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WirePOLITICS: A look at the primary results for Pennsylvania judicial races

By Tom Waring, the Wire 

Pennsylvania voters last week chose candidates to run in the general election for three seats on the Supreme Court.

Six Republicans and six Democrats ran. 278 more words

Bucks County

Incumbent City Commissioner Comes Up 4 Signatures Short, Will Not Have The Chance To Defend Her Seat

By Steve Tawa

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The incumbent City Commissioner, Stephanie Singer, whose office runs elections, won’t have the chance to run herself, again.

Commonwealth Court has rejected her appeal. 132 more words


Incumbent City Commissioner Loses Court Fight To Be On May Primary Ballot, But Will Appeal

By Steve Tawa

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Now officially removed from the May 19th Democratic Primary ballot, incumbent City Commissioner Stephanie Singer, whose office runs elections, will appeal to Commonwealth Court. 188 more words


Judges to rule on Open Records Officer's firing

Within 30 days, the Commonwealth Court is expected to rule on whether Governor Tom Wolf was justified in firing Erik Arneson.

Arneson was appointed as Director of Open Records by former Governor Tom Corbett back in January, and Wolf fired and replaced him when he took office. 242 more words


Gov. Wolf's Firing Of Open Records Director To Be Argued In Commonwealth Court

By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Less than a month after taking office, one of the first moves made by new Governor Tom Wolf will be argued before a Commonwealth Court judge this morning. 165 more words


Pa Court denies emergency stay of appointment of a Receiver for York City Schools

HARRISBURG, PA (WPMT)  A major setback for opposition of the appointment of a Receiver for the York School District.

The Commonwealth Court Pennsylvania handed down an order late Tuesday afternoon on an emergency appeal for a stay in a pending ruling by the York County Court of Common Pleas.  78 more words


SRC takes contract fight to Pa. court

Dr. Hite

HARRISBURG – With much at stake, lawyers for the School Reform Commission on Wednesday asked a panel of five Commonwealth Court judges to affirm their power to cancel the Philadelphia School District teachers’ contract. 518 more words