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Recent articles by Marc:

Pennsylvania may tweak new law to avoid vote-counting logjam

HARRISBURG — Lawmakers may change Pennsylvania's sweeping new election law to avoid a logjam of mail-in ballots that could extend vote counting in the presidential race for days afterward, a top lawmaker said Monday.House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, said the 4-month-old law may be amended to let county election officials open envelopes that contain mail-in ballots before the polls… → Read More

Pennsylvania may tweak new law to avoid vote-counting logjam

HARRISBURG — Lawmakers may change Pennsylvania's sweeping new election law to avoid a logjam of mail-in ballots that could extend vote counting in the presidential race for days afterward, a top lawmaker said Monday.House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, said the 4-month-old law may be amended to let county election officials open envelopes that contain mail-in ballots before the polls… → Read More

Pennsylvania may tweak new election law to avoid vote-counting logjam

Pennsylvania's new election law may be amended to let county officials open envelopes that contain mail-in ballots before the polls close on election night, according to the House majority leader. → Read More

Fracking debate causes tremors in battleground Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The notion of banning fracking is dividing the Democrats running for president and increasingly dividing Democrats in the presidential battleground state of Pennsylvania, where fracking has → Read More

Fracking Debate Causes Tremors in Battleground Pa.

The notion of banning fracking is dividing the Democrats running for president and increasingly dividing Democrats in the presidential battleground state of Pennsylvania, where fracking has vaulted it to the No. 2 natural gas producer behind Texas. → Read More

Fracking debate causes tremors in battleground Pennsylvania

The notion of banning fracking is dividing the Democrats running for president and increasingly dividing Democrats in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, the No. 2 natural gas producer behind Texas. → Read More

Complaints about privacy follow switch to paper ballots

As many Pennsylvania counties adopting new hand-marked ballot voting systems, a persistent criticism is a perceived loss of privacy in polling places when filling them out and scanning them → Read More

Judge hears arguments in Jill Stein’s Philadelphia voting machine lawsuit

The hearing in federal court could help determine how 17% of Pennsylvania’s registered voters cast ballots in the April 28 primary election, as well as in November, when the state is expected to be one of the nation’s premier presidential battlegrounds. → Read More

Judge to hear arguments over Northampton County's voting machines

Pennsylvania's top elections official is expected Tuesday to defend the certification of voting machines being used by Northampton County, Philadelphia, and another county. → Read More

Presidential hopefuls begin filing for Pennsylvania's ballot

Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg are the first Democratic presidential candidates to file signatures to get on the ballot for the Pennsylvania primary. President Trump's campaign has filed to get on the Republican ballot. → Read More

Presidential hopefuls begin filing for Pennsylvania's ballot

The campaigns have through 5 p.m. Tuesday to file at least 2,000 signatures of registered voters to get on the April 28 primary ballot. → Read More

Top Pennsylvania State Senator Joe Scarnati Won’t Run Again

Pennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati tells The Associated Press he will not seek re-election → Read More

CONVICTION INTEGRITY UNIT: Pennsylvania creates new office to review convictions for errors

Pennsylvania's new Conviction Integrity Unit will review questionable convictions and "pursue corrections for individuals who have been denied justice." → Read More

Pa. launches online application for mail-in ballots

Pennsylvania has launched a website where voters can request mail-in ballots for the first time. → Read More

Pennsylvania's big higher education problem gets a spotlight

By just about every measure there is, Pennsylvania is ranked at the bottom among states in the level of higher education aid, size of student debt and affordability of its colleges. → Read More

Pennsylvania launches online application for mail-in ballots

Pennsylvania is launching a website where voters -- for the first time -- can request a newly legalized mail-in ballot ahead of the April primary election. → Read More

Pennsylvania launches online application for mail-in ballots

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania is launching the website where voters for the first time can request the newly legalized mail-in ballots ahead of the state's April 28 primary election, → Read More

Wolf’s $200M plan for higher education puts spotlight on system

On Tuesday, with his new budget proposal, Gov. Tom Wolf requested a new, $200 million-a-year scholarship program for low- and middle-income state-system → Read More

Pennsylvania's Pat Toomey and Bob Casey split on how they'll vote on impeachment charges against President Donald Trump

Pennsylvania's U.S. senators, Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Bob Casey, split Tuesday on how they will vote on the two impeachment charges against President Donald Trump. → Read More

Toomey, Casey split on how they'll vote on impeachment

The Pennsylvania U.S. senators revealed how they will vote in advance of Wednesday's virtually certain Senate votes to acquit Trump. → Read More