Stories tagged: "PA Senate District 11"

FILE- In this file photo from Nov. 19, 2019, a man is silhouetted in the shade as he walks by the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Now More Than Ever in Pennsylvania, State Legislative Races Matter

With all 203 of the state’s House seats and half of the Senate seats up for re-election in November, voters can play a big part in determining what democracy will look like in the commonwealth.

State Sen. Art Haywood (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) and activists march to demand a higher minimum wage on July 12, 2019. (Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus/James Robinson)
Here’s Where Candidates in Crucial State Senate Races Stand on Raising the Minimum Wage

Several Democratic candidates said they are committed to fighting for a $15 minimum wage.

Pedestrians in protective masks walk past a closed business in Philadelphia, on March 20, 2020. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf directed all "non-life-sustaining" businesses to close their physical locations in March, and he has allowed them to reopen slowly. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Candidates in 11 State Senate Races on What They Would Do to Help the Economy Recover

Republicans are looking to reopen businesses quickly, while Democrats look to longer-term solutions.

Chet Harhut, deputy manager, of the Allegheny County Division of Elections, wheels a dolly loaded with mail-in ballots, at the division of elections offices in downtown Pittsburgh Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The once-delayed Jun 2 Pennsylvania primary was a first run for some new paper-record voting systems and the inaugural use of newly legalized mail-in ballots. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
We Asked Candidates in 14 State Senate Races About How They Would Change Pa.’s Voting Laws

The state Senate is currently considering House Bill 2626, which would move up the deadline to apply for mail-in ballots and eliminate drop boxes.