Sarah Anne hails from the District of Columbia, where she served as managing editor of the alt-weekly Washington City Paper and editor-in-chief of DCist, a local site that covers news, food and culture. Before that, she blogged about national news and pop culture for The Washington Post.
She’s covered everything from pedestrian and transportation issues topolitics and, most notably, the District’s family homelessness crisis. Sarah Anne is a graduate of American University and was raised in Alexandria, Va., and Lancaster, Pa.
Get your Iron City and Monongahela rye ready.
It’s not the same ‘ol 38th that Democrat Jim Ferlo represented for more than a decade.
“The bottom line is that we will not survive if we don’t get our labor costs down substantially.”
Yes, voters get to choose a separate candidate for the position.
Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey has accepted tens of thousands of dollars from pro-gun groups. He’s not alone.
But you could have a lot more flexibility in the coming years if a package of voting reforms passes the Pa. General Assembly.
Much like national Democrats, Pennsylvania’s party leadership doesn’t appear to reject candidates opposed to abortion access.
Legislation should be introduced in both Pa. chambers soon.
State legislators, including Rep. Pam DeLissio and Sen. Daylin Leach, detailed how partisan gerrymandering is having a negative effect on governing.
What exactly that money was used for, though, continues to be unknown.