Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Capitol changes: Legislative races that could shift power in Harrisburg

City & State recaps key state House primaries

Decision 2024

Politics

Eugene DePasquale, Dave Sunday will battle for Attorney General in November

DePasquale, a Democrat, and Sunday, a Republican, lapped their respective fields on Tuesday to set up the general election battle.

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Malcolm Kenyatta wins Democratic primary for auditor general

The Philadelphia state Rep. is the first openly LGBTQ candidate nominated for a state row office

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Ryan Mackenzie wins Republican primary in 7th congressional district

The GOP nominee will go up against Democratic U.S. Rep. Susan Wild in November

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Five for Friday: What to watch for in Tuesday’s primary election

Several local and statewide races could indicate where voters are heading ahead of November

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Kennedy family members endorse President Joe Biden in Philadelphia

Biden stopped in Philly Thursday on the third leg of Pennsylvania trip

Technology

Policy

$204 million in federal broadband funding is on its way to Pennsylvania

The Broadband Development Authority announced Thursday the American Rescue Plan dollars will fund 53 broadband projects in 42 counties

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Primary Preview: 7th Congressional Primary

Three Republicans are battling for the chance to go up against incumbent U.S. Rep. Susan Wild

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Unpacking the Democratic primary for Pennsylvania auditor general

Democrats Malcolm Kenyatta and Mark Pinsley have exchanged barbs as they eye a chance to go up against GOP incumbent Tim DeFoor in the fall.

Campaigns & Elections

Updated Politics

AG Days: Who’s running for Pennsylvania attorney general?

City & State’s up-to-the-minute guide to who’s running for AG – and who’s endorsing each candidate

Cherelle Parker

Policy

Five things you may have missed from Cherelle Parker’s 100th-day announcements

The Parker administration began to offer some details on plans to address crime and gun violence

Philadelphia

Politics

Cherelle Parker details public safety plans on 100th day in office

Parker held a press conference in Kensington Thursday to highlight the administration’s priorities

Philadelphia

Politics

Five for Friday: A look at Philadelphia’s busy week

City & State breaks down Philly news from the first week of April

Campaigns & Elections

Politics

Philadelphia officials open first of 10 new election offices in Philadelphia

All new election offices are set to be operational by the November election

Philadelphia

Policy

Gov. Shapiro touts $50M proposal for home repairs program in Philadelphia

Lawmakers said demand for the Whole-Homes Repair Program far outweighs current funding

Criminal Justice

Policy

Philadelphia is No. 2 in exonerations nationwide

The city accounted for nearly 10% of U.S. exonerations in 2023

Capitol Beat

Policy

Five for Friday: Harrisburg storylines you may have missed

City & State breaks down five moves that shaped policy discussion this week