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Vote in the Pa. Primary if you can

Tuesday, April 23 is Pennsylvania’s primary day. The PA Primary is where citizens currently registered as either Republicans or Democrats choose candidates who will represent their respective …

As Pennsylvania is one of only nine closed primary states, Independents’ voices are not heard unless registered with a party. Independents can change registration to one of the parties for the …

I believe President Biden has been an excellent president, who has accomplished a lot for the American people in his first term. However, you may disagree with his policies or be reluctant to vote …

Are you ready for April 23?

Tuesday, April 23 is Pennsylvania’s primary election. In this election, citizens registered as either Republicans or Democrats will choose which of the candidates put forth by the two political …

The two vacant seats on the Central Bucks School Board will be filled tonight, following 10-minute, public candidate interviews. The special meeting of the board is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the district’s administrative building at 16 Welden Drive in Doylestown.

In 2019, Brian Fitzpatrick voted against the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump’s efforts to extort Ukrainian President Zelenskyy and against the subsequent impeachment. In 2021, he voted …

We are now a few months into the year and many of us have nice things to look forward to. Maybe it’s that special vacation you have been saving for, perhaps a new house or car, or the wedding or …

Primer on the PA Primary

Pennsylvania’s primary election will be Tuesday, April 23. The purpose of a primary election is to decide which candidates will represent each of the two main political parties in the November …

The U.S. Congress needs term limits

Until Franklin Roosevelt, no president had served more than two elected terms in office. It was a tradition established by George Washington. Two presidents prior to FDR had sought to do so — …

Every four years American voters go to the polls to choose a new President. As the anticipation of selecting a new leader intensifies throughout the election year many investors are focused on how …

The Central Bucks School Board will hold a rare Friday meeting this week to accept the resignations of two GOP board members, who verbally resigned last week then, on Monday, followed up with letters …

The real winner in the Feb. 13 special election to fill the vacant seat of the 140th state legislative district in Lower Bucks County? Election reform. But the race also showed how much more work …

Two Republican members on the Central Bucks School Board said on Tuesday that they were resigning. The statements came just after that evening’s school board meeting was adjourned and amid conflict …

This week saw the deadline to file nominating petitions come and go for candidates who plan to run for state representative in 2024. Here’s a first look at the candidates who filed to run for seats …

Hearing Supreme Court Justice Roberts interrogate Colorado’s defense for excluding Donald Trump from the ballot was educational. No longer is the meaning of the words important, not even the intent. …

Advocating for a better America

One hundred and four years ago, on Feb. 14 1920, the League of Women Voters was formed, six months before winning the fight for Women’s Suffrage. Its founders were those who had spent the previous …

As a longtime resident of Levittown and a voter in the 140th District, I kept current on the issues regarding the special election for the state representative seat and the campaigns of the two …

In a decisive victory, attorney and Pennsbury School Board member Jim Prokopiak, a Democrat, won Tuesday’s special election to succeed Rep. John Galloway in the PA 140th District.

Voters in Morrisville and Tullytown boroughs, Falls Township and a section of Middletown Township will make history Tuesday. What happens in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 140th Legislative …

Every time I hear or read about people, especially Republicans, who question President Biden’s ability to perform the duties of his office because he is over 80 years old, my blood boils.I am 88 …

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