Democrats Look To Control Pa. State Supreme Court After Heavy FundraisingDemocrats looked Tuesday to take control of the state's highest court after dominating fundraising in a race for three open seats that drew nearly $11.5 million in campaign contributions, a record for the state.
Phila. Mayoral Candidate Says Immigrants Should Be Treated Like Human BeingsIt's not an issue in Philadelphia's mayoral campaign, but candidate Jim Kenney spent part of his last day on the campaign trail discussing immigration policy.
Israeli Consular Official Discusses Election With Students In PhiladelphiaThe Deputy Consul General of Israel based in Philadelphia dissected Tuesday's rough-and-tumble election in his home country and the contrast of the democratic process for students at Girard College on Wednesday.
Local Expert Weighs In On The Role Social Media Plays In ElectionsSocial media, many use it to post pictures, communicate with friends, and even receive news, but does it play a role in the way people vote in elections?
Deadline For New Jersey Vote Tally ExtendedThe state Division on Elections has granted 14 counties until next week to finish counting ballots.
EXCLUSIVE: VP Biden On Fiscal Cliff: 'We're Determined Not To Go Over'The Vice President was in town to celebrate Sussex County’s 200th Annual “Return Day,” a tradition involving a parade and burial of a hatchet that signals the end of the elections.
Judge Orders Obama Mural Covered At Northeast Philadelphia Polling PlaceLocal Republicans went to court to have a judge order a mural of President Obama covered up at the Ben Franklin Elementary School polling place in the Northeast.
N.J. Residents Displaced By Sandy Can Vote ElectronicallyNew Jersey officials announced Saturday residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy will be allowed to vote by fax or email.
Students Voting Out Of StateAs an out-of-state student, you have a choice of where to vote. You may either vote in the state in which your college is located, or you may vote by absentee ballot in your home state.
Most N.J. School Districts Are Moving Their Election DatesFour out of five New Jersey school boards have opted to hold their elections in November, rather than the usual April.
Study: Social Networks Influence Voter TurnoutNew research out of UC–San Diego shows that social networks can influence political participation.
Opinion: Voter ID: A Good IdeaIt has been argued that “granny” might not be able to vote if they make her have a voter ID. But seriously, why all the concern about taking the extra measure of a voter ID to make sure that every vote cast in a United States election is a legally qualified vote, including “granny’s”?