Will the ‘blue shift’ change Pa. races for ‘row offices,’ attorney general, treasurer and auditor general?

In a state still too close to call, the Blue Shift could also tilt down-ballot races for state “row offices” — attorney general, treasurer and auditor general.

Will the ‘blue shift’ change Pa. races for ‘row offices,’ attorney general, treasurer and auditor general?

In a state still too close to call, the Blue Shift could also tilt down-ballot races for state “row offices” — attorney general, treasurer and auditor general.

Protesters, National Guard gather in Center City amid election demonstrations and release of bodycam footage of Walter Wallace Jr.'s killing by police

The afternoon saw hundreds peacefully gathering in Center City, moving from a “Count Every Vote” rally on Independence Mall to City Hall.

Protesters, National Guard gather in Center City amid election demonstrations and release of bodycam footage of Walter Wallace Jr.'s killing by police

The afternoon saw hundreds peacefully gathering in Center City, moving from a “Count Every Vote” rally on Independence Mall to City Hall.

City to release bodycam footage and 911 calls in police killing of Walter Wallace Jr.

The footage was expected to be released at 5:30 p.m. Demonstrators on city streets over presidential election results had already begun converging with calls for justice in Wallace's killing.

City to release bodycam footage and 911 calls in police killing of Walter Wallace Jr.

The footage was expected to be released at 5:30 p.m. Demonstrators on city streets over presidential election results had already begun converging with calls for justice in Wallace's killing.
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Philly schools won’t reopen to teachers Monday as planned

PFT president Jerry Jordan told Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. that he did not want the district’s prekindergarten through second grade students back in buildings because of a COVID-19 surge.

There’s no solid evidence of missing mail ballots, USPS court filing shows. Here’s what’s likely skewing the data

The Postal Service “swept" 220 mail facilities Tuesday, and only found 13 delayed ballots nationwide. They were immediately delivered.

Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick has won reelection in Pa. 1st District congressional race

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick was the only Republican to survive the Democratic blue wave in the Pennsylvania suburbs in 2018.

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The months-long political saga that guaranteed a long vote count in Pennsylvania

The delay was not inevitable, but instead the product of a contentious disagreement between state politicians.

The ‘blue shift’ is already moving vote margins in the Philly suburbs from Trump to Biden

For instance, preliminary results Tuesday night showed Trump leading in Chester County by about 2,000 votes, but an updated count Wednesday now has Biden up by about 17,000.

5-year-old girl is shot in her North Philly home

The girl was in stable condition after being taken to Temple University Hospital.

The Supreme Court left in place a Pa. ruling to allow mail ballots up to 3 days after Election Day

The justices divided 4-4, an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that allowed election officials to receive and count ballots until Nov. 6

Pa. is now pivotal for both candidates as Trump wins Florida; counties continue 24/7 counts, but full results may take days

Former vice president Joe Biden told supporters early Wednesday that he was "on track" to prevail and urged patience, while President Donald Trump falsely claimed he had already won.

Pa. woke up without a winner — and with the state as critical as ever to who wins

The country was left on edge Tuesday night as the most charged election in memory went deep into the night without quick resolution.

Pennsylvania is divided about everything but this: Please let this election be over

Months of waiting was met with more waiting as key states, including Pennsylvania, required more time to process a deluge of mail ballots.

Despite GOP threats, Election Day legal challenges in Pa. remain sparse, but court battles over mail ballots loom

Both sides said that Election Day appeared to have gone relatively smoothly in the Philadelphia region. But significant court fights over the counting of mail ballots could still be on the horizon.

Pa. voter turnout on possible historic track: ‘People ... came to get a job done’

First-time voters, lapsed voters, and extra-motivated voters were among those who helped swell turnout in Pennsylvania to what may prove to be the state’s highest numbers ever.

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Republicans seek to sideline Pa. mail ballots that voters were allowed to fix

Some counties notified voters of problem ballots, or informed political parties so they could do outreach. Others did nothing.

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