Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty is lucky to have a list of pluses on her side but her often over-rote campaign delivery isnt on that list.
The state attorney generals conviction this week continues a pattern of Pennsylvania top officials as fodder for the justice system.
A two-part series in The New York Times offers evidence that reports from major think tanks might be compromised by corporate donors. Sigh.
BOTH MAJOR-PARTY presidential candidates push change.
No surprise, since 70 percent of us see the country headed in the wrong direction.
If the basics of campaigns still matter in an unusual political year, Donald Trump faces dangers going forward.
The presidential race ratchets up now that both conventions are history, and Pennsylvania remains viewed as critical to victory.
Acceptance speeches are important but often sound the same. Can Hillary Clinton make hers somehow sound new?
Katie McGinty no doubt was hoping for positive attention and a campaign bounce coming out of her party's national convention right in her old hometown.
With Pennsylvania an election key and women voters key to the election, is there a way Trump/Pence wins the states female vote?
Few Pennsylvania GOP pols are full-throated supporters of Donald Trump, but one up and coming state Senators now on board, realizing hes lots like The Donald.
Opening of the GOP convention evokes thoughts fro the past and questions for the future.