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We've got you covered, from US Senate and US Congress races to state House and state Senate races to the weird delegate thing to Attorney General.
Longtime political consultant Neil Oxman said state senate and state representative races are "about a committee person handing you a piece of paper."
It's long been said a politician can win PA if he or she wins Philly and its 'burbs. We did the math to see if that idea still holds up.
Please note: We don't actually think a sitting assemblyman is the equivalent of a guy arrested for tax fraud who's nicknamed after his abs. We're just having fun. Enjoy!
President, Senate, Congress, etc: Candidates and their super PACs have spent millions putting commercials up on Philadelphia's networks.
Can the decreases in crime since the late 1980s really be attributed to Clinton’s signature legislation? Here’s what we found.
Protestors interrupted the former president's speech Thursday in Mt. Airy.
The message from most union leaders was clear: We’d support Bernie Sanders if he’s nominated, but Clinton is the choice of the unions.
The Villanova Wildcats are about to march down Philadelphia’s Market Street in a victory parade, days after being named National Champions in a nail-biter of a game. But was that a come-from-behind win?