Trump is crumbling at a rapid rate and now demanding that Pennsylvania voters do not vote for Joe Biden in November.
Democrats outnumber Republicans by nearly 1 million approved mail-in ballots as Trump's attack on voting by mail has backfired in Pennsylvania.
There are warning signs growing that Trump is in big trouble in Pennsylvania in 2020.
Trump first tried to falsely claim that Biden wasn't from Pennsylvania, then he claimed added that Biden deserted the state.
Trump is so terrified and afraid of Joe Biden winning Pennsylvania that he is overseeing his reelection campaign in the state.
A blue wave is about sweep through Pennsylvania, but the state's Republican Party is calling the polls fake and refusing to admit that Democrats are coming for them.
Republicans Pennsylvania House Speaker Michael Turzai and Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati said the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had “handicapped” Alito by “failing to provide a full opinion to accompany its order to redraw the state’s congressional map.”
Constituents reported being unable to even leave a message with Senator Toomey's offices for two weeks.
"Before the election, you people are like wild beasts, wild animals," Trump said of his supporters.
New polling shows that newly registered and voters who sat out the 2012 election are breaking strongly for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
Donald Trump admitted to an audience in Erie, PA that he needs to win Pennsylvania, or he will lose the presidential election.
Though it's become difficult to be shocked by anything Trump says, his harsh and disgusting attack on Clinton was still surprising.
Hillary Clinton has large leads over the field of GOP contenders in three key swing states.
On Friday, Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) held a news conference where he called on his colleagues to restore the gutted portions of the Voting Rights Act.
One student was told that failing to stand is disrespectful to members of the U.S. military; another was told the law required him to stand
Here we go again. During an interview with local Pennsylvania radio host Gary Sutton, Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) commented that House Republicans most likely have enough votes to impeach President Obama.
A PPP survey released today shows that Republican Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett is doomed in his bid for re-election.
The further we go along into the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and more people see what it offers them, the less likely the GOP is going to be able to do anything about the law and will have to accept it.
The latest attempt by the religious right to circumvent the Constitution involves claiming that prohibiting teachers from teaching the bible as science infringes on their academic freedom.