Voters in Manheim Township will decide whether Democrats will continue in power two years after gaining a majority on the board of commissioners, or if Republicans will be put back in control based on their promises to bring steady leadership back to the board.
Nine of Lancaster County’s 41 townships feature contests for the board of supervisors or, in the case of Manheim Township, the board of commissioners. That means there are more candidates on the ballot than seats available.
Nine of Lancaster County’s 16 public school districts have contested races, with more nominated candidates than seats available. Below are the candidates on each of those ballots. Candidates in a number of other districts are running unopposed, and write-in candidates may be challenging the …
Three Republicans and one independent candidate are running for Lancaster city council this year. Theirs are longshot bids in the county’s most populous municipality, where Democrats dominate the city’s elected offices thanks to an overwhelming voter registration margin.
Eight of Lancaster County’s 18 boroughs feature contested races for borough council, with more candidates than seats available. Here are the candidates in each of those races. All seats are for four-year terms. Many other candidates are running unopposed in the county’s other 10 boroughs, al…
At the beginning of the year, The Caucus and Spotlight PA filed public records requests with the state House and Senate for invoices, receipts, and other documents related to the private law firms lawmakers hired at taxpayer expense in 2019 and 2020.
Democratic candidates are contesting three open county row office positions on the ballot this year, the first time the party has competed for every open seat in two decades. The positions voters will fill are county controller, clerk of courts and recorder of deeds.
HARRISBURG — A host of politically connected law firms are pouring millions of dollars into the campaigns of Pennsylvania legislators, who in turn hire those firms for all types of legal matters on the taxpayer’s dime — and it happens with very little public scrutiny.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania legislature spent nearly $10 million during the past two years on private lawyers but routinely shielded the purpose of those expenses, hiding which lawmakers and their staff required representation — and why, according to a new investigation.
Behind the counter in the Lancaster County Board of Elections office, tucked away in two of dozens of identical filing cabinets, thousands of pages are stored showing who influences elections in Lancaster County.
Frustrated with the way current leaders are handling a large-scale duck farming proposal, a pair of write-in candidates will challenge two Colerain Township Supervisors in next month’s municipal election.