Emily Previti | PA Post

Emily Previti, Reporter & The Context Producer

Emily is a reporter and newsletter producer for statehouse accountability news organization PA Post. She was the senior reporter for statewide public media collaboration Keystone Crossroads. Previously, she covered city hall for PennLive/The Patriot-News (Harrisburg, Pa.), was a watchdog and city hall reporter at The Press of Atlantic City and reported for the Northwest Herald. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

Latest by Emily Previti

Pa. Democrats counter Trump campaign in court

Mail-in voting rules are focus of parties' lawsuits
By Emily Previti

Pa. Democrats file suit in state court to counter election rules case filed by Trump campaign

"There are many of us who represent diverse communities, … [who] understand that it is our duty to stand up, to protect the rights of Pennsylvanians to vote.”
By Emily Previti

Pa. legislature will take up election law changes starting next week

Lessons from Pa.'s 6/2 primary lessons to inform changes for Nov.
By Emily Previti

Updated: June 29, 2020 | 6:10 pm

Trump campaign sues Pennsylvania over mail-in voting and other election issues

Lancaster County Commissioner Ray D’Agostino says the changes sought by the lawsuit seem fair to him at first blush.
By Emily Previti

Pa.’s shaky protocol for notifying people of possible COVID-19 exposure at the polls

Philadelphia case highlights work remaining to be done ahead of the general election
By Emily Previti

A Philly poll watcher got coronavirus, but the city isn’t notifying voters

Few counties in Pennsylvania report having a plan in place to alert voters, election workers, others of possible COVID-19 exposure at the polls.
By Emily Previti and Katie Meyer/WHYY

Demonstrations for lives lost

By Emily Previti

Fifteen days after primary, some Pa. counties still finalizing election results

Tidal wave of mail-in ballots prompts calls for fixes ahead of Nov.
By Emily Previti

Counties: Begin work on election fixes now

Worries about Nov. even as primary votes still being counted
By Emily Previti