As redistricting approaches again, Pennsylvania legislators will again deal with a divided government and potentially another court-drawn map.
Author: Joe Szymanski
Especially with young people, Democrats have an issue with focusing hard on a candidate‘s personality and becoming attached to that rather than focusing on political issues that the candidate has.
Democrats run their primary system, it seems like we are heading to our first true contested convention since the mess known as Chicago ’68.
Change is officially coming to Pennsylvania’s state house. Mike Turzai, the current Speaker of the House, officially announced his retirement this Thursday, meaning that there will be someone new in the speaker’s chair come 2021.
Let’s take a look towards the future and analyze the 2022 Senate races just for fun. Like all things, something could change with these races depending on what the national mood is like in 2022, but for now, at face value, this is how I rate the seats up for election.
The House of Representatives, the less formal house of Congress, always seems to have races that people decide to not care about for no reason other than they are not located in a suburb of a major city. While Pennsylvania’s 1st district is getting more attention, more people should be paying attention to Pennsylvania’s 10th as the one most likely to flip in this swing state. The District The 10th district was among the many districts that were redrawn for 2018 in Pennsylvania that became more Democratic than they were previously. The last 10th district voted for Trump by 21…
For the longest time Central Pennsylvania, and Lancaster County especially has been one of the most politically inelastic areas in the nation and has been considered a bedrock of Pennsylvania conservatism. That wisdom is beginning to change though, and Democrats have begun to feel that they might have their best ever chance in the county.