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The race to fill the open Senate seat in Pennsylvania could be an early test of the Democrats' new messaging strategy. It's already one of the most hotly-contested elections this year. Lisa Dejardins reports.
By Lisa Desjardins, Kyle Midura, Tess Conciatori
In a statement Saturday evening, Trump said his decision was “all about winning elections” as he formally backed the celebrity heart surgeon best known as the host of daytime TV’s “The Dr. Oz Show.”…
By Jill Colvin, Marc Levy, Associated Press
Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation currently consists of 13 Republicans and five Democrats, a split that reflects the old district lines, which the state supreme court ruled violated the state’s constitution.
By Jessica Yarvin
Of the five northeast states holding primaries on Tuesday, Pennsylvania is the biggest prize, with 71 national convention delegates at stake for Republicans and 210 for Democrats. Political reporter Jonathan Tamari from the Philadelphia Inquirer joins Megan Thompson with the…
By PBS NewsHour
Voters in Pennsylvania took to the polls Tuesday to have their say in the tight Democratic primary contest. In a new Big Picture report, a panel of Pittsburgh voters discusses how their real-life concerns are impacting their vote choices.
After weeks of heavy campaigning in Pennsylvania, Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama faced off in the Keystone state's Democratic primary Tuesday. Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh the candidates' chances going into and coming out of Pennsylvania.
Two Philadelphia congressmen explain how the delegate-rich Philadelphia suburbs may play a crucial role in determining the outcome of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, where polls show support is closely split between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama made a final push to court Pennsylvania voters Monday, a day before the state's primary contest. Two Pittsburgh city council members, who are split in their endorsements, discuss the city's political leanings.
Questions of character and recent controversies took center stage at Wednesday night's Democratic debate, where Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sought to prove their electability and appeal to Pennsylvania primary voters. Political reporters assess the state of the race…
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