Gov. Wolf, Republicans Authorize $90 Million For Voting Machines For Election SecuritySurrounded by both Republican and Democratic lawmakers and public interest groups, Governor Tom Wolf signed the most significant election reform in 80 years.
Pennsylvania Voters Can Apply Online For Absentee BallotsPennsylvanians who won't be able to vote in person this fall will be able to apply online for absentee ballots for the first time.
Pennsylvania Voters Can Apply Online For Absentee BallotsPennsylvanians who won’t be able to vote in person this fall will be able to apply online for absentee ballots for the first time.
Allegheny Co. Looks To Buy New Voting Machines Before 2020 ElectionElection officials in Allegheny County and across the state are running out of time to make a big decision and purchase new voting machines.
Politics Of Elections Snares Pennsylvania Voting-Machine AidLegislation to help Pennsylvania's counties afford new voting machines before next year's election is wrapped up in the politics of voting and election laws.
GOP Pushes Back On Cash Gov. Wolf Seeks For Voting MachinesRepublican lawmakers aren't committing to the money sought by Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf to back up his demand that counties replace their voting machines by 2020's presidential elections.
DA Stephen Zappala Wins Democratic Primary, 2 Pittsburgh-Area Incumbents DefeatedPolls have closed for the Pennsylvania May Primary.
Voters Head To Polls On Pa. May Primary Election DayToday is May Primary Day in Pennsylvania.
Deadline Approaching To Apply For Absentee BallotsYou're running out of time to apply for an absentee ballot for next week's Pennsylvania primary election.
Bill To Allows Independents To Vote In Pa. Primary Gains Some MomentumPennsylvania is in the minority of states with closed primary elections, but the fast-growing number of independent voters is sparking a debate in Pennsylvania's Legislature.
Long Lines At Murrysville Polls May Find Resolution With Smaller Election DistrictsSome voters in Murrysville say they're used to long lines at the polls, but they're getting tired of it and want something to be done.