That also includes the auditor general and several state legislators
Currently, Brian Sims is the only General Assembly legislator who's out. That could soon change.
Young candidates are swarming state races on both sides of the aisle.
Voters will pick Planned Parenthood fave Tom Wolf or "100 percent pro-life" Scott Wagner.
So far, California, Illinois, and Rhode Island prohibit the legal tactic. Sen. Farnese thinks Pa. should be next.
Petition challenges can be pricey, but they usually cost less than a bruising primary.
Rep. Perry Warren of Bucks County plans to introduce his own background checks bill.
The ask follows the police shooting of Antwon Rose II in East Pittsburgh.
If General Assembly leadership can reach a compromise, the governor said, he'll call them back to Harrisburg.
Advocates want big-picture changes to the process. But time is running out before the next census.
State reps. Austin Davis, Ed Gainey, and Jake Wheatley are also calling for a bipartisan caucus on police violence.
The incumbent made that claim in a March 23 ad titled “Here they come.”
The program is about to enter Phase Two. Here’s what went right (and wrong) in Phase One.
He’s again looking beyond Braddock — this time to Harrisburg.
What exactly that money was used for, though, continues to be unknown.
Beaver Co. state rep. will continue to teach at Pitt after tweeting he would ‘not stop’ his car for protesters ‘with negative intentions’
As Democrats criticized Aaron Bernstine, a university spokesperson said Pitt "supports free speech and expression."