Corbett cast himself as the candidate who will resist increasing government spending and repeatedly questioned where Wolf would find the money to raise the state’s share of public school spending to 50 percent, plus meet other priorities. For his part, Wolf sought to frame Corbett as failing to capably steer the state’s economy and government finances, while he cut critical funding for public schools.
Democrat Tom Wolf is heading into the final seven weeks of Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial election with a $1.5 million cash advantage over the Republican he’s trying to unseat, Gov. Tom Corbett.
The campaign is on track to cost more than $60 million, including spending by the three candidates Wolf beat in May’s four-way Democratic Party primary election.
They’re counting the votes in Delaware’s primary election.
Voting rights groups teamed up Saturday evening to host Philadelphia’s first “Drum Duel” — a competition designed to get people fired up about voting.
Delaware transportation officials have given the green light to candidates to start placing campaign signs on state-owned rights of way.
Are we looking at history repeating itself as we near 2016? Will the Democratic star decide to take a pass? Hillary Clinton’s book tour by all accounts has been a mixed bag.
In Trenton, six candidates are vying to replace Tony Mack, who was convicted on federal corruption charges in February and is due to be sentenced this week.
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is spending time right now making movies, but he’s not ruling out another presidential run in 2016.
Voter turnout in Tuesday’s New Jersey gubernatorial came in under 40 percent, by far the lowest in a governor’s election since at least 1920.
In Somerton, where DA candidate Daniel Alvarez popped in to vote, there were voting machine problems.
In the history of our democracy, much consideration has been given to when we vote, who and how.
For New Jerseyans, October 16th is the United States Senate special election. Here’s what you need to know.
April 22nd may seem far away, but it gives voters just 20 days to get those applications in.
A legal challenge to the Pennsylvania law mandating photo identification for voters is tentatively scheduled for trial beginning July 15 in Harrisburg.