County officials said they plan to give the public a full explanation of problems that occurred on election night after a thorough investigation is complete.
The Harrisburg legislature is broken! We, the taxpayers, pay our legislators $21 Million in salary alone, not including vacation pay, health insurance, committee pay, per diems, office expenses and retirement and get almost nothing in the way of legislative return. In total, we are spending approximately $50 Million dollars annually for a handful of bills that are passed into law.
HARRISBURG — What does a conservative upstart challenging a top House Republican in York County have in common with a scion of a Democratic political family facing a progressive primary in Philadelphia?
Harrisburg, PA – Acting Secretary of State Leigh M. Chapman today reminded Pennsylvanians of the Pennsylvania Department of State’s election night returns website, which will offer up-to-the-minute results from counties after the polls close at 8 p.m. on May 17.
The top-ranking Republican in the Pennsylvania Senate dropped his faltering bid for governor on Thursday, urging GOP voters to coalesce around former U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, as establishment Republicans frantically work to head off a primary win by an insurgent candidate whom they view as unelectable.
HARRISBURG – Funding to assist Lycoming County with a community planning project was awarded recently, according to state Rep. Jeff Wheeland (R-Lycoming). The grant for the project was issued by the Municipal Assistance Program (MAP) and approved by the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED).
The primary staple of Yesenia Rodriguez’s platform is education reform. She said, if elected, she plans to work towards developing partnerships with various groups to establish recreational centers or areas for youth so young people can be in safe and facilitated environments.
Politics in the United States have changed rapidly in the 21st century. As outlined in part one of this series, “The Problem,” the emergence of 24-hour media, the rise in popularity of opinion news as a result of removing bias protection laws, and the hyper advancement of technology have all changed the way political candidates and political parties connect with people.
"I am least concerned how this will affect my Senate campaign." Clements told Q'Hubo News. "The voters need to know this man is a liar and disrespects the tenants of American democracy. Subsequent to his actions on Jan 6th, he held a collusion meeting in Gettysburg and established alternate electors which is not found in the US or PA constitution. I believe this is further evidence of intent to subvert the US Constitution. "Although this lawsuit may not have a quick enough timeframe prior to the primary, there could still be enough time prior to the general election.
"A decision by the Supreme Court on Roe v. Wade will not have an immediate impact on Pennsylvania or its current laws. Should this opinion become final, abortion access in Pennsylvania will remain legal and safe as long as I am governor. I will continue to veto any legislation that threatens access to abortion and women's health care.