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This article is part of a yearlong reporting project focused on redistricting and gerrymandering in Pennsylvania. It is made possible by the support of Spotlight PA members and Votebeat, a project focused on election integrity and voting access.

{span}While the map fulfills basic fairness criteria set by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Gov. Tom Wolf — who has final say over the map — r…

This week marks the anniversary of an unprecedented attack on democracy in the United States. January 6th of last year is the day a violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol to try to stop certification of the people’s vote for the highest office in the land. 

The first debate for the Pennsylvania gubernatorial election featured 13 Republicans largely in unanimity on questions posed Wednesday night about reversing population loss, pandemic management, energy sector investments and bolstering the labor force.


Months before attackers supporting then-President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol last Jan. 6, social media sites were flooded with angry postings claiming the presidential election had been rigged and calling for violence.