FILE - Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale speaks during a Pennsylvania Democratic Party fundraiser on Nov. 1, 2019, in Philadelphia. DePasquale, Pennsylvania's former two-term auditor general, said Thursday, June 1, 2023, that he will run for state attorney general in the 2024 election. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Eugene DePasquale Announces Campaign for Pennsylvania Attorney General

Former Auditor General Eugene DePasquale is running for Pennsylvania Attorney General as a Democrat. He plans to focus on combating gun violence, seeking new approaches to non-violent drug offenses and protecting reproductive freedoms.

Front view of a yellow school bus parked in front of a hydro sub-station. (Getty Images)
New Electric School Buses to Reduce Pollution and Improve Safety in Pennsylvania

Ten school districts across Pennsylvania are in line to receive 88 electric school buses by the start of the 2024 school year, thanks to funding from President Biden’s infrastructure law. Aside from giving students a quieter and healthier ride to school, these buses can provide communities relief following natural disasters.

Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano speaks at an event at the state Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., on Friday, July 1, 2022 (AP Photo/Marc Levy)
Doug Mastriano Passes On Senate Run, Allowing Dave McCormick to Challenge Bob Casey

State Sen. Doug Mastriano decided that he will not run for US Senate after hyping a long-awaited announcement on Facebook live. This allows former hedge fund manager Dave McCormick to Challenge Sen. Bob Casey in 2024.

Rep. Jen O’Mara (D-Delaware) speaks in front of the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg on May 22, 2023. (Photo: Sean Kitchen)
Pennsylvania House Approves Universal Background Checks and ‘Red Flag’ Laws to Combat Gun Violence

The Pennsylvania House voted on three gun safety bills with mixed results Monday. Two bills pertaining to extreme risk protection orders and universal background checks passed the chamber while a bill combating straw purchases failed to pass.

Judge Carolyn Carluccio, the Republican nominee for the open Pennsylvania Supreme Court seat. (From campaign Facebook page.)
Republican Nominee for Pennsylvania Supreme Court Wiped Anti-Abortion Language From Website

Carolyn Carluccio, the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, removed a resume highlighting her anti-abortion stances from her campaign’s website. The since-deleted resume’s topline stated that she’d be a defender of “all life under the law”

Heather Boyd, center, Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania House of Representatives, greets supporters before voting at her polling place, Christ's Community Church, Tuesday, May 16, 2023, in Drexel Hill, Pa. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Primary Recap: PA Democrats Hold Onto House and Women Make History in Local Primaries

Pennsylvania Democrats hold onto the House majority and women in Philadelphia, Allegheny, and Montgomery Counties make history and shatter glass ceilings following the 2023 municipal primaries. 

Democrats Keep House Majority as Heather Boyd Wins Special Election

Heather Boyd won her Delaware County special election for the 163rd House District. Her victory allows Democrats to keep their  102-101 majority in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.