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Pennsylvania’s pandemic presidential election is here. Is the state ready?

Wolf responds to Trump hours before Election Day: ‘Pennsylvanians will not be intimidated’

Pa. Secretary of State: Election will not be called by Tuesday

These Pa. counties won’t start counting mail ballots until Wednesday, possibly skewing early results

Pa. voters who plan to turn over mail ballots and vote in-person add to concerns about Election Day waits

Pa. Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar had a big job overseeing election reform in Pa. Then COVID hit

York County triples election workers, plans to scan all ballots on Election Day

Montgomery County officials prepared to count ballots

A new wave of Pa. poll workers will face a major test Tuesday

On Election Day, here are some Pa. counties worth watching

Are you ready? Last-minute Election Day reminders

Election officials brace for large turnout, flood of mail-in ballots

Polls open to long lines of voters in some precincts in NEPA

Nearly 62% of Luzerne County registered voters are 45 and up

Safety measures in place at Westmoreland polls

A pandemic, massive mail-ins, a divided nation, this is an election like no other

Covid infection doesn’t halt Westmoreland County’s Election Day preparations

Pa. voter registration database offers breakdown of Berks County voters

More than 2.4 million Pennsylvania mail-in ballots returned by Monday morning

Pennsylvanians spike search volume for emergency absentee ballots. Here’s what to know about them.

Large Delaware County turnout predicted for Election Day

The results are in: New Hampshire towns cast traditional first votes just after midnight; Election 2020 officially underway

LIVE COVERAGE: Election Day 2020 in Pennsylvania

Live Updates: Election Day in the Lehigh Valley

Biden to visit Scranton on Election Day

Biden makes last pitch for ‘soul of America’ during campaign events in Pittsburgh area

On eve of election, Joe Biden delivers pro-labor message in Western Pa.

Pa. ends the 2020 campaign at the center of the action as Trump raises specter of ‘violence in the streets’

It’s here: Today is Election Day and polls open at 7 a.m.

The USPS is putting all resources toward delivering ballots. But the rest of the mail is piling up.

Judge rejects GOP effort to throw out 127,000 drive-thru votes in Texas

How Facebook, Twitter plan to handle Election Day disinformation

Election Day: Let’s be civil out there

A fracking ban isn’t ‘political suicide’ in Pennsylvania | Opinion

With all eyes on Pa. on Election Day, just think what’s possible! | John Baer

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Many covid positive Pennsylvanians ignoring contact tracing questions

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: 2,060 cases added on Monday; Lehigh County now has ‘substantial’ virus transmission

Rising percentages of people testing positive in Philly, Pa., and N.J., but amid COVID-19 surge, ‘it is safe to vote’ in person

Pennsylvania reports nearly 4,000 new covid cases over past 2 days

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County tops 16,000 cases and 264 new infections in past 2 days

Allegheny County adds 264 covid cases over past 2 days, no new deaths

50 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported in county

State’s daily COVID-19 spikes are highest since pandemic’s beginning; 101 new cases in NEPA

Coronavirus cases fall slightly in Berks County but longer-term trends are still on the rise

Montgomery County and neighbors record increases in coronavirus positivity rates

Election board chairman is symptomatic after COVID exposure


Two mall owners, including owner of Monroeville and Westmoreland malls, file for bankruptcy

‘A long way to go’: Hotels devastated by COVID-19 struggle to regain their footing

West Chester’s business district is fighting COVID hard, but winter is a looming threat


Peters investigates controversial band outfits at football game with Woodland Hills

Peters Township school district investigating allegations of ‘blackface’ by band before football game

Reports of new COVID case spur North Hills High to transition to online-only learning

North Hills teacher tests positive for covid-19, 5th active case at the high school

New COVID-19 case prompts weeklong shutdown at Mars Area High School

Saucon Valley High School closed for two weeks after five COVID-19 cases reported

New Kensington-Arnold elementary student tests positive for coronavirus

Scranton students to remain at home for now

California University of Pennsylvania to offer some classes in person this spring

Local News

Popular Jessup playground to receive much-needed overhaul next year

Fire union president: Scranton violated contract when selecting benefits consultant

Luzerne County Head Start to open 2 Wyoming County classrooms


A Philly fight over faith and foster parents heads to the Supreme Court, pitting religious freedom against LGBTQ rights

Let’s show Trump that good things happen in Philadelphia by voting him out | Jenice Armstrong

Please be patient on Election Day, Philadelphia | Opinion

City Tavern, the colonial-theme restaurant in Old City, has closed

I was a police chief. Here’s one way I would reform police in Philly and beyond. | Opinion

Philadelphia officials boost police staffing, resources for Election Day


Allegheny County Councilwoman Hallam says she won’t resign over ‘riot against fascism’ tweet

Allegheny County Councilwoman Bethany Hallam ripped over controversial retweet

Despite efforts for change, disparities between city’s Black and white students in key categories

Cuts, furloughs likely in Pittsburgh’s ‘toughest’ budget season since 2003

Money transfers may offer needed push for stalled Brookline, Lawrenceville urban farm projects

Voters to decide if Pittsburgh’s police review board’s powers should be expanded

Joe Biden has strong, emotional ties to Rooney family

ALCOSAN awards $15 million in GROW funding

So far, 81% of Allegheny County mail-in ballots have been returned. Here’s how to get the rest in

State News

FirstEnergy to spinoff West Penn Power transmission business; allows for faster rate hikes