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Vote Peck/King in November

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Why it Matters The 15-seat court handles civil and criminal appeals from Pennsylvania’s county courts. Judges serve 10-year terms and run for re-election in up-or-down retention races. The court currently has eight Republicans and six Democrats, with one Republican not running for another term. Peck worked in Lancaster County from 2003 through 2005, specializing in […]

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New Voting Machines before the 2020 Election?

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Following a settlement of the 2016 Green Party recount lawsuit, the State is required to purchase new voting machines with voter-verified paper ballots in advance of the 2020 election.  Vendors will be presenting new machine selections for public analysis on several upcoming dates and locations.  If you are interested in this process, please attend one […]

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HB 286: Informed Consent Protection Act

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HB286, primary sponsor, Representative Daryl Metcalfe, is legislation that upholds parental rights by requiring fair and equal access to medical treatment for children.  The legislation guarantees that children residing in the Commonwealth receive medical treatment irrespective of their vaccination status and removes the ability and incentive of healthcare providers to discriminate against families who may […]

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Who’s going to pick Pennsylvania’s Judges? HB 111

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HB 111, sponsored by Republican Representative Paul Schemel, proposes introducing a constitutional amendment to change how Supreme, Superior and Commonwealth Court judges are chosen.  Versus appearing on the ballot for selecting by voters, a 13 member “Nominating Commission” would be convened by appointments from the Governor, the General Assembly and Commonwealth employees. Who is better […]