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Jill Stein sues to reopen election security case in Pennsylvania

Issues flagged by election security experts when the settlement was reached a year ago figure prominently in the filing to reopen the case.
By Emily Previti

Last-minute bill amendment addresses scanner, privacy issues at the polls

Republican Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill's amendment responds to problems during the general election Nov. 5 in York County, which she represents, but would have statewide benefits.
By Emily Previti

With straight-party voting gone in Pa., who will miss it most?

It was an option that hundreds of thousands of voters exercised for the last time in last week’s election.
By Jan Murphy/PennLive

Episode 51: Election outcomes

There was an election last Tuesday, and though there weren’t many big, statewide contests it was still a pretty active night.

By Katie Meyer

Is David Oh the future of Philadelphia’s Republican Party?

“I’m an independent-minded Republican. I’m not tied to the traditional Republican establishment,” he said.

By Jake Blumgart/WHYY

Supporters of arming teachers in classrooms claim victory in Schuylkill County in board election

"I still stand by, the only thing that’s going to stop a gun is a gun.”
By Jen Kinney/Keystone Crossroads

Episode 49: Elections, abortions, booze and more

The House and Senate were both in session last week, resulting in a number of notable developments.
By Katie Meyer