President Barack Obama will make a campaign stop for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf as part of a multi-state campaign swing ahead of the Nov. 4 election.
SEPTA has launched a campaign in an effort to battle rude commuters.
The Hershey company says a Maryland candidate is milking its classic chocolate bar for political gain.
Gov. Chris Christie’s re-election campaign is asking permission to exceed New Jersey’s election spending cap to pay lawyers handling subpoenas issued in an investigation of a political payback scandal.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s father, Cary Booker, passed away today in Las Vegas.
Philadelphia now has casinos. But it doesn’t have a beach or an ocean — something Atlantic City plans to hammer home this weekend.
Delaware officials say officers issued 1,010 citations during the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign last month.
State Sen. Barbara Buono and Gov. Chris Christie are both on the air with new campaign commercials in their race for governor.
CBS 3 and The CW Philly 57 will wrap up the stations’ 24th annual Joy of Sharing toy campaign benefiting the Salvation Army with a full day of toy collections and fundraising for families in need in our region next Wednesday, December 19th.
The Division of Elections has issued a new directive that gives displaced voters until 8 p.m. Friday to return email and fax ballots.
The fight to win Pennsylvania brought former President Bill Clinton to the battleground state on Monday, as he campaigned in the state’s biggest cities to help Democrats try to fend off an aggressive, last-ditch attempt by Republicans to capture its prized 20 electoral votes.
The photo was used in mailers in a June primary election involving Sen. Jean White, one of a handful of Republicans who supported a civil union bill that was blocked in the state House.
First lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to visit Philadelphia next week for a campaign event.
The state Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved newly redrawn maps for Senate and House districts on Monday, more than two weeks early and with only one dissenting vote.
South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews will refund nearly $10,000 to his campaign, after questions were raised about the use of that money.