‘What You Need to Know:’ election time again, this time with too few poll workers and COVID in Northampton County Prison By Jen Rehill and Brad Klein September 24, 2021 In our regular Friday feature, “What You Need to Know,” WLVR’s Brad Klein speaks with WLVR’s News Director, Jen Rehill, about the week’s top local […]
State House Republicans are pushing a new proposal that makes significant changes to the commonwealth’s election law.
Advocates are calling on state and federal lawmakers to act on a list of policy items as a follow-up to its voter engagement work last year.
The 2020 U.S. presidential election saw the highest voter turnout in over a century, but controversy has swirled about the way Americans voted whether that was in person or by mail.
As millions of Pennsylvanians are expected to take to the polls for in-person voting tomorrow, the state’s top health official is asking residents to take COVID precautions.