Voters in the May 18 primary election will be asked to consider three proposed amendments to Pennsylvania's constitution and one referendum.
A former Washington police detective, Dan Stanek, has announced he’s running for Magisterial District Judge in District 27-3-10.
Tony Andronas, Washington County's chief deputy sheriff, has announced he is seeking the Republican nomination to become sheriff in the county.
Kelly Stewart, a Washington resident and employee in the Washington County District Attorney's Office, is running for magisterial district judge in District 27-1-01.
Kristin Clingerman, a former Washington County district attorney, has announced her candidacy for magisterial district judge in District 27-3-06.
John Bruner, a longtime law enforcement figure, has announced his candidacy for the magisterial district judge seat based in Buffalo Township.
Washington County President Judge Katherine B. Emery will be retiring from that position, so there will be an election next year to fill the vacancy in Common Pleas Court.
There was a flurry of activity Monday as election boards in several counties convened to certify election results.
Voter turnout broke a modern-day record in Pennsylvania that was set in the John F. Kennedy-Richard M. Nixon presidential contest of 1960, according to statewide figures.
President Donald J. Trump’s campaign took its legal fight to federal court in Williamsport Tuesday to try to block the certification of Pennsylvania’s vote count.
The vote canvassing in Western Pennsylvania is progressing without issues, political observers from both parties said, despite the unfounded claims by President Donald Trump that his supporters are being barred from viewing the official count.
Political analysts discussed their views on an election marked by a pandemic, deepening political divides and contention during California University of Pennsylvania's Dr. Melanie Blumberg Post-Election Analysis Forum Tuesday night.
The status of challenged provisional ballots, an outgrowth of the hotly-disputed presidential election of 2000, will be considered by the Washington County Commissioners, acting as the county Election Board.
Washington County’s canvassing board convened Friday morning to tabulate hundreds of overseas civilian and military ballots, while also starting to wade through nearly 2,000 provisional votes to see if they should count.
Devlin Robinson, Republican resident of Bridgeville Borough, is looking at issues including the effect of COVID-19 on the region’s economy.
State Rep. Pam Snyder declared victory Thursday as she leapfrogged past her Republican challenger for her 50th District seat after Greene County tabulated nearly half of its mail-in ballots.
The unofficial election results in Greene County may not be known until the end of the week as workers began processing nearly 4,400 mail-in ballots Wednesday morning.
Work to count mail-in and absentee ballots continues in Washington and Greene counties.
Here are election returns available at press time for Congress, State Senator in the 37th District, Washington and Greene county legislative districts, and the Monessen-area legislative district in Westmoreland County.