Tom Wolf made Pennsylvania political history yesterday. Now he faces Pennsylvania political reality.
If you're voting, you're already using your voice. So while you're at it, this would be a great time to use your voice on others.
John Baer: The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor is talking about holding two elective offices, the way they do in France.
A new national study of placement of political ads on cable TV shows trends in partisan preferences and offers a glimpse of future TV campaigns.
Harrisburg has never been known as a seat of sanity, but lately it's acting as if under the influence of odd cosmic forces.
It's another judicial joust on the state Supreme Court, a court that's no stranger to controversy and turmoil.
Politics, irony make Pa.'s scandal border on the world of fiction.
John Baer: As the race for governor centers on education spending, tax policy and more, questions should be asked.
John Baer: In the latest state scandal, the governor, the chief justice and the attorney general are all fired up about, well, porn.
John Baer: In the first of three guv debates, the underdog punched, the frontrunner jabbed and both ducked key questions.
Turnout in governor's races is historically low. And there are signs that history's about to repeat itself.
John Baer: You know it's election time in Pennsylvania when lawmakers take up gun measures and raise money with shooting events.
As Gov. Corbett seeks to close a polling gap with Tom Wolf, Corbett himself helps explain why that gap exists.
Two odd stories involving politics and porn bump up against the campaigns for governor.
As more women run for office in the Keystone State there's evidence, however slight, that more women can win office.
Failure of legislative leaders to mandate accountability for expenses makes for a system where abuse is easy and institutional.