Some Fayette County voters found their ballots were rejected by the scanning machine on Tuesday because they were missing bar codes due to a printing error.
The director of Fayette County's election bureau said a higher number of candidates for school board seats could equal more votes cast in today's primary.
There are a litany of competitive municipal and magisterial district judge races on the ballot in today’s primary election in Washington and Greene counties, but most eyes will be on the open seats for a new judge in each county.
Voters in the May 18 primary election will be asked to consider three proposed amendments to Pennsylvania's constitution and one referendum.
Absentee and mail-in ballots will be sent out to voters in Fayette County early next week after a statewide referendum question that was recently added to the May 18 primary delayed the process.
Lt. Gov John Fetterman addressed students at California University of Pennsylvania Monday afternoon, urging them to get involved in the democratic process.
The Fayette County Election Bureau has released an unofficial list of candidates who have filed to run for local offices in the May 18 municipal primary election.
Jennifer L. Jeffries announced her bid for re-election to the office of magisterial district judge in South Union and Menallen townships.
While mail-in ballots and virtual campaign events gained popularity during last year’s presidential election in the midst of coronavirus pandemic, some integral parts of politicking still must be done in person.
Deb Apicella, Fayette County’s chief deputy treasurer of eight years, has announced her candidacy to succeed the late county treasurer Nancy Lee Wilson.
Former state lawmaker Rick Saccone, who posted on social media Wednesday that he was “storming the capitol” with a group of insurrectionists, now claims that he was unaware of the violence happening around him and that his language was “a figure of speech.”
More than two weeks after Election Day, the case of President Donald J. Trump against the state Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar remains a lawsuit in search of a legal theory.
President Donald J. Trump’s campaign lawyers alleged Wednesday that state Secretary Kathy Boockvar and others treated mail-in voters differently depending on where they live in Pennsylvania and who voters supported.
There has been an amendment in the litigation by Donald J. Trump for President Inc. against state Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar ahead of a hearing scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today in U.S. Middle District Court in Williamsport.
The 2020 presidential election was, to say the least, a contentious and polarizing contest, and it's created divisions among families and friends.
The vote canvassing in Western Pennsylvania is progressing without issues, political observers from parties said, despite the unfounded claims by President Donald Trump that his supporters are being barred from viewing the official count.
As a member of the House State Government Committee, Rep. Matthew Dowling, R-Uniontown, will be part of the bipartisan committee that is undertaking a comprehensive review of the process used for and legitimate questions about the integrity of the 2020 election.
Jaden Ellis went to the polls with her aunt Nov. 3 for the first time, eager to vote for Joe Biden, whose running mate later made history as the first woman to become vice president of the United States.
Four out of five poll workers at the Franklin West precinct have tested positive for COVID-19, but the Greene County Elections Office is declining to release information to voters, citing medical privacy laws.
Individuals across the country are invited to attend California University of Pennsylvania's premier election-season event – a timely analysis of election results by a panel of nationally recognized speakers, sponsored by the campus’s nonpartisan American Democracy Project.
Washington County’s canvassing board convened Friday morning to tabulate hundreds of overseas civilian and military ballots, while also starting to wade through nearly 2,000 provisional votes to see if they should count.
The majority of mail-in ballots for the general election have been counted in Fayette County as workers are currently going through provisional ballots.
The unofficial election results in Greene County may not be known until the end of the week as workers began processing nearly 4,400 mail-in ballots Wednesday morning.
Even with some mail-in ballots yet to be counted, three local state representatives have retained their seats, according to unofficial results posted by the Department of State.