Katie Meyer, Former State Capitol Bureau Chief & Host of PA Post's State of the State

Katie Meyer
Katie Meyer was WITF’s Capitol Bureau Chief from 2016-2020. While at WITF, she covered all things state politics for public radio stations throughout Pennsylvania. Katie came to Harrisburg by way of New York City, where she worked at Fordham University’s public radio station, WFUV, as an anchor, general assignment reporter, and co-host of an original podcast. A 2016 graduate of Fordham, she earned several awards for her work at WFUV, including four 2016 Gracies.

Katie is a native New Yorker, though she originally hails from Troy, a little farther up the Hudson River. She can attest that the bagels are still pretty good there.

WITF's Capitol Bureau Chief Desk is partially funded through generous gifts made in the memory of Tony May through the Anthony J. May Memorial Fund.

For more information about Tony May, click here.

Latest by Katie Meyer


Will Pa. lawmakers live up to their redistricting transparency promises? Doubt is creeping in

Last week, a month after lawmakers introduced the tool, not a single constituent map was shown on the website.

By Katie Meyer

For Josh Shapiro, the only Dem candidate for Pa. governor, it’s all going according to plan

Shapiro’s lofty political ambitions have been well-known and discussed throughout his nearly two decades in Pa. politics.

By Katie Meyer

‘If not for Donald Trump’: Pa. Congresswoman Madeleine Dean links riot to ‘actions of a desperate president’

Impeachment manager Madeleine Dean (PA-04) presented for the first time Wednesday to present a laundry list of actions Trump took in the days leading up to and following the election, and ahead of the violence at the Capitol.

By Katie Meyer

As legal challenges fizzle, Pa. GOP reaffirms it will not seek to override popular vote

The GOP has also continued to dispute a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing mail ballots three additional days to arrive.
By Ryan Briggs/WHYY and Katie Meyer

Accidental email told Montgomery County voters their ballots were in the mail when they weren’t

Montgomery County officials, who have borne the brunt of these voters’ confused calls, say they are worried it’s damaging trust in an already-contentious election.

By Katie Meyer

Rudy Giuliani rallies Italians for Trump in cramped Philadelphia conference room

A last-minute venue change left several dozen supporters of the president — and of Rudy Giuliani — packed into a small conference room in the Trump campaign’s Northeast Philly campaign office.

By Katie Meyer

Here’s how Democrats could flip the Pennsylvania legislature

Just nine Republican seats in the House and four in the Senate would have to flip to blue in order for power in Harrisburg to change hands.

By Katie Meyer
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