With the Pennsylvania presidential primary a little more than two weeks away, it’s been quiet on the airwaves, but it looks like that’s about to change.
With two weeks to go until the Pennsylvania Primary, the pressure is on Rick Santorum to pull out of the race now.
Our colleagues in Boston are keeping us updated on today’s activities in New Hampshire.
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.
My experience with elections: skip voting at your own risk. You have heard a lot about the high profile races, but you can bet on this – it’s not the big races that will extract money from your budget. It is the ignored, smaller contests that no one generally cares about that can hit you where it hurts.
As politics goes, this is an exciting week, with behind the scenes action moving at a rapid pace.
A week away from the so-called off year election, there are some real mysteries of the most watched election in this region – the struggle for control of Montgomery County government.
A federal appeals panel took nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis off a New Jersey state Senate ballot Thursday, finding he does not meet the state’s four-year residency requirement after all.
Rehoboth Beach incumbent Mayor Samuel Cooper and incumbent City Commissioner Lorraine Zellers will stay in office.
Another week, another entry in the Republican race for president.
The Pennsylvania House has begun debate on legislation that would require voters to show a photo ID when they show up at polling places to vote.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – In one week, voters in Pennsylvania go to the polls to elect nominees for November. In some cases, candidates have twice the chance, because they’re cross-filing — running on both party’s ballots. […]
TRENTON (CBS) – A lawsuit was filed this week that could change the way elections are conducted in New Jersey. Voter registration deadlines could be a thing of the past if the effort filed in […]
Philadelphia’s election season is in full swing, as dozens of candidates for mayor, City Council and other offices filed their nominating petitions for the May primary.
By Nicole Brewer: Social media stepped up its game this election season, prompting millions of Americans to sign on and share their experience at the polls. Twitter, Facebook, Google and Foursquare led the virtual path with election-inspired applications to track voter involvement.