A majority of likely Pennsylvania voters say President Trump does not deserve re-election, and rated his response to the coronavirus pandemic as “poor.” But a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg Coll poll shows Trump is buoyed in the key swing state by voters who say the economy is their top concern and who overwhelmingly perceive their personal economic situation as the same or better than when he took office.
President Donald Trump will visit Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, an area that has become a political bellwether in this crucial swing state. Find out where he is headed and why it could hold the key to his re-election chances.
Pennsylvanians are about to be bombarded with reminders to fill out their census form as the once-a-decade count gets underway. Here’s what you need to know.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is headed to Allentown and Bethlehem among other stops this weekend when his listening tour on legalizing marijuana for recreational use hits the Lehigh Valley.
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U.S. Rep. Susan Wild. D-Lehigh Valley, was told by a male lawmaker during debate on the House floor over a gender pay equity bill she co-sponsored that she didn't understand what the measure would do.
U.S. House Democrats outlined a package of bills Tuesday aimed at shoring up the Affordable Care Act. Susan Wild, D-Lehigh Valley, is among bill sponsors. The legislation was unveiled a day after the Trump administration told a federal court it wants the entire ACA, known as Obamacare, struck down.
Pennsylvania's congressional lawmakers weigh in on Mueller report, and the next steps in disclosing additional details of the two-year probe over Russian interference in the 2016 election.
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With Robert Mueller's report completed in the special counsel probe on Russian election interference, Pennsylvania's Democratic lawmakers - and Republican U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, a former FBI agent - are urging that it be fully disclosed to the public.
The U.S. Supreme Court will again take up the issue of partisan gerrymandering when it hears two cases Tuesday from North Carolina and Maryland. What effect could that ruling have as activists continue pushing to change how Pennsylvania draws its legislative boundaries?
Susan Wild talks Green New Deal, Trump investigations during a q-and-a event organized by NextGen Pennsylvania, a group that seeks to turn out young voters.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Susan Wild is hosting an open house on Thursday evening at her new district office in Allentown.
Democrat Beto O'Rourke, the latest entrant into the wide field of Democrats seeking next year's presidential nomination, stopped in State College on Tuesday during a drive between the early-primary states of Iowa and New Hampshire.
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