Biden To Make First 2024 Campaign Stop In Pennsylvania: Reports Biden To Make First 2024 Campaign Stop In Pennsylvania: Reports
Biden To Make First 2024 Campaign Stop In Pennsylvania: Reports President Joe Biden will make his first campaign stop of the New Year in Montgomery County on Saturday, multiple outlets report.  Biden is expected to deliver a speech near Valley Forge National Park, where George Washington's Continental Army spent a bitter winter encamped from 1777 to 1778, .  Re-election staffers said Biden hopes to draw parallels between the site's historical significance and the riots at the US Capitol building exactly three years prior.  “The president will make the case directly that democracy and freedom, two powerful ideas that united the 13 colonie…
House Votes For 'Taylor Swift Era' In Pennsylvania In 2023 House Votes For 'Taylor Swift Era' In Pennsylvania In 2023
House Votes For 'Taylor Swift Era' In Pennsylvania In 2023 It's official — 2023 is the era of Taylor Swift.  That's according to a recently passed resolution from the Pennsylvania state House of Representatives, which lauds the Berks County native as having "transcended the role of pop star." The resolution cleared the House by three votes on Wednesday, Dec. 13, the singer's 34th birthday.  The resolution "celebrat(es) Ms. Swift's recent selection as TIME Magazine's 2023 Person of the Year" and recognizes "her positive impact on Pennsylvania's economy, voter registration numbers, consumer protections, and pro-labor practic…
'Put Up Or Shut Up:' Fetterman Trolls Bob Menendez In Epic Cameo By George Santos 'Put Up Or Shut Up:' Fetterman Trolls Bob Menendez In Epic Cameo By George Santos
'Put Up Or Shut Up:' Fetterman Trolls Bob Menendez In Epic Cameo By George Santos George Santos has a new gig and one of his most recent paychecks comes from the pockets of John Fetterman. Days after being ousted from Congress, the serial fabulist was commissioned by Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) to create a cameo for indicted New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez (D). "Hey Bobby!" Santos quips in the Cameo, a website that lets public figures record personal videos for money.  "Look, I don’t think I need to tell you, but these people that want to make you get in trouble and want to kick you out and make you run away, you make them put up or shut up. "You stand your ground, s…
And Just Like That: Lock Changed, Website Scrubbed Following George Santos’ Historic Ouster And Just Like That: Lock Changed, Website Scrubbed Following George Santos’ Historic Ouster
And Just Like That: Lock Changed, Website Scrubbed Following George Santos’ Historic Ouster Well, that didn’t take long. Now-former New York Rep. George Santos has been all but erased from the halls of Congress following his historic expulsion from office on Friday, Dec. 1. The disgraced Long Island Republican – whose former 3rd District includes parts of Nassau County and Queens – made a hasty exit from the House chamber once it was clear that the required two-thirds majority had been secured to seal his ouster. Earlier Report: US House Expels NY Rep. George Santos In Historic Vote He did not address the throng of reporters who followed him to a waiting car, though CNN …
'You Need To Die' PA Man Threatens US Congressman: Criminal Complaint 'You Need To Die' PA Man Threatens US Congressman: Criminal Complaint
'You Need To Die' PA Man Threatens US Congressman: Criminal Complaint A series of threatening voicemails have landed a Pennsylvania man a serious charge from the United States Attorney’s Office, according to court documents obtained by Daily Voice. Robert Lee Ingalls, Jr., age 61, of Mechanicsburg, is accused of leaving two voicemail messages "specifically threatened to kill a specifically identified United States Congressman" on the main congressional office answering system in Washington, D.C. Nov. 6, 2023, according to United States Attorney Gerard M. Karam in a release on Tuesday, Nov. 14. The United States Capitol Police investigated the case with assist…
Fetterman Visits Striking Mack Truck Workers On Lehigh County Picket Line Fetterman Visits Striking Mack Truck Workers On Lehigh County Picket Line
Fetterman Visits Striking Mack Truck Workers On Lehigh County Picket Line US Senator John Fetterman was in Macungie on Tuesday, Oct. 10 to visit the Mack Truck workers who walked out on strike this week.  I was proud to walk the picket line with striking @UAWRegion9 workers from MACK Trucks in Macungie today. This is my third @UAW picket line in the past few weeks. As long as these workers walk the picket line, I will have their backs. pic.twitter.com/m6X2TWbfkI — Senator John Fetterman (@SenFettermanPA) October 10, 2023 "I was proud to walk the picket line with striking (UAW Region 9) workers from Mack Trucks in Macungie today," he said. "As long as these wo…
Gun Pulled At GOP Meeting By Ex-Allegheny County Council Candidate: Affidavit Gun Pulled At GOP Meeting By Ex-Allegheny County Council Candidate: Affidavit
Gun Pulled At GOP Meeting By Ex-Allegheny County Council Candidate: Affidavit A 2021 candidate for the Allegheny County Council pulled a gun and threatened members of the Plum Borough GOP Committee, according to court documents obtained by Daily Voice. Eric Philip Casteel, a 62-year-old Cyber Security Architect also threatened three members of the Republican Committee— Mike Doyle, former US Congress nominee and current Plum council president, Paul Dern, current council vice president and Gerard "Jerry" Purcell, who is running for Plum council— at the Plum Community Center on Center New Texas Road on Thursday, April 27, 2023, around 8 p.m., according to the affid…
PA Rep.'s Crash Involving Alcohol Under Investigation By State Police PA Rep.'s Crash Involving Alcohol Under Investigation By State Police
PA Rep.'s Crash Involving Alcohol Under Investigation By State Police PA State Rep. Torren C. Ecker was the only person involved in a crash into a guide rail on Route 94 on Tuesday, Pennsylvania State Police announced on Thursday, April 20, 2023.  It is believed that alcohol was a factor in a crash in the 7900 block of Carlisle Pike in Huntington Township on April 18 around 11:45 p.m., state police said. The 37-year-old drifted off the road and hit a guide rail, disabling his vehicle.  The New Oxford man submitted to a blood test, the results of which as pending—as is the charge of "driving on roadways laned for traffic," according to the release.  Ecker r…
Philly Man Disguised As USPS Worker Stole Mail-In Ballots: Feds Philly Man Disguised As USPS Worker Stole Mail-In Ballots: Feds
Philly Man Disguised As USPS Worker Stole Mail-In Ballots: Feds A Philadelphia man is accused of dressing up as a postal worker and stealing mail from collection boxes, including about 15 mail-in voting ballots, according to federal authorities.  Zachkey James, 27, is charged with impersonation, mail theft, and related counts that could earn him up to 31 years in prison and $1.5 million in fines, said US Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero in a statement Thursday, Dec. 8.  Investigators allege that James disguised himself as a mailman and gained access to west Philly postal collection boxes at least twice — once at the Kingsessing Post Office i…
Ex-Stripper Who Ran For Congress In Philly Wants You To Buy Her 'Elect Ho Ho Hoes' Merch Ex-Stripper Who Ran For Congress In Philly Wants You To Buy Her 'Elect Ho Ho Hoes' Merch
Ex-Stripper Who Ran For Congress In Philly Wants You To Buy Her 'Elect Ho Ho Hoes' Merch Alexandra Hunt, a leftist candidate who ran for Pennsylvania's 3rd U.S. Congressional District and was once a stripper, is selling merchandise calling for the election of "Ho Ho Hoes."  The 28-year-old, who has been open about her time dancing for money while attending the University of Richmond, posted a link to her online store on Facebook Tuesday, Dec. 6.   Alexandra Hunt, an activist and ex-stripper who ran for U.S. Congress in PA's 3rd District, is selling holiday merchandise that says "Elect Ho Ho Hoes."Shawn Reid/Alexandra Hunt campaign apparel She was running for the Democratic …
Will Helen Gym Run For Philly Mayor? Councilor's Resignation Sparks Rumors Will Helen Gym Run For Philly Mayor? Councilor's Resignation Sparks Rumors
Will Helen Gym Run For Philly Mayor? Councilor's Resignation Sparks Rumors Philadelphia City Councilwoman Helen Gym announced her sudden resignation in a social media post early on Tuesday, Nov. 29 — a move that many speculate means she will run for mayor in 2023.  In a video message uploaded to Twitter, the at-large Democratic councilwoman called her six-year tenure in the city's legislature "an incredible honor." I came on to City Council because I knew that together, we could find solutions to what other people told us was impossible. It’s been an incredible honor, Philadelphia ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lvBsuPPOPP — Helen Gym (@HelenGymAtLarge) November 29, 2022 …
Mayor Of Suburban Philly Borough Charged With Assault Of Council Member Mayor Of Suburban Philly Borough Charged With Assault Of Council Member
Mayor Of Suburban Philly Borough Charged With Assault Of Council Member The mayor of one Delaware County borough has been arrested in connection with an attack on a council member earlier this month. Darby Mayor Darren Burrell, 41, apparently asked Omar Thompson if he could talk during a heated Nov. 2 discussion about traffic grew heated, and threatened to attack him, according to multiple news outlets citing the arrest affidavit. Sometime after the meeting, the two were talking. That's when Burrell got out of his seat and punched Thompson, then grabbed him, causing him to fall to the floor. Thompson was hospitalized with injuries to his hands and le…
Philly Political Consultant Forged Signatures For Ballot Access: DA Philly Political Consultant Forged Signatures For Ballot Access: DA
Philly Political Consultant Forged Signatures For Ballot Access: DA A Philadelphia political consultant is facing criminal charges after prosecutors say he forged signatures to gain ballot access for his clients.  Rasheen Crews of Crews Consulting was working on behalf of "multiple candidates" in the 2019 Democratic Philadelphia mayoral primary to help fill out their nominating petitions, said state Attorney General Joshua Shapiro in a statement on Wednesday, Nov. 16.  But to get the forms filled, investigators say Crews hired "individuals" to sit in a hotel room and write "write names, addresses, and forged signatures" on the petitions, investiga…
Election Day 2022: Hottest House Races In PA Election Day 2022: Hottest House Races In PA
Election Day 2022: Hottest House Races In PA Polls are open for the 2022 midterm elections Tuesday, Nov. 8. All 17 of Pennsylvania's seats in the US House of Representatives are contested. All 18 incumbent representatives having won their 2020 races, leaving the Pennsylvania delegation balanced with nine Democrats and nine Republicans holding office.  But the Keystone State has only 17 Congressional districts at play in the 2022 midterm elections, having lost a seat following the results of the 2020 census.   If the 435-member House flips to Republican control, that is considered a "referendum" on Joe Biden's first-term problems as…
'Egregious Abuse Of Power:' Former P-Burg Councilman Fires Back At Info Trafficking Allegations 'Egregious Abuse Of Power:' Former P-Burg Councilman Fires Back At Info Trafficking Allegations
'Egregious Abuse Of Power:' Former P-Burg Councilman Fires Back At Info Trafficking Allegations The ex-Phillipsburg councilman accused of trafficking the social security numbers, banking info, and other personal details of at least seven of his coworkers has vehemently denied any wrongdoing, calling the accusations an “egregious overreach and abuse of power” involving Mayor Todd Tersigni. Robert W. Fulper, 44, was indicted by a Warren County Grand Jury on second-degree counts of official misconduct and trafficking in personal identifying information, DailyVoice.com previously reported. Fulper, a councilman between 2018 and 2021, was allegedly found with “numerous documents containing……
Fetterman Struggles Through Debate With Oz Fetterman Struggles Through Debate With Oz
Fetterman Struggles Through Debate With Oz Lieutenant Governor and Democratic US Senate hopeful John Fetterman met with Republican opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz in a highly anticipated debate Tuesday, Oct. 25.  But Fetterman, who suffered from a stroke in May, appeared to struggle at times and gave halting, sometimes contradictory answers over the course of the hour-long debate.  “I had a stroke. He’s never let me forget that,” said Fetterman, calling his health "the elephant in the room."  "I might miss some words during this debate, mush two words together, but it knocked me down and I’m going to keep coming back up," he …
Fetterman Holds Narrow Lead Over Oz, New Poll Shows Fetterman Holds Narrow Lead Over Oz, New Poll Shows
Fetterman Holds Narrow Lead Over Oz, New Poll Shows One of the most closely watched Senate races this midterm election year is becoming clearer, according to a new poll released by CNN. The data shows Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman leading Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz 51 percent to 45 percent among expected voters. The advantage is "narrowly outside of the survey’s margin of error," the outlet says. The poll was conducted from Oct. 13 to 17 and surveyed 901 registered voters in Pennsylvania. Fetterman and Oz are competing to replace retiring Republican Sen. Pat Toomey. ALSO SEE: Obama Runs Ad Campaign For Fetterman Fett…
Biden To Pardon Everyone Convicted On Federal Marijuana Possession Charges In Historic Move Biden To Pardon Everyone Convicted On Federal Marijuana Possession Charges In Historic Move
Biden To Pardon Everyone Convicted On Federal Marijuana Possession Charges In Historic Move In a historic move, President Joe Biden announced he is pardoning all of those with prior federal offenses of simple possession of marijuana.  The White House announced the marijuana reform on Thursday, Oct. 6 during Biden's visit to an IBM facility in New York, saying he has directed Attorney General Merrick Garland to develop an administrative process to issue certificates of pardon to individuals who are eligible. Biden said thousands of people with federal convictions for marijuana possession have had their lives upended.  "Criminal records for marijuana possession have …
Trump DOJ Lawyer Forced To Stand Outside In Boxers During Humiliating Raid: CNN Trump DOJ Lawyer Forced To Stand Outside In Boxers During Humiliating Raid: CNN
Trump DOJ Lawyer Forced To Stand Outside In Boxers During Humiliating Raid: CNN Police forced a former Department of Justice lawyer for President Donald Trump to stand outside in his underwear while they raided his home last month, video obtained by CNN shows.  Wearing his underwear and a button down shirt, Jeffrey Clark asked agents at the door of his Fairfax County home if he could call his lawyer, put on pants or stand in his garage, the footage shows. “We’re gonna clear the house, and as soon as we clear the house, we’ll get you talking to your lawyer and we’ll get some pants on, okay?" one of the agents told him in the video. They did allow Clark to stand b…
Ex-Political Candidate Kills Husband, Ex-Chief Deputy Sheriff At Their PA Home: Reports Ex-Political Candidate Kills Husband, Ex-Chief Deputy Sheriff At Their PA Home: Reports
Ex-Political Candidate Kills Husband, Ex-Chief Deputy Sheriff At Their PA Home: Reports A former political candidate is accused of burning her husband’s body after she killed him, according to multiple media outlets and police. Susquehanna Township police were called to 306 Stuart Place in Harrisburg for a death investigation at approximately 5 a.m. Thursday, June 16, according to a release by the department. Carmen Henderson, 84—a former chief deputy sheriff of Dauphin County in 1995, according to PennLive— was declared deceased at the scene, police state in their release. “A further investigation revealed that foul play was apparent,” and an investigation was conducted b…
PA State Rep. Admits To DUI Following Second Serious Crash In Less Than One Year PA State Rep. Admits To DUI Following Second Serious Crash In Less Than One Year
PA State Rep. Admits To DUI Following Second Serious Crash In Less Than One Year A Pennsylvania State House Representative admitted to driving under the influence following a serious crash on Saturday, June 4, according to a statement released on Facebook on Tuesday, June 7.  State Rep. Matt Dowling, 36, of Uniontown, says the crash over the weekend is under investigation by Pennsylvania state police as a possible DUI.  In his own words, he says, his struggles overcoming his injuries following the Oct. 2021 crash brought on by a diabetic issue, “manifested itself in disappointing behavior that I have faced in the past with respect to alcohol, and that came to …
Pennsylvania Woman Admits To Voter Fraud Pennsylvania Woman Admits To Voter Fraud
Pennsylvania Woman Admits To Voter Fraud  A 60-year-old Pennsylvania woman has been charged with voter fraud after she admitted to completing a mail-in voter ballot and forging her mom's signature, authorities say. Cheryl Mihaliak of the 800 block of 3rd Street, Lancaster, told officials, "she voted for her mother and signed the ballot after her mother died." according to a statement released by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office. Mihaliak requested ballots for her mother, Teresa J. Mihaliak, 96, and herself ballots on March 17, officials say. The mail-in ballot from Mihaliak’s mother was signed a…
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Sentenced To Alcoholism Treatment: Reports Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Sentenced To Alcoholism Treatment: Reports
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Sentenced To Alcoholism Treatment: Reports Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane had her day in court again, after she violated the terms of her probation two times in a row, according to multiple media outlets. Kane, 55, of Scranton, was sentenced to two months to a year in prison including time served, and parole to a residential treatment center for alcohol use through 2025, on Monday, May, 23, according to WTRF. She had already been charged with “general impairment DUI charges” following a two-car crash that happened around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 12, Scranton Police Chief Thomas Carroll previously said, when…
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Back Behind Bars After Probation Violation: Report Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Back Behind Bars After Probation Violation: Report
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Back Behind Bars After Probation Violation: Report Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is back behind bars after she allegedly violated the terms of her probation— again, reports PennLive.  Kane, 55, of Scranton, was released on “general impairment DUI charges” following a two-car crash that happened around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 12, Scranton Police Chief Thomas Carroll. While she was out on probation, she was taken back into custody on Thursday, Apr. 28. Details of the alleged probation violation have yet to be released. Kane served as Pennsylvania's attorney general from 2013 to 2016 until she was convicted of per…
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Was DUI During Crash While Out On Probation: Report Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Was DUI During Crash While Out On Probation: Report
Ex-Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Was DUI During Crash While Out On Probation: Report Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was arrested over the weekend for driving under the influence following a crash while she was out on probation, reports Spotlight PA reports. Kane, 55, of Scranton, was released on “general impairment DUI charges” following a two-car crash that happened around 6:30 p.m., Scranton Police Chief Thomas Carroll told the outlet. Her blood alcohol level was not released, and it was unclear if a test was administered. Kane served as Pennsylvania's attorney general from 2013 to 2016, until she was convicted of perjury, among other crimes, court re…
Ex-Stripper Running For Congress In Philadelphia: 'Elect Hoes' Ex-Stripper Running For Congress In Philadelphia: 'Elect Hoes'
Ex-Stripper Running For Congress In Philadelphia: 'Elect Hoes' Alexandra Hunt isn't shying away from her former career as a stripper in her run for Congress in Philadelphia— she's leaning into it. The 28-year-old leftist running for Congress in the city's 3rd District took a vow of transparency about her dancing days and an abortion at 18 years old in a recent OpEd for Daily Kos, making honesty the foundation of her campaign platform. Alexandra HuntAlexandra Hunt campaign photo "As I prepared to enter the political world as a candidate, I made promises that I would not leave anyone behind and that I would be honest about my experiences, including m…
NJ Police Chief Sports 'Let’s Go Brandon' Gear In Facebook Post: Report NJ Police Chief Sports 'Let’s Go Brandon' Gear In Facebook Post: Report
NJ Police Chief Sports 'Let’s Go Brandon' Gear In Facebook Post: Report A New Jersey police chief was spotted sporting a “Let’s Go Brandon” holiday sweater in a Facebook post since removed but obtained by Daily Beast. Hamilton Police Chief Gregory Ciambrone is seen in the photograph supposedly posted by other members of the police department from an “ugly sweater party”, on Dec. 5, according to the outlet. The sweater also features an embroidered image of former President Donald Trump. “Let’s Go Brandon” is the so-called battle cry of Trump loyalists that came into use after NBC reporter Kelli Stavast incorrectly stated the chant of "F—k Joe Biden" was "Let…
Hyattsville Mayor Dies By Suicide Hyattsville Mayor Dies By Suicide
Hyattsville Mayor Dies By Suicide Kevin Ward, the mayor of Hyattsville, died in an apparent suicide, officials said.  The 44-year-old's body was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in a park in McLean, Virginia. His death was announced in a statement by city officials It is with great sadness that we report that our beloved #HyattsvilleMayor Kevin Ward passed away yesterday, January 25... Posted by Hyattsville, Maryland - Municipal Government on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Condolences poured in. "What an immense loss," one resident commented. "Our condolences to his family. Kevin, I wish there was one more hug i…
Former US Congressman, Pennsylvania Senator George Gekas Dies At 91 Former US Congressman, Pennsylvania Senator George Gekas Dies At 91
Former US Congressman, Pennsylvania Senator George Gekas Dies At 91 A former US Congressman for Pennsylvania and state senator, George W. Gekas, 91, of Harrisburg, died at his home on Thursday, Dec. 16, according to his obituary.  Gekas was a class of 1948 graduate of William Penn High School and a class of 1952 graduate of Dickinson College, according to his obituary. He went on to serve in the United States Army from 1953-55 before receiving his law degree at Dickinson School of Law in 1958, according to his obituary. He then worked as a Dauphin County assistant district attorney from 1960 until 1982 and simultaneously serving the the Commonwea…
CNN Fires Chris Cuomo CNN Fires Chris Cuomo
CNN Fires Chris Cuomo Just days after he was indefinitely suspended, CNN has now fired its highest-rated anchor, Chris Cuomo, after new details emerged about the measures he took while advising his brother, disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, amid the sexual harassment allegations that led to his resignation. CNN made the announcement late Saturday, Dec. 4, saying Cuomo had been "terminated," "effective immediately." "Chris Cuomo was suspended earlier this week pending further evaluation of new information that came to light about his involvement with his brother's defense," CNN said in a statement.&nbs…
Murphy To White House: NJ Welcomes Afghan Refugees Murphy To White House: NJ Welcomes Afghan Refugees
Murphy To White House: NJ Welcomes Afghan Refugees Afghan refugees are more than welcome in New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy told President Biden over the weekend. Reacting to the Taliban-driven turmoil in Afghanistan, Gov. Murphy wrote that "New Jersey stands ready to provide safe harbor, support, stability, and peace to Afghan refugees." Gov. Phil Murphy's tweet welcoming Afghan refugees to New JerseyTwitter @GovMurpny Murphy, who announced the letter via social media over the weekend, said he was "making it clear that we welcome these brave individuals and their families to the Garden State." Meanwhile, the U.S. Northern Command @jointb…