Despite coronavirus, Wisconsin is holding an election Tuesday. It could hold lessons for Pa. and N.J.

The statewide vote Tuesday is expected to provide a test of what works and what doesn't as voters try to cast ballots amid a deadly virus and social distancing.

Democrats are delaying the July 2020 Milwaukee convention for a month because of coronavirus

Philadelphia’s organizers looked back on the process of putting together a convention here and the logistical challenges of putting on a convention -- or relocating one -- in uncertain times.

Democrats are delaying the July 2020 Milwaukee convention for a month because of coronavirus

Philadelphia’s organizers looked back on the process of putting together a convention here and the logistical challenges of putting on a convention -- or relocating one -- in uncertain times.

Voting by mail is a safe option during coronavirus. Here’s what you need to know about absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Voting by mail is likely the safest way to cast a ballot during the coronavirus pandemic. Any registered voter in Pennsylvania or New Jersey can vote absentee. Here's what you need to know.

Voting by mail is a safe option during coronavirus. Here’s what you need to know about absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Voting by mail is likely the safest way to cast a ballot during the coronavirus pandemic. Any registered voter in Pennsylvania or New Jersey can vote absentee. Here's what you need to know.

Russian trolls politicized vaccines in 2016. Could coronavirus be next?

Researchers at Penn found that from 2015 to 2017 Russian trolls used Twitter commentary on vaccines to create believable personas and in the process spread misinformation to vulnerable populations. Now there's some fear a similar tactic could be used with coronavirus.

Russian trolls politicized vaccines in 2016. Could coronavirus be next?

Researchers at Penn found that from 2015 to 2017 Russian trolls used Twitter commentary on vaccines to create believable personas and in the process spread misinformation to vulnerable populations. Now there's some fear a similar tactic could be used with coronavirus.
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Trump has a coronavirus polling bounce. How meaningful is it?

Polling experts say even a small upward movement for President Trump's poll numbers is meaningful, but they add significant caveats.

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Dems can’t have the one thing they desperately need: A presidential do-over. Now what? | Will Bunch

With polls showing Dems lukewarm on Biden and some swooning over Cuomo, what can Dems do to prevent four more disastrous years of Trump?

N.Y. joins Pa. in delaying presidential primary; nurses rally to plead for masks

Gov. Andrew Cuomo postponed New York's presidential primary from April to June to keep people from gathering — even to vote — amid of the state's coronavirus outbreak, which also drew hundreds of nurses to protest a lack of protective equipment and supplies.

Pennsylvania just postponed its primary due to coronavirus. Here’s what it means for voters and 2020 campaigns.

Pennsylvania's lawmakers overwhelmingly agreed to move the primary for public health reasons. Here are some ways a five-week shift will impact candidates and voters.

No, a new lawsuit doesn’t say Pa. registered the dead to vote | PolitiFact

Two months before Pennsylvania voters cast their presidential primary ballots, one of the state’s most populous counties is facing a federal lawsuit over maintenance of its voter rolls.

With campaigns on hold and Trump at the forefront, how does Joe Biden stay relevant?

Instead of delivering victory speeches and sealing the Democratic nomination, Biden has been largely sidelined as President Donald Trump and high-profile governors become the faces of the coronavirus response.

Trump campaign threatens local TV stations in Pa. and other states over Democratic ad

Trump's reelection campaign is threatening legal action against local TV stations in Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin action if they don't pull a Democratic anti-Trump commercial the campaign says is false.

What the economic stimulus bill could mean for Pa. and N.J.

Lawmakers and aides were still scrambling to pin down exactly what was included against a backdrop of a spiraling national crisis that has killed hundreds and crippled the economy.

Pennsylvania House unanimously backs proposal to delay the 2020 primary due to the coronavirus

The legislation also allows a consolidation of primary polling places and makes other changes.

Coronavirus is challenging underdog campaigns in the Pennsylvania primary election

Amid uncertainty fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, grassroots candidates with limited budgets are trying to determine whether they need to stretch their resources beyond the scheduled April 28 primary date.

Pennsylvania governor, lawmakers in talks to postpone primary to June 2 because of coronavirus

The primary would move to June 2 from April 28 under the proposal being considered.

Bloomberg to give $18M to DNC; Pa. and other state parties to get offices

Mike Bloomberg is transferring $18 million from his presidential campaign to the Democratic National Committee in the largest single such transfer ever. His campaign will also transfer its offices in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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