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Pa. Election 2022: Your Complete Guide to the Candidates for Governor

Pa. Election 2022: Your Complete Guide to the Candidates for Governor

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The 2022 election for Pennsylvania governor is coming soon, and Spotlight PA wants to make sure you are prepared to make your choice. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 12, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
Pa. Lawmakers Weigh Bill That Would Allow Independents to Vote on Primary Candidates

Pa. Lawmakers Weigh Bill That Would Allow Independents to Vote on Primary Candidates

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Former elected officials and government experts told a panel of state lawmakers that Pennsylvania’s primary system should be opened to voters who are not registered to a political party, arguing the status quo disenfranchises 1.3 million people. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 18, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
Pa. Lawmakers Are Set to Get Huge Raises Next Year. They Can Return Them, but Almost Nobody Does.

Pa. Lawmakers Are Set to Get Huge Raises Next Year. They Can Return Them, but Almost Nobody Does.

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Fiscal responsibility is an axiom in Harrisburg, but nearly none of Pennsylvania’s 253 state lawmakers seem to mind when their own salaries swell spending. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 18, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
Wolf Quietly Steers $40 Million to Pitt, Pa.’s Other State-Related Universities

Wolf Quietly Steers $40 Million to Pitt, Pa.’s Other State-Related Universities

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Gov. Tom Wolf plans to quietly give Pennsylvania’s four state-related universities including Penn State and Pitt a one-time $40 million boost using stimulus money that he has the sole power to direct. FULL ARTICLE
Kelly, Thompson Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help First Responders Access Penalty Free Retirement Funds

Kelly, Thompson Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help First Responders Access Penalty Free Retirement Funds

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Reps. Mike Kelly (PA-16) and Mike Thompson (CA-05) introduced the Protecting Public Safety Employees’ Timely Retirement Act of 2022 on Thursday, July 7–a bill to amend the federal tax code in order to allow first responders the ability to access their retirement funds penalty free upon reaching their eligible retirement age. FULL ARTICLE
by · July 12, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
‘Rally for America’ to Be Held in Brookville on July 2

‘Rally for America’ to Be Held in Brookville on July 2

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – A “Rally for America" will be held on Saturday, July 2, at Brookville’s Memorial Park. The featured speaker will be the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor Carrie Lewis DelRosso. FULL ARTICLE
by · June 23, 2022 · Events, Local News, News, Political
Dr. Oz, McCormick Senate Race Remains Too Close To Call

Dr. Oz, McCormick Senate Race Remains Too Close To Call

HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – The heated Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race between Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick remains too close to call. FULL ARTICLE
by · May 18, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
Fetterman Wins Democratic Nod in U.S. Senate Race

Fetterman Wins Democratic Nod in U.S. Senate Race

PITTSBURGH, Pa. (EYT) – John Fetterman is the winner of the Democratic nomination for an open U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania. FULL ARTICLE
by · May 18, 2022 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
Milosevich Announces Democratic Write-In for PA 15th Congressional District

Milosevich Announces Democratic Write-In for PA 15th Congressional District

LEWISBURG, Pa. (EYT) – Mike Milosevich, of Lewisburg in Union County, is a write-in Democratic candidate for the PA 15th Congressional District in the May 17 primary election. FULL ARTICLE
by · May 7, 2022 · Local News, News, Political
Pa. Election Day 2022: A Complete Guide To The May 17 Primary, Including How To Vote, Find Your Polling Place, Understand Mail-in Ballots, And More

Pa. Election Day 2022: A Complete Guide To The May 17 Primary, Including How To Vote, Find Your Polling Place, Understand Mail-in Ballots, And More

HARRISBURG, Pa. — More than a few things have changed since Pennsylvanians last went to the polls. Your congressional and legislative districts might be different, some counties are supervising or reducing drop boxes, and the mail-in voting law has been ruled unconstitutional — but, for now, it remains in effect and a valid form of voting. FULL ARTICLE