The Supreme Court has denied a final challenge brought by Donald Trump to the Pennsylvania 2020 election process.
President Donald Trump plans to visit Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for a hearing by the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee that will examine “election impropriety,” according to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The state of Pennsylvania has certified President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of its election, driving a further wedge into President Donald Trump’s legal efforts to overturn the election results.
Earlier this morning, President Donald Trump complained about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court‘s 5-2 decision to toss out his campaign’s lawsuit alleging that officials in Philadelphia did not allow Republican observers into counting rooms.
President Donald Trump‘s attorney Rudy Giuliani has filed for court permission to appear for the Trump campaign in its lawsuit to block certification of President-elect Joe Biden‘s win in the state of Pennsylvania. Giuliani filed the application hours before a hearing on Pennsylvania’s motion to dismiss the suit is set to start. It’s unclear if Giuliani will actually argue before U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann, an appointee of President Barack Obama.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge (R-PA) said there is “absolutely no reason to be anything but confident… Regardless of what the President might say, and I’d say his remark was even to some extent unAmerican because he tried to disenfranchise millions of voters.”
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D) says he’ll do “everything in my power” to ensure his state has an election that is free and fair.
“I will do everything within my power to ensure that the results are fair and that every vote is counted. Pennsylvania will have a fair election,” he said.
When historians look back on Donald Trump’s presidency, they are not likely to look back kindly. There have been few signatures accomplishments, other than a tax cut for the very wealthy. And, of course, more than 225,000 people have died from an illness he did little to combat.
Joe Biden’s campaign for the presidency is going quite well. He is running well ahead of Hillary Clinton in most states and has an average lead over Donald Trump of around 10 percentage points.
On Wednesday afternoon, Biden unleashed his secret weapon, former President Barack Obama. Obama held a drive-in rally in Philadelphia aimed at reaching out to black male voters.
If Donald Trump is going to hold onto the White House in 2020, there are a few states that he can’t afford to lose. While he captured Wisconsin and Michigan in 2016, polls show Joe Biden with a controlling lead in both states.
The coronavirus pandemic is at the top of Pennsylvania voters’ concerns this election, according to the latest CBS News Battleground Tracker, which found Democrat Joe Biden enjoys a seven-point lead over President Donald Trump (51 percent to 44 percent).
Pennsylvania will be one of, if not the most important state when it comes to 2020’s election. If Joe Biden is able to win the state, it will be very difficult for Donald Trump to find a pathway to victory.
A new Fox News poll found that Biden leads Trump 51%-44% in Pennsylvania and 8% of Trump’s supporters have flipped to Biden.
Likely voters in Pennsylvania favor Biden over Trump, 51-44 percent.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court responded to Trump's mail sabotage by extending the deadline for ballots to be received to 5 p.m. the Friday after Election Day.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has sent letters to the Democratic governors of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan to ascertain whether states violated federal law by ordering nursing homes to accept recovering COVID-19 patients from hospitals, an action that critics say spread the novel coronavirus and possibly contributed to the death toll. DOJ prosecutors say these orders “may have resulted in the deaths of thousands of elderly nursing home residents.”
Joe Biden’s hometown is overwhelmingly proud of him but the same is not the case with Donald Trump’s native Queens. A new poll shows the contrast between the candidate’s birthplaces.
The former Vice President was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania and lived there until he was 10-years-old and President Trumps’ campaign has tried to suggest he abandoned his birthplace.
Donald Trump will deliver a speech near Joe Biden’s childhood hometown just hours before the former Vice President is set to give his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention.
The President will speak near Scranton, Pennsylvania on Thursday. Biden lived in Scranton as a child and has often spoken about it. Trump will give a speech in a nearby town, Old Forge.
The Trump campaign held a training session for campaign volunteers in Pennsylvania that only had two people sign up, and they both canceled.
According to the CBS News Battleground Tracker, Democrat Joe Biden is leading in two valuable battleground states: Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two states President Donald Trump won handily in 2016. Coronavirus concerns have contributed to Biden’s rise.
Trump is crumbling at a rapid rate and now demanding that Pennsylvania voters do not vote for Joe Biden in November.