pennsylvania politics

The Electoral College system can be improved. The first improvement needed is to make every voter count. The second is for every voter to count equally. And the third is to elect a president who is supported by a majority of the voters. This is not a partisan issue.
If Ms. Valentine-Thomas were to be elected, would she refuse other services to us? The office handles petitions for adoptions
A Republican state senator illustrated his belief that the state's schools aren't suffering financially by chartering a helicopter
Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who was elected in 2013, campaigned on a promise to expand Medicaid for Virginia's residents. After
As a recently released 2014 report card on women's health confirmed, Pennsylvania's failing when it comes to meeting women's health needs, especially for women of color.
It had all the trappings of an ALEC-backed attack on democracy: Push out a bill prohibiting local governments from passing workplace protections in their own communities. If all else failed, tack the measure onto some popular bill as an amendment and hope the supporters of that bill would want it badly enough to allow the hostile amendment to stand.
Carol Jumper, who lives in Hopewell Township, Pennsylvania, was diagnosed with cancer impacting her pancreas, liver and ovaries
The Democratic nominee is expected to smoothly sail to victory in November's general election, given the district's deep
Former President Bill Clinton and potential future president Hillary Clinton have subsequently worked to raise money for
The news comes just two days after The New York Times reported that Chelsea Clinton was staying out of Margolies' race because
The ADL estimates that the KKK now has some 3,500 members nationwide, down from about 8,000 members 10 years ago, while the
A Quinnipiac University poll released in March found that 85 percent of registered Pennsylvania voters support medical marijuana
One of Wolf's primary opponents, Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa.), had pointed out the plagiarized sections of Wolf's plan in
In the complaint, Leach says that Margolies spent more than $70,000 in general election funds from Jan. 15 through March
“Thanks to Governor Beshear, Kentucky Kynect provides healthcare to Kentuckians who had no insurance," Jensen says in the
However, the charity's proposal was denied by the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust -- rather than withdrawn due
Margolies faces state Sen. Daylin Leach, state Rep. Brendan Boyle and physician Val Arkoosh in the Democratic primary to
Leach's ad stars his daughter Brennan, who says her dad "is running for the future" and will work to expand Social Security
Marjorie Margolies was in a tough spot at one point -- and she had to turn to her own charity. Paige Lavender joins Alyona to discuss.