Pennsylvania Election Law Reforms Won't Be Ready For May PrimaryFive months after the state’s narrow and bitterly contested presidential race drew Republican claims of improper election procedures, it’s clear no changes will be enacted in time for Pennsylvania’s spring primary election.
Pennsylvania GOP Sets Meeting To Discuss Censuring Sen. Pat Toomey Over Impeachment VoteRepublican Party committee members in Pennsylvania expect to meet Wednesday night to decide whether to censure U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey amid a GOP backlash over his vote to convict Donald Trump during the former president’s second impeachment trial, members said.
Sen. Pat Toomey, Who Once Unified Republicans, Now On The Outs Over Former President TrumpBefore he became the object of fury of Republicans for voting to convict Donald Trump during the former president’s second impeachment trial, U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania was once the insurgent from the right.
Over 15,000 Pennsylvanians Have Left The Republican Party In 2021Since the start of this year, more than 21,000 Pennsylvanians have switched their party registration, and the Republican party is losing members at more than twice the rate.
Elections Shaping Up To Become Major Issue In Pennsylvania LegislatureRepublican lawmakers in Pennsylvania who are still questioning without basis the validity of the Nov. 3 election are drafting a boatload of voting-related legislation, with top Democrats quickly accusing them of setting up a sham process and undermining faith in elections.
Threat Of Lawsuits Looms As Pennsylvania’s Vote Count ContinuesThe threat of more election-related lawsuits loomed as vote counting ground on Monday in Pennsylvania, nearly a week after the presidential election, as counties continued to sort through provisional ballots and late-arriving mail-in ballots.
Gov. Tom Wolf Pushes For Political Reform In HarrisburgGov. Tom Wolf held a press conference Thursday to push for political reform in Harrisburg.
Gov. Wolf Says He Won't Heed Republicans' 'Irresponsible Demands' After Judge Rules Against Virus RestrictionsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vowed Tuesday he wouldn’t heed the “irresponsible demands” of President Donald Trump and Republicans in the state legislature concerning the coronavirus response.
Penn State Welcoming Tweet Generates Controversy For Including, And Then Deleting, Conservative StudentsA tweet from one of Penn State University's colleges is attracting national attention.
Western Pa. May Be Losing Political Clout, At Least In Democratic PrimariesWith the November election just four months from tomorrow, how important is this region politically?
Pa. House Votes On New Speaker After Mike Turzai Steps DownThe Pennsylvania House turned to a seven-term Republican member Monday to become its next speaker, elevating him to the chamber’s top job a week after his predecessor stepped down in mid-term.
Mark Sanford, 1 Of 3 Republicans Seeking To Take On President Trump, Stops In PittsburghFormer South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, who is challenging President Donald Trump, stopped in Pittsburgh today.
Two Local Congressmen Have Different Opinions On Gun Reform In Wake Of Mass ShootingsTwo local members of Congress appearing on the KD/PG Sunday Edition demonstrate why passing gun reform measures seems so impossible in Washington.
Dartboard With Faces Of 4 Liberal Congresswomen At County Fair GOP Booth Sparks ControversyA dartboard at the Fayette County Republicans booth with the faces of four liberal congresswomen taped on it has sparked controversy on Facebook.
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Calls 'This Entire Process UnAmerican' While Questioning Robert MuellerSpecial counsel Robert Mueller testified before two different congressional committees and reiterated two points.