Nutter Wants To Hear About Election Day Voting TroublesPhiladelphia residents who had problems voting in last November's presidential election are being asked to come to City Hall this evening and tell their tale.
Pa. Vote Totals Show 5.7 Million Voted In November ElectionAll 67 of Pennsylvania's counties have certified their vote totals from the Nov. 7 election.
Citizens Sign Petition To Have Their State Secede From The UnionHundreds of thousands of Americans still miffed about the outcome of last week's presidential election are asking President Obama to allow their state to withdraw from the United States.
Watchdog Group: Phila. Provisional Ballot Voters Email Committee Of 70The Committee of 70 wants Philadelphians who resorted to using 'provisional' ballots in the presidential election to raise their concerns and e-mail the election watchdog group.
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New Jersey Residents Offered Numerous Ways To VoteIn New Jersey, voters have four methods of casting their ballots in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Jill Biden, Clinton To Visit Pennsylvania Before TuesdayThe wife of Vice President Joe Biden is making several stops in Pennsylvania in support of President Barack Obama's re-election campaign.
Pa. Elections Official Says Hundreds Of Polling Places Still Without PowerDepartment of State spokesman Ron Ruman said Friday the number continues to fall as crews work to restore electricity.
Philadelphia School District Issues Statement On Romney T-Shirt ControversySam Pawlucy, a 16-year-old sophomore at Charles Carroll High School in Port Richmond, was allegedly removed from geometry class because she was wearing a Romney-Ryan campaign shirt.
JetBlue Offering Free Flights 'If The Other Guy Wins' The 2012 ElectionThe airline is giving away 2012 free seats (which works out to 1,006 round trip flights) to any of its 21 international destinations to customers who enter a contest online and then come out on the losing side of the 2012 election.
Analysis: First Presidential Debate Will Be Aimed At Undecided VotersPresident Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney go toe-to-toe tonight in the first of three election-season debates. The debate in Denver will be aimed at undecided voters.
Analysis: The 2012 Election The expectations game has begun prior to the first presidential debate Wednesday night.
New Poll Shows Obama Strengthening in Three Key StatesWith Mitt Romney on the defensive, a new trio of state polls shows how serious the challenge might be for him in the coming weeks.