Doors to the Public Auditorium, located at 500 Lakeside Ave. East, open at 1:30 p.m.
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The Green Party’s candidate Jill Stein, a physician and environmental activist, is running in her second presidential election.
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Jones said Donald Trump would seriously harm the economy and that he “exhibits deeply concerning behavior toward women.”
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There still are undecided voters out there, and they’re not just people who’ve buried their heads in the sand.
The most serious charges carry up to 20 years in prison.
Here’s who wields power if the 2016 election leaves the U.S. Senate split 50-50 among party lines.
Police say the McKeesport man didn’t alert authorities even though 21-year-old Christian Clark sent him videos of his son’s limp body.
How has the electoral map changed in the past 50 years? And what trends are key to predicting a presidential election?
Sanders was last in town in March, appearing at the Covelli Centre just one day before he lost the Ohio primary to Clinton.
Eric told supporters that the country’s military is not advanced enough with the latest equipment and technology.
While both candidates have years of experience, this is their first time campaigning.
Union President Richard Trumka, joined by Sen. Sherrod Brown, said the labor vote is more important than ever before.
So far, about half of Mahoning County’s 70 precincts have their scanners in place.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential candidate, will be in the Pittsburgh suburbs on Thursday.
Here are answers to the basic questions on the process for electing the president of the United States.
Data shows a trend of internet searches asking how to change an early vote once it’s already been cast.
Young encouraged early voting as part of an event for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The decision, made in 1845, was made with quite a bit of common sense – for the 19th century.
Recent US presidential elections have played on without calls of conspiracy — with one notable exception.