U.S. Rep. John Joyce, R-Blair County, is about to embark on his first re-election campaign.
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Cambria County’s board of commissioners will keep a Democratic majority for the next four years.
EBENSBURG – Cambria County voters will use a new voting system to cast their ballots Tuesday, while Somerset County voters will use the current equipment one last time for the 2019 general election.
The political climate in Cambria County is changing dramatically. That may be hard to believe when one looks at the current elected officials in our county. One political party has held, and continues to hold, nearly all elected offices in Cambria County. The only exception is one county commissioner, and that is required by law.
Donald Buday, Michael Capriotti and Charles Arnone, who all have been involved with different aspects of Johnstown's municipal government throughout the years, won nominations to run in this year's City Council general election on Tuesday.
The team of Kimberly Murray, Thomas Dadey and Eugene Pentz led in voting on Tuesday for both parties in the Greater Johnstown School District …
It is 18 months until the general election of 2020.
Three Republicans – two well-established elected officials in their respective communities and a political newcomer – are looking to become the candidate to challenge Democratic state Rep. Bryan Barbin for the 71st Legislative District seat in this year’s general election.
U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, one of the most powerful figures in local and statewide politics, announced on Tuesday he does not plan to seek re-election to Pennsylvania's 9th Congressional District seat this year.