Capitol insiders believe the poor primary performances of Harrisburg’s top budget negotiators could inspire frustrated Republicans to revolt during budget season.
With millions of dollars at stake, certification businesses buy radio ads, dominate Google searches, and even offer Groupons. But if doctors do the same, they risk their license.
A federal appeals court has ruled that undated mail ballots cast in one 2021 election should be counted, but the opinion could have much bigger implications.
State Sen. Art Haywood said his bill — inspired in part by the police killing of Christian Hall — would address the “appearance of bias” that erodes trust in law enforcement.
A middling fundraiser with little party support, Mastriano rose to the top of a crowded GOP field for Pennsylvania governor through candid chats about his extreme conservative views.
Mastriano emerged from a crowded GOP field of nine candidates who have spent the last several months crisscrossing the state to rally support from party elites and the rank-and-file alike.
Incarcerated people and their advocates are asking the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections to reconsider COVID-19 restrictions that affect quality of life.
Allies argue Jeff Yass is a single-issue donor who backs candidates who support alternatives to public schools. But critics contend he’s using weak campaign finance laws to peddle influence.
Pennsylvania’s 2022 primary is May 17. Here’s what you need to know about polling places, mail ballots, and more.
Whether or not Pennsylvania counties will have all of their votes counted on Election Night depends on how many mail-in ballots need to be counted — and when the counting starts.
As Pa. primary 2022 quickly approaches, the top candidates for governor are bringing in six and even seven-figure donations.
A hot housing market has buyers and renters making quick decisions to compete for properties, but in Pennsylvania ensuring those homes are clean from former drug activity is difficult.
Democrats and Republicans will consider a number of races, while unaffiliated voters in some parts of the state will weigh ballot questions.
How many people in Pennsylvania use medical marijuana for opioid addiction? The Wolf administration is taking Spotlight PA to court for trying to find out.
No-excuse mail voting is still valid in Pennsylvania despite an ongoing case before the state Supreme Court.