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All politics is national — Pa. voters driven to engage with local races amid larger polarization

Voters say political lines drawn during the COVID-19 pandemic, protests for racial justice and presidential campaigns have seeped into contests for school board, judicial positions and other seats.

By Alanna Elder, Laura Benshoff/WHYY and Katie Meyer/WHYY

This political power couple wants Latino candidates to win. Can they make it happen in Allentown?

One couple has played a hand in getting Latinos into prominent positions in Berks County. They are working to export their success into other areas with large Latino communities.

By Anthony Orozco

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Voters to decide how the state will respond to future emergencies

The decision of how the state responds to emergencies rests with the voters on May 18

By Merideth Bucher and Staff

Candidates for Harrisburg’s mayor share competing plans for economy, policing

Four of the past five Harrisburg mayors have been Democrats, and members of that party have just two weeks to choose between five candidates for mayor. One candidate is running unopposed on the Republican side.

By Alanna Elder