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Matt Smith was at the state Capitol in Harrisburg for an unusual New Year’s Day swearing-in ceremony.
Matt Smith defeated D. Raja for Pennsylvania State Senate with 53% of the vote.
The weather for Election Day on Tuesday will be sunny and clear, if not a little bit chilly in Pittsburgh.
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A candidate profile of D. Raja, who is running against Matt Smith for Pennsylvania state senate.
A candidate profile of Matt Smith, who is running against Raja for Pennsylvania state senate.
In order to get the state-issued Voter ID card, an individual need only give his or her name, date of birth, social security number and address. The Voter ID will be given at the PennDOT licensing center the same day.
The state Supreme Court is pushing the Voter ID law back to Commonwealth Court for further review.
Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson on Wednesday morning released his decision that parties challenging the Voter ID law were not able to prove it will cause 'immediate and irreparable harm' to the electorate.
Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley will have to decide whether to hold a special election to fill the last few months of John Pippy’s senate term.
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