List of delegates.
But 54 Pennsylvania delegates are essentially free agents, who can vote for anyone they want during July’s nominating convention.
According to the state, the vote is 48,686 to 47,677. That puts Mr. Shuster ahead of Art Halvorson by less than 1 percentage point.
Voters delivered a big blow to Bernie Sanders and to Republican underdogs Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Of the 71 Republican delegates at stake last night, only 17 will have their allegiances determined by the winner of the popular vote.
Rep. Mark Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in Philadelphia.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took giant steps toward their respective nominations Tuesday.
Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills, easily defeated his challenger but Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Bedford, was in a close race with Art Halvorson.
A nasty budget dispute that lasted the better part of a year didn’t appear to hurt any incumbent local state House members on Tuesday.
Montgomery County commissioner Josh Shapiro took the lead late Tuesday over Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr.
The establishment candidate heavily outspent her opponents — former Congressman Joe Sestak, Braddock Mayor John Fetterman, and Joseph
Voters will be able to choose the candidates who will go on to run in the November general election, as well as convention delegates.
The state Supreme Court today upheld a Commonwealth Court decision that rejected the paper's argument that emails should be retained.
John Kasich closed his town hall event this evening with a populist tone.
Going into Tuesday primaries, conservatives are troubled by the issues, tone and choices.
The Pennsylvania primary could all but seal the former secretary of state’s grip on the Democratic nomination for president.
Here’s a quick breakdown of races heading into Tuesday’s primary election.
Medical marijuana will be legal in Pennsylvania, but even its advocates suspect that some municipalities may try to block the drug’s sales.
The legislation also provides for the state to borrow $2.5 billion to reimburse school districts for construction projects.
Zappala supporters denounced the commercial, calling it a ”desperate” act by the Josh Shapiro campaign.
Cheers and applause and Trump signs and camera phones rose up from the crowd as the finale arrived.
Spokesman for the embattled attorney general says Kathleen Kane had every right to exempt herself from her predecessor’s policy.
Lawmakers are seeking an Obamacare tweak aimed at keeping doctors from over-prescribing opioids.
“The total lack of substantiation of the transactions of the authority, that was bothersome,” District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said.
Republican candidate implores the crowd to distance itself from the Empire State and not “file into obedience.”
The former president traveled through Western Pennsylvania touting his wife’s credentials for the presidency on a wide range of issues.
The Democratic candidate will be making stops in Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh.
During a brief hearing, the attorney for the state attorney general did not provide a reason for the decision.
They say a campaign ad by candidate Josh Shapiro distorts facts on where he stands on issues of reproductive health for women.
“The 15104” is looking to keep John Fetterman competitive in Democratic race for U.S. Senate seat.
He assails Allegheny County DA Stephen A. Zappala Jr. for his role in a case in which a woman miscarried and kept the fetus.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday signed a law allowing tax-exempt savings accounts for people with disabilities and their families.
Cheers and applause filled the Capitol rotunda as Pennsylvania joined 23 other states with comprehensive public medical marijuana programs.
Challenger Art Halvorson seizes on incumbent Bill Shuster’s relationship with an airline industry lobbyist.
In another election year, Katie McGinty would probably be the Democratic frontrunner. Instead, she’s just being attacked like one.
Katie McGinty’s chief supporters include the national party, environmental activists, labor groups and EMILY’s List.
Both chambers of Legislature voted to distribute $200 million in education money using a formula adopted by a bipartisan commission.
Pennsylvania is poised to legalize medical marijuana, after the House on Wednesday sent legislation to Gov. Tom Wolf.
The president’s nominee also met with Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., who faces a potentially difficult re-election this fall.
The proposal, now in the Senate, would end deadlines to start criminal prosecution and allow victims to bring lawsuits until they turn 50.
The legislation could be sent to Gov. Tom Wolf today, and he has said he will sign it.
AARP-backed measure is designed to ensure hospitals give proper instruction to family members of patients coming home in Pennsylvania.
The chance for voters to decide whether judges can retire at 75, rather than 70, is being postponed to the November election.
Legislation to move state ban on abortions after 24 weeks up to 20 weeks will not be voted on this week.
The three Democrats and two Republicans running promise to restore integrity to the office — but the campaign has sometimes been ugly.
Polls show Sestak has a narrow lead.
Sen. Pat Toomey says confirmation should wait for next president's nominee.
GOP Rule 40(b) says a candidate “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight or more states.”
Wolf's executive orders expand protections against discrimination for state workers, contract employees
Executive orders ban state contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
A state hearing in Downtown Pittsburgh spotlighted ideas for taming the opioid epidemic, which kills more than 28,000 Americans a year.