Pols talk politics, 2015 mayors race, more at Relish (A few seconds ago)
Judge orders Mandel campaign out of polling places (6 hours ago)
A Common Pleas Court judge has ordered Brett Mandel, a candidate in the Democratic primary election for City Controller, to stop campaigning inside polling places today.
PhillyClout asks pols three questions on primary election day (8 hours ago)
PhillyClout: Three questions for six pols at Famous 4th Street Deli.
Game Day chatter in race for City Controller (9 hours ago)
Happy election day. The PhillyClout team will continue the tradition of live-blogging from the Famous 4th Street Deli and from Relish restaurant, where politicians, ward leaders and supporters assemble to swap the gossip of the hour.
Rendell: "People told me no Philadelphian could be mayor of Pennsylvania" (15 hours ago)
Gov. Corbett took a lot of flack over the weekend over his commencement appearance at Millersville University where he was the invited speaker.
Another Report Critical of AVI Coming Wednesday (Yesterday)
Put the "No" in November, good government groups say (Yesterday)
Sen. Casey sees "unlawful activity" in IRS scandal (Yesterday)
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr., the newest member of the Senate Finance Committee, today said he believes crimes were committed in the controversial targeting of conservative non-profit groups by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. But Casey warned that members of Congress should "act responsibly" and not use the scandal for political gain.
We knew the City Controller's race was a pissing match. But wow. (4 days ago)
We knew the City Controller's race was a pissing match. But wow. Supporters of City Controller Alan Butkovitz, who is seeking a third term in Tuesday's Democratic primary election, are up in arms about a tweet from challenger Brett Mandel on Thursday.
City Council skeptical on timing of Mayor Nutter's booze and cigarette taxes (4 days ago)
Mayor Nutter wants to hike taxes on booze and cigarettes as a way to raise money for schools, but City Council is skeptical that state enabling legislation will come through in time for it to pass a budget by June 30.
Gay GOP candidate vies for PA House seat (4 days ago)
Zero to three in eight months?
Could the Pennsylvania General Assembly soon get its third openly gay lawmaker?
Dems try to advance Medicaid expansion, study finds uncompensated care tops $1 billion (6 days ago)
Legislative Democrats are ratcheting up the pressure on the Corbett administration and Republican leadership in the General Assembly to move foward with the expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
PA Department of Education shakeup (6 days ago)
Sharif Street gets the boot (7 days ago)
The former mayor's son had his car immobilized last month for $976 in parking tickets and seven red-light violations, but fared better than most getting his wheels back.
Black Clergy issues endorsements for primary (7 days ago)
The Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity gives its blessing to a full slate of candidates in the city's May 21primary election.
Liquor hearings, round 2 (5/13/2013)
Traffic Court candidate turns to a rap routine (5/13/2013)
"I'm from the 'hood, I'll do you good," says Traffic Court hopeful Warren Bloom.
Memorial service set for Gov. Leader set for May 16 (5/10/2013)
A memorial service will be held Thursday at Derry Presbyterian Church for Gov. George M. Leader, who died Thursday at his home in Hershey.
Students march on City Hall (5/9/2013)
About 300 students from several Philadelphia high schools staged a peaceful march on City Hall at lunchtime, seeking more money to support the public schools.
Lawmaker says SEPTA is 'just more welfare' (5/9/2013)
State Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R., Butler) relishes his role as a bomb-thrower. He calls undocumented residents "alien invaders," and this week said if gay people didn't "wear their sexual desires on their sleeves" there would be no need for a nondiscrimination bill.
Bill Extending Homestead Deadline Passes (5/9/2013)
Committee endorses acting health secretary Wolf (5/8/2013)
Acting Health Secretary Michael Wolf survived a battery pointed questions from members of a Senate committee before winning their confirmation support.
Swedish royalty to visit Philadelphia (5/8/2013)
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia will spend two days here, celebrating the 375th anniversary of the New Sweden colony.
Butkovitz Report: AVI Inaccurate and Unfair (5/8/2013)
Canuso resigns as city Republican chairman (5/8/2013)
State Rep. John Taylor will replace Vito Canuso as chairman of the city's Republican Party.