Trump attacks DA Larry Krasner in Hershey: 'Get yourself a new prosecutor'

President Donald Trump used a campaign visit to Pennsylvania on Tuesday to dismiss and mock the articles of impeachment Democrats unveiled hours earlier, predicting impeachment will backfire on his political opponents.

Trump attacks DA Larry Krasner in Hershey: 'Get yourself a new prosecutor'

President Donald Trump used a campaign visit to Pennsylvania on Tuesday to dismiss and mock the articles of impeachment Democrats unveiled hours earlier, predicting impeachment will backfire on his political opponents.

Pictures: President Trump campaigns in Hershey

President Trump and Vice President Pence campaign Inside the swing county of swing-state Pennsylvania, appearing together at a rally at the Giant Center in Hershey, Dec. 10, 2019.

Pictures: President Trump campaigns in Hershey

President Trump and Vice President Pence campaign Inside the swing county of swing-state Pennsylvania, appearing together at a rally at the Giant Center in Hershey, Dec. 10, 2019.

Trump backers in Hershey scoff at impeachment charges

Hours after articles of impeachment were announced against President Trump charging him with abuse of power and obstruction, supporters gathering to see him in Hershey called the process a witch hunt.

Trump backers in Hershey scoff at impeachment charges

Hours after articles of impeachment were announced against President Trump charging him with abuse of power and obstruction, supporters gathering to see him in Hershey called the process a witch hunt.
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Inside the swing county of swing-state Pennsylvania where Trump is holding a 2020 rally

President Donald Trump is holding a 2020 campaign rally in Hershey on Tuesday, in Dauphin County. The county is a picture of the political divergence between metropolitan and rural areas that could define the presidential race in Pennsylvania.

Everyone’s talking about Pennsylvania’s big 2022 elections. Just don’t ask the candidates.

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Cory Booker probably won’t qualify for the next presidential debate. But he says he’s not quitting.

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John Kerry hails Joe Biden’s experience as former VP tries to rally in Iowa

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State Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, charged with $500k theft, hands in resignation

The West Philadelphia Democrat's resignation, effective Dec. 13, means a special election to fill her seat could be held as soon as February.

Pa. legislator from West Philly expects to be charged with crimes, sources say

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The encouraging 2020 sign for Democrats buried in Philly’s election results

Almost half of the Philadelphia voters who cast general election ballots this year did not vote in the same election cycle four years earlier, suggesting an energized Democratic electorate that could prove critical to the party’s hopes of beating President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania in 2020.

Former Philadelphia judge Lisa Rau won’t run against Attorney General Josh Shapiro in 2020

Despite rumors that she would take a page out of the book of her husband, former criminal defense attorney and current DA Larry Krasner, Rau won't challenge Attorney General Josh Shapiro for the state's top prosecutor's office, but instead is starting a company specializing in civil mediation.

How Pennsylvania could improve voting and elections, according to advocates and experts

Pennsylvania is implementing the biggest changes to its electoral system in decades. But when it comes to ballot access, those reforms will only move the state from the back of the U.S. pack to the middle.

Why the Obama legacy is complicated for Joe Biden in 2020

Joe Biden invokes his service as former President Barack Obama's No. 2 early and often. But running largely on someone else’s legacy can be fraught with complications. And ahead of the 2020 election, Biden has learned that better than anyone.

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