A recent poll suggests that, contrary to popular belief, young Republicans may be more enthusiastic than their Democratic peers — at least in the upcoming midterm elections.
Though student activists at Penn were disappointed that the Development, Relief and Education for Minor Aliens Act’s passage failed to pass Congress, they say they will continue to campaign.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has become a heated issue between Republicans, who attack those who supported the bill, and Democrats, who wish to not be viewed as big spenders in a recession.
10Questions.com, a website designed to promote voter-candidate engagement, is offering voters the opportunity to submit questions to candidates in the gubernatorial, senatorial and selected congressional races across 11 states, including Pennsylvania.
U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak is holding a fundraiser at the Philadelphia Convention Center with President Barack Obama. The fundraiser marks the first time the two have appeared together since the primary, in which Obama endorsed Sestak’s opponent, Republican-turned-Democratic U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter.
Looking to recreate the sizable spike in turnout in the 2008 election, Democrats on campus are making a new push to get out the vote in 2010.
In addition to laying out their objectives for the upcoming fall election, College Republicans hosted a member of Congressional candidate Patrick Meehan's campaign at Tuesday's meeting.
In his second-annual “Back-to-School Speech” in Philadelphia on Tuesday, President Obama got a group of middle- and high-school students excited about the beginning of school.
Former President Bill Clinton joined Dan Onorato, the Democratic nominee for Governor of Pennsylvania, at a rally at 52nd and Chestnut streets on Monday.
Former President Bill Clinton will appear at 52nd and Chestnut streets today at 11 a.m. in support of Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Dan Onorato.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine kicked off the post-Labor Day election season in Houston Hall Wednesday afternoon.
Taking advantage of the flood of new, wide-eyed freshmen arriving on campus, political groups at Penn are pushing for a higher voter registration rate in preparation for the midterm elections this November.
Many of Bill and Hilary Clinton’s donors stayed home this weekend, while a professor at Penn’s Fels Institute of Government sat in the front row of the Rhinebeck, New York wedding.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK — A look at the student presence on Capitol Hill during Kagan's confirmation hearings.
Weeks after his victory over incumbent Senator Arlen Specter, U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak is facing questions regarding a statement he made that the White House had offered him a job in exchange for dropping out of the Pennsylvania primary.
Now the Pennsylvania voters now know who will be on the Senate ballot in November Penn students offered a variety of explanations for Sestak’s victory.
The watchdog site took both the Webby and People’s Voice Awards in the politics category.
U.S. Representative Joe Sestak defeated incumbent Senator Arlen Specter in the Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary Tuesday.
A graphic of the important information for voting in the Pennsylvania primary on May 18.
With just days to go before next Tuesday’s primary, U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter (D-Pa.) and U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) are tied for the Democratic Senate nomination.