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Updated: 2022-08-23 16:00:05

Pa. Republican state lawmaker says a key 2020 election fraud claim was “not factual”

The claim remains a component of former President Donald Trump’s suite of false election fraud talking points.
By Sam Dunklau

Pa. counties want to count mail-in ballots early. State lawmakers have yet to agree.

County election workers say they should have more time to open and sort mail-in ballots, but lawmakers have so far failed to approve such a change.
By Sam Dunklau

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The public is weighing in on Pa.’s redistricting ideas. So far, they don’t like what they see.

Even lawmakers admit the final versions must look significantly different than they do now before they can be used as the platform for future elections.

By Sam Dunklau

First Pa. Congressional map drafts give the GOP a slight edge in future elections

Negotiations and changes to either of the two ideas will likely happen before a final map lands on Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk for approval.

By Sam Dunklau and Katie Meyer/WHYY

The Pa. House could vote on broad election law changes as soon as next month

House Republicans have hoped to enact the measure that would touch everything from voter ID to deadlines for nearly a year.

By Sam Dunklau

Measure banning private grants for election ops clears key Pa. House committee

Under the bill, the Department of State would be banned from accepting any private donations to pay for election operations.

By Sam Dunklau

F&M poll shows a majority of conservative Pennsylvanians view 1/6 attack negatively

State and congressional Republicans have all but avoided talking about the attack, and Franklin and Marshall College poll results offer some insight on that.

By Sam Dunklau

Pa. House GOP commits to public meetings, vows ‘most transparent’ congressional redistricting process ever

Rep. Seth Grove (R., York) said his committee will hold at least eight public meetings across the state and accept suggestions for the map through a new website.

By Sarah Anne Hughes/Spotlight PA

Latest F&M poll shows Wolf job rating drop, broad support for controversial voting law changes

Wolf’s job rating dropped 13 percentage points from about a year ago, while most respondents favor tougher voter ID and ballot signature requirements despite partisan tension over the issues.

By Sam Dunklau