Much of the information being sought by Senate Republicans through subpoenas issued to the Department of State is already available as public records that are routinely used by political campaigns to target voters.
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People who have been concerned about privacy and individual freedoms regarding masking and COVID vaccines should be very concerned about the latest moves by lawmakers in Harrisburg regarding voting.
A small number of refugees from Afghanistan, fleeing the country as the United States has ended its military presence there, have already been re-settled in Pennsylvania.
Even with lower voter turnout in-person and by mail, state election officials and reform advocates are warning full results may not be availab…
State Government Committee Chairman Seth Grove, R-York, has been holding hearings in the Legislature since November, focusing on the general e…
HARRISBURG — Lawmakers, irked at the Department of State’s bungling of one proposed Constitutional amendment and angry that they feel the department crafted a skewed ballot question for another, are now moving to take over the tasks associated with publicizing proposed changes to the state Constitution.