Republicans should be well-positioned to compete for Pennsylvania gubernatorial race, but candidate quality will matter.
With the Democratic candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania all but decided, Republicans appear headed towards a contentious primary.
Democrats prevailed in a special election, Republicans succeeded in passing two referendums, and progressives unseated two mayors.
Pennsylvania Republicans have struggled to find quality gubernatorial recruits against presumptive Democratic nominee Josh Shapiro.
Progressive State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta’s Senate run typifies the east/west divide that has been reshaping Pennsylvania politics.
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman is seen as a crowd-clearer by some, but the state’s changing geography could end his chances.
Pennsylvania is a swing state, and the State House race is no exception. Democrats hope to reclaim the chamber through a suburban wave.
The Map Room heads to the swing state of Pennsylvania, a politically competitive state that shocked many by flipping to the GOP in 2016.
The three Pennsylvania row offices are all up for election in 2020, and all of them are currently held by Democrats.
Most think of PA-01 as the most competitive district in Pennsylvania, but in 2020 it just might be PA-10, pitting Scott Perry (R) vs. Eugene DePasquale (D).