With just over a week to go before the election, the candidates zero in on the swing states. Here’s a look at the latest poles in those crucial battlegrounds.
A new app is letting you take control of what you want – or don’t want – to see, at least on Facebook.
Secretary Carol Aichele made a stop at Temple University on Thursday to talk about the voter ID law. On Tuesday, the Commonwealth Court ruled voters will not need photo ID for the November election.
With Mitt Romney on the defensive, a new trio of state polls shows how serious the challenge might be for him in the coming weeks.
It is all a part of a grassroots effort to reach to mobilize voters following the Democratic National Convention.
In the campaign, the voices of the Republican Party are speaking out.
Every four years, the New Jersey Pest Management Association pits two Madagascar hissing cockroaches against each other in a race for the White House.
When describing the Paul Ryan pick, La Salle Political Science Professor Ed Turzanski used a term that many other political pundits have used….Bold.
In a year in which voters are relatively unenthusiastic about the Nov. 6 presidential election, there are a half-million fewer registered Pennsylvania voters than four years ago and a smaller Democratic advantage in registration.
Chris discusses the opening of the new Barnes Foundation, the passing of Barry Gibb and Philadelphia Councilman Jim Kenney’s plan to use inmates to pick up litter. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup about how religion will be used in the Presidential Campaign, to Keegan Gibson, from Politics PA, about the case against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin, and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about getting kicked out of a game last week.
“The president is literally in a battle for his life in the state,” says Franklin and Marshall College political science professor Terry Madonna.
Chris reflects on the tough weekend in Philadelphia sports, with both the Phillies and Eagles losing their Sunday battles. He also discusses the implications of Chris Christie joining into the Republic Presidential nomination. Also, Pat Ciarrocchi stops by to talk about this year’s Light’s For A Cure.
Governor Corbett and State Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi (R) are supporting a major change to the way Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential elections.
Governor Chris Christie has steadfastly maintained that if he ran for president, he could beat Obama. But the latest Fairleigh Dickinson poll suggests otherwise.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie keeps on saying he won’t run for president next year, but that’s apparently not stopping Republicans from asking him to reconsider.