Judge Denies GOP Request For 'Poll Watchers' At Allegheny County Satellite Election OfficesA federal judge denied a request from two Republican candidates for Congress who wanted poll watchers at Allegheny County's satellite election offices.
Fayette County Voters To Be Notified Of 'Voter Declaration Mistakes' By Election OfficialsPeople voting by mail in Fayette County will be notified if they have made any voter declaration mistakes by election officials.
Pa. Supreme Court Rules Ballots Can't Be Tossed Over Voter SignaturePennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday on a key concern surrounding an avalanche of mail-in ballots in the presidential battleground state, prohibiting counties from rejecting ballots because the voter's signature on it may not resemble their signature on their registration form.
Democratic Voters In Battleground States, Including Pa., Receiving Intimidating EmailsDemocratic voters in at least four battleground states including Florida and Pennsylvania received threatening emails, falsely purporting to be from the far-right group Proud Boys, that warned “we will come after you” if the recipients didn't vote for President Donald Trump.
The Blue-Collar Vote Could Be The Key To Winning PennsylvaniaWith two weeks until Election Day, experts believe the key to winning Pennsylvania lies with the working-class vote.
Thousands Of Allegheny County Residents Are Signing Up To Vote, Dropping Off Ballots Ahead Of Registration DeadlineThousands of Allegheny County residents are applying for and dropping off ballots ahead of the deadline for voter registration.
Ballot Boxes Available At Multiple Locations For Westmoreland County VotersOfficials are setting up multiple locations and times for Westmoreland County residents who are voting by mail and are looking to drop off their ballots.
B-PEP Offering Free Rides To Voters The Black Political Empowerment Project, also known as B-PEP, wants people to get out and vote, so they are offering free rides to voters.
Pa. Health Care Association Raising Voting Concerns For Long-Term Care Facility ResidentsPennsylvania's leading advocacy organization says long-term care providers need to ensure their residents are able to vote in next month's election.
Changing Your Mind? Pa. Voters Must Follow These Rules If They Request A Mail-In Ballot But Decide To Go To The Polls Instead You’ve been hearing a lot about mail-in ballots, but what happens if you request a mail-in ballot and then change your mind?
Pizza To The Polls, Uber Eats Teaming Up To Deploy Food Trucks To Pittsburgh VotersAn organization that helps feed hungry voters for free is deploying food trucks in several cities this year, including Pittsburgh.