Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will go head to head tonight at Hofstra University in the first of three presidential debates.
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With immigration one of the central issues of this election season, congressional candidates are detailing their positions on immigration policy and reform.
Hillary Clinton continues to outwork and outperform Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, which remains an incredibly important state in the upcoming election.
Marty Molloy, Democratic candidate for the 9th senate district, calls for greater focus on public safety and the environmental impact of the Mariner East 2 pipeline. Parents and other residents of Middletown have expressed concern about the pipeline's safety.
As Donald Trump spoke about his child care policy in Aston on Tuesday, Democratic candidate for attorney general Josh Shapiro held a news conference criticizing Trump's business practices, while other local Democrats question Trump's fitness to be president.
Members of the House of Representatives Democratic Policy Committee held a meeting on Monday to hear testimony about the Keystone exams as a graduation requirement.
“As Delaware County Republican Party officials embrace Donald Trump in a private meeting, voters will see clearly that their local party and candidates support a presidential nominee who regularly expresses sexist views; is embraced by white supremacists, anti-Semites and xenophobes; and who holds a Russian dictator in higher esteem than the U.S. military, Gold Star families, and President Obama.”
Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren joined Democratic senate candidate Katie McGinty at a campaign event at the University of Pennsylvania on Friday, promoting McGinty and Hillary Clinton's agenda while tying Republican incumbent Pat Toomey to Donald Trump.
A poll by the House Democratic Campaign Committee shows that the Democrat is leading Republican Alex Charlton by 2 points.
Ahead of Trump's national security speech in Philadelphia, the Clinton campaign released a new ad highlighting some of Trump's comments about veterans.