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  • As clock ticks on election day, a final push in Ohio

    As clock ticks on election day, a final push in Ohio
    It’s up to the voters now. After a bitter presidential campaign that lasted a seeming eternity, was financed from a bottomless well of partisan cash and remained tight until the very end, election day dawned across a country that may be divided...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander

    Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander
    The first California election that Kim Alexander cast a ballot in was a pip; voters decided 16 state propositions -- on creating a state lottery, capping welfare, limiting campaign contributions -- and gave their former governor, Ronald Reagan, a second...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Will The Voters Show Up At The Polls?

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. In less than 24 hours, polling stations across this fair Commonwealth will throw open their doors, all the better to accommodate the teeming legions of voters eager to exercise their franchise in tomorrow's primary...
  • The Morning Fix: More trouble at OWN! Netflix on rebound?

     
    More troubles at OWN. Netflix stock rises. Sundance's It Girl....
  • No Constant But Change: No Decision On #Redistricting Appeal; Primary Still Set For April 24 -- Until It Isn't.

     
    Right now, the only thing that’s certain about the once-a-decade redrawing of Pennsylvania’s 203 House and 50 state Senate seats is its uncertainty. As of Thursday, the state’s primary election date was still April 24. And, for now,...
  • Top House Democrat Wants To Move Ahead With Special Elections.

     
    The top Democrat in the state House said Thursday that he wants the chamber’s Republican speaker to schedule special elections for six vacant House seats – including one in the Lehigh Valley --- that have been on hold since the......
  • It'll Be A Lonely Primary For A Lot Of Lawmakers This Year.

     
    Good Afternoon, All. If there was any doubt, it looks like the vogue for reform has passed and the wave of anger from the 2006 cycle has officially subsided. We've just gone and checked the list of candidates from the......
  • Democrats, Including Lehigh County's Cunningham, Increase Pressure For Special Election.

     
    Pennsylvania Democrats ... ... are stepping up their pressure on House Speaker Sam Smith to call a special election to fill six vacant House seats, including one in the Lehigh Valley. On Friday, Philadelphia Mayor Mike Nutter, Lehigh County Executive........
  • House Set To Vote Tuesday On #VoterID Bill.

     
    The state House is expected to give final approval Tuesday to legislation requiring state residents to show photo identification every time they vote, clearing the way for the bill to head to Gov. Tom Corbett’s desk. As was the case......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Critics Set To Challenge Voter ID Bill.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're back after a fairly restful long weekend only to find state government as sleepy as a middle school in August. This probably befits the season, of course. The business of state must be put......
  • Official: Even with new Voter ID law, no one will be turned away at the polls.

     
    With the April 24 primary less than a week away, Pennsylvania’s top elections official sought to reassure voters Wednesday that a lack of photo identification won’t result in their being turned away at the polls. “No eligible...