In debate, four GOP gubernatorial candidates push for less government, differ on reforms

In debate, four GOP gubernatorial candidates push for less government, differ on reforms

Answering rapid fire questions on property taxes, gerrymandering and marijuana, the four Republicans vying to challenge sitting Democratic Governor Tom Wolf mostly held back from swiping directly at each other Saturday night.

Held on Carnegie Mellon University’s campus in Pittsburgh, the debate showcased a uniform platform among all four candidates — that Pennsylvania’s government is inefficient, its taxes high, its budget bloated and its regulations burdensome.

Sunday, January 21, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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Senators join to show support for Lt. Gov. Stack in upcoming primary election

Senators join to show support for Lt. Gov. Stack in upcoming primary election

Members of the Senate Democratic caucus joined together in the Capitol Wednesday for a "Rally for Stack," and event meant to show their support for Pennsylvania's current Lt. Governor, Mike Stack, who will be running again in the 2018 election. 

Lt. Gov. Stack spoke at the rally about why he should be re-elected and what he has done for the Commonwealth.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017/Author: Kara Barmoy
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Department of State certifies Presidential election vote count

Department of State certifies Presidential election vote count

Just a week shy of when the Electoral College is scheduled to meet, the Pennsylvania Department of State announced Monday afternoon that it has certified the Commonwealth’s election results for US President.

 

The certification was delayed after former Green Party Presidential Nominee, Jill Stein, attempted to trigger a statewide recount in state and federal court, which ultimately failed after a ruling by a federal court in Pennsylvania Monday morning.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
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PA GOP files motion to dismiss Stein recount lawsuit

PA GOP files motion to dismiss Stein recount lawsuit

The Pennsylvania Republican Party, along with all Trump-Pence electors, President-elect Donald Trump, Vice-President-elect Mike Pence, and Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. filed a motion in Commonwealth Court Thursday to dismiss a lawsuit from former Green Party Presidential Nominee Jill Stein attempting to force a statewide recount of Pennsylvania’s Presidential and US Senate vote tally.

 

The motion to dismiss didn’t mince words, calling Stein "no more than a blip on the electoral radar" who "has now commandeered Pennsylvania's electoral process, with an eye toward doing the same to the Electoral College."

Friday, December 2, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views
Officials develop response to post-election “collective unrest”

Officials develop response to post-election “collective unrest”

Following what was called “collective unrest” Monday stemming from the November 8 General Election results, state and local official in Pennsylvania have started releasing plans to deal with alleged hate crimes.

Monday, November 21, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
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