor General in November, the result will be historic.