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Wolf Sues GOP-led Legislature to Block Abortion, Voter ID Questions on PA Ballots

Wolf sues GOP-led legislature to block abortion, voter ID questions from reaching Pa. ballot box Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia...

How Pennsylvania keeps its voter rolls clean and updated

TOM GRALISH / PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER This article is made possible through Spotlight PA’s collaboration with Votebeat, a nonpartisan news organization covering local election administration and voting. This...

Pa. lawmakers agreed to a big election funding deal — with strings attached

by Stephen Caruso of Spotlight PA and Jonathan Lai of The Inquirer | July 8, 2022 Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in...

Special Interest Groups Are Spending Millions of Dollars to Influence PA Supreme Court Race

This article was written by Angela Couloumbis of Spotlight PA and Danielle Ohl of Spotlight PA HARRISBURG — Labor unions, lawyers, and a political committee...

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Special Election Set for January 31st

State Senator John Gordner, from the 27th district, resigned from his position on November 30th. To accept a position to counsel Kim Ward. Kim...

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Ecstatic Obama Crowd Marches on Campus and Town

Last night at approximately 11:30 p.m., Senator Barack Obama was declared the next president of the United States. He will be inaugurated, along side Senator Joe Biden as Vice President, on Tuesday, January 20th, 2009. When Obama reached the required 270 electoral votes for the win, hundreds of Bloomsburg students came teeming from dorms and gathered in front of Elwell. The crowd marched downtown and past the Democratic headquarters. They were dancing and cheering in the streets, ecstatic about Obama's victory. The crowd then traveled back to Carver Hall and gathered on the steps there, chanting and waving signs.