Four Democrats and two Republicans, here in the 13th Congressional District are trying to get their party’s nomination for the seat vacated by Allyson Schwartz as she attempts her run for Governor.
At the top of the ticket today, Democratic voters in Pennsylvania will find four candidates vying to be the party’s nominee for governor.
For Pennsylvanians, Tuesday, May 20th is the state’s Primary Elections. Here’s what you need to know. The Basics: In Pennsylvania’s Primary Elections, voters choose their party’s nominees to run in the General Election by casting […]
Tuesday Democratic candidates Katie McGinty, Allyson Schwartz, Rob McCord and Tom Wolf will battle for votes to take on incumbent republican Governor Tom Corbett.
Incumbent Democrat Alan Butkovitz is seeking his third term in office. While he has the backing of the Democratic City Committee, he does face two primary challengers.
April 22nd may seem far away, but it gives voters just 20 days to get those applications in.
The Pennsylvania primary lost much of its drama two weeks ago when former US senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania folded his tent.
Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary provided a “dry run” for the state’s new voter ID law.
Voters in Pennsylvania are choosing party nominees for state legislative races and in some areas, they’ll also be voting for candidates who’ll serve the unexpired terms of lawmakers who’ve resigned.
Franklin and Marshall College pollster and political analyst Terry Madonna says the race for the GOP nomination for US Senate is one of the most bizarre he’s ever seen.
The controversial new voter ID law does not take effect until the November general election, but city officials are using today’s primary as a run through of sorts.
To help you get ready for the Pennsylvania Primary, we’ve attached links to useful resources.
City commissioner Stephanie Singer says voting results from at least 10 divisions in last year’s primary show what’s called “over-voting” — that’s when the number of votes recorded exceeds the number of voters who showed up.
A week from tomorrow is the Pennsylvania primary, and two Democrats are making a lot of noise with an old and bitter feud in the middle.
The dust had barely settled from Santorum’s announcement before Romney’s people were pulling the plug on TV and radio commercials.