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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

Majority of Americans are worried about the state of democracy, new survey finds

The poll was conducted on the heels of a chaotic election cycle and the January 6th assault on the U.S. Capitol. Republicans are more likely than Democrats to think democracy is in crisis​, by 48 to 25 percent. In 2018, more Democrats than Republicans thought that.  

By Julia Agos

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Groups call for enactment of state and federal “moral agenda”

As a follow-up to its voter engagement work last year, advocates with the Poor People’s Campaign and other groups presented a list of policy items to lawmakers in 30 states including Pennsylvania.

By Alanna Elder

Pa. legislature will take up election law changes starting next week

Lessons from Pa.'s 6/2 primary lessons to inform changes for Nov.
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Prelude to a Pa. primary calamity?

By all accounts, Wisconsin's Tuesday election was a huge mess
By Emily Previti/PA Post

Ahead of 2020 primary and amid virus fears, organizers strategize around new mail-in voting law

As the coronavirus spreads, there may be unintended benefits of voting by mail.

By Lucy Perkins/WESA

What does it take to run an election?

30+ states require specific training for election officials; Pennsylvania doesn’t
By Emily Previti/PA Post