Today is the Pennsylvania Primary Election – Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
Primary elections are critical, as each party (Democrat or Republican) selects who will best represent their constituency in the November election.
You may still vote in person. However, some polling … Read more
By: Jeremy Samek
In Pittsburgh, authorities suggest that keeping a distance of 6 feet from others should help keep one safe from COVID-19, a highly contagious disease. However, the city requires no less than two and a half times that … Read more
On June 2, thousands of Pennsylvanians will cast their ballots in the Primary election. Make sure you’re one of them—register to vote by Monday, May 18th. You can do so online, and typically it takes less than ten minutes.… Read more
Question: Governor Tom Wolf has vetoed several good pieces of pro-life legislation, such as … Read more