Pennsylvania voters have chosen their candidates for the November 2018 general election.
El pasado 11 de abril, AL DÍA News convocó un foro con los candidatos al puesto de vicegobernador de Pensilvania. A pesar de la ausencia del actual titular del cargo, Mike Stack, sus cuatro rivales defendieron sus posturas con firmeza.
On April 11, AL DÍA News hosted a forum for the Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. While incumbent Mike Stack was absent, his challengers made their cases in full force.
Four candidates are vying to unseat incumbent Lt. Governor Mike Stack in the May 15 primary. On April 11 they will be speaking at a forum hosted by AL DÍA News and 6ABC, in collaboration with Temple University's Klein College of Media and Communication from 5:30 - 7 p.m. at Temple's Kiva Auditorium.
With the announcement, the Lancaster County commissioner endorsed Kathi Cozzone for Pennsylvania's second-in-command.
Aryanna Berringer was the first candidate to challenge Lt. Governor Mike Stack in what has become a crowded race.
Ahead of the May 15 primary, AL DÍA News will host a discussion with the Democratic candidates for Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania on April 11.
Seis candidatos Demócratas aspiran a derrotar al imbatible teniente gobernador de Pensilvania, Mike Stack.
Six declared Democratic candidates are aiming to unseat embattled Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Mike Stack.
Braddock Mayor John Fetterman, candidate for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, sat down with AL DÍA News to discuss establishing a larger platform for his progressive policies.
John Fetterman has earned national recognition for his efforts to revitalize Braddock, Pennsylvania, where he has been mayor since 2005.
State Sen. Larry Farnese (D-Phila.) announced he will hold a rally on Sept. 23 in the Pennsylvania Capitol to advocate for the passage of Senate Bill 42, legislation that would expand the commonwealth’s hate crime protections to include Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) citizens.
El senador estatal de Pensilvania Larry Farnese organizará una manifestación en Harrisburg este martes 23 de septiembre a las 11:00 a.m., para pedir apoyo por el proyecto de ley SB 42, para expandir la protección legal contra crímenes de odio que incluya a miembros de la comunidad lesbiana, gay, bisexual y transgénero (LGBT).