2012 Elections

Nearly 20,000 Eligible 'Provisional' Ballots Cast in Philadelphia in November, Report FindsA staff report found that more than 7,600 ballots were disqualified from the count because, in the majority of cases, they were cast by people who were not registered to vote.
Pa. Pollster Sees Little Election Impact From State's Voter ID ControversyFranklin & Marshall College pollster Terry Madonna believes the success that Democratic candidates enjoyed in Pennsylvania was more about political organization than it was about voter ID backlash.
Philadelphia Democrats Celebrate Obama's Re-electionDemocratic campaign workers erupted in jubilation Tuesday night as the TV screen at President Barack Obama's Philadelphia headquarters showed the president with enough electoral votes to be re-elected.
Fitzpatrick Elected To Another Term In CongressIn Pennsylvania's 8th Congressional District, Republican incumbant Michael Fitzpatrick cruised to an easy victory on Tuesday.
No Surprises In Congressional Races In Philadelphia SuburbsThe incumbents had a big night in Delaware, Chester and Montgomery Counties.
Strong Voter Turnout In Montgomery CountyTen years ago, Montgomery County was considered a Republican stronghold, but on Tuesday it was the Democrats who had the advantage across the county.
Kane Elected To Attorney General's Post In PennsylvaniaPolitical rookie Kathleen Kane has been elected the first woman and first Democratic Pennsylvania attorney general.
Election Night Viewing Party Doubles As Political Art InstallationAn election night watch party at the Crane Arts building in Kensington doubled as an interactive political art installation.
New Jersey Voters Approve Raising Judges' Benefits CostNew Jersey voters have approved a ballot question forcing judges and state Supreme Court justices to pay more for retirement and health benefits.
Polling Issues Impact Voting In PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia's election watchdog group says voting in the city is being hampered by a registration issues, a claim disputed by the city officials who run the polling places.
No Immediate Problems For Voters In Hurricane-Ravaged Parts Of New JerseyNew Jersey elections officials were reporting no significant problems at the polls early Tuesday, even in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Last-Minute Power Problems Cleared Up At Montgomery County Polling PlacesOfficials in Montgomery County say all systems are go for Election Day. There’s power at all of the county’s voting locations.
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