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.
At least four of the nine Republican gubernatorial candidates have said they would seek a complete ban on abortion with no exceptions.
The Pennsylvania primary election in 2022 is May 17. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know before you vote.
As primary Election Day 2022 approaches in Pennsylvania, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro has raised nearly $18 million in campaign contributions.
Independent voters now number more than 1 million and account for 15% of all registered voters, yet they are shut out of casting a primary ballot for key positions like governor and U.S. senator.
Five candidates running in Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate primary election for the Republican nomination will gather tonight at Dickinson College.
The four candidates running in Pennsylvania’s primary election for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination will gather Monday night at Dickinson College for a debate hosted by Spotlight PA and its founding members.
A late-stage cancer diagnosis left Bradford Gamble with a difficult decision: Receive treatment in a Pennsylvania state prison or die on the outside.
The candidates focused on differentiating themselves in a crowded field and making an impression on a largely undecided electorate.
Five candidates running in Pennsylvania’s primary election for the Republican gubernatorial nomination will gather Tuesday at Gettysburg College for a debate.