Audit Reveals Problems With 2012 Election At Philadelphia Polling PlacesDays after the City Controller's audit on the spike in the number of provisional ballots cast at Philadelphia polls in the 2012 election, a fact-finding team appointed by Mayor Nutter has released its own version of what went wrong.
Latino Community In Spotlight After ElectionPresident Obama won last week's election with an electoral landslide, largely because of the Latino vote. Philadelphia has a large Latino population and they're hoping immigration reform will be a top priority.
All Eyes On Pennsylvania’s 20 Electoral College VotesBoth sides are looking for Pennsylvania's critical 20 electoral votes.
Pennsylvania Elects New Attorney General TodayWhat is arguably the biggest case ever prosecuted by an elected Pennsylvania attorney general – the Jerry Sandusky case – has dominated the race for the next AG.
Analysis: Poll Numbers Shed Light On Sudden Campaign Focus On PennsylvaniaMitt Romney campaigned hard in Bucks County yesterday and now Bill Clinton follows up in Philadelphia and Montgomery County. So, what's happening a day away from the election?
Pa. Focus Of Campaigns On Eve Of ElectionOn this, the final day before Election Day, the candidates are making their final push, and part of that effort is focused on Pennsylvania.
Voter Watchdog Warns Of Misleading RobocallsWith Election Day just hours away, voters have been receiving unsolicited advice on how to cast a ballot at the polls. Voting watchdogs say some of the messaging is misleading and incorrect.
Sandy's Wrath Impacts Deadline For Absentee Ballot Applications In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has extended the deadline for filing absentee ballot applications because of Hurricane Sandy.
Pa. Officials: Voters Running Out Of Time To Complete Absentee Ballot ProcessAbsentee ballots must be received by county election officials by November 2nd, in order to be counted, so voters need to act immediately to complete the two-part mailing process in time.
Analysis: Aggressive Obama, Moderate Romney In Final DebateIt was obvious from the start that Mitt Romney decided to agree with President Obama on all the hotspot strategy: agreeing on Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The strategy: less hawkish, more moderate.
Negative Political Ads Set To Flood Pa. AirwavesIt's well-established that the low light of autumn causes depression but could a virtual cloud cover of nasty, grating ads have the same effect?
On Energy Policy, Candidates Seem To Agree On Natural GasOne of the key issues in the Presidential campaign is US energy policy, but the natural gas industry, at least, thinks it's sitting pretty.