U.S. Rep. Chris Deluzio, D-17th District (Capital-Star file).

PA-17: Deluzio keeps fundraising pace over Mercuri

BY: - February 1, 2024

Deluzio’s campaign raised just over $460,000 in Q4, as Mercuri’s campaign raised just under $205,000.

Deluzio launches reelection campaign: ‘We have to hold the line’

BY: - January 23, 2024

“I am now less certain that our greatest and most dangerous threats lie outside our borders,” Deluzio said. “We have work to do right here at home.”

Democrat Bill Petulla launches campaign for Pa. 28th House District

BY: - December 12, 2023

Petulla, chief deputy trial attorney in the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office, is the first candidate to enter the legislative race.

Casey, Fetterman, Deluzio call for DOJ investigation into cyberattack on Aliquippa Water Authority

BY: - November 30, 2023

The lawmakers cautioned in the joint letter that an attack in western Pennsylvania demonstratesbc it can happen elsewhere in the United States.

Nelson withdraws from PA17 race, criticizes GOP establishment

BY: - November 22, 2023

He wrote in the op-ed that his candidacy was the “winning formula” and claimed his message was resonating with voters in the district, however he accused the “Republican old guard” of backing Mercuri’s bid for the seat.

Republican Rob Mercuri gets key endorsement from Koch-funded super PAC

BY: - September 23, 2023

Pennsylvania Rep. Rob Mercuri, who is running against U.S. Rep. Chris Deluzio for Congress, received a key endorsement this week from a super PAC funded by the conservative Koch brothers’ network. Americans for Prosperity (AFP) Action said in a news release this week it was endorsing Mercuri (R-Allegheny) and several other “key races for the […]


The other Turzai succession question: Can the GOP hold his seat? | Friday Morning Coffee

BY: - June 12, 2020

Emily Skopov came within 9 points of beating the retiring House speaker in 2018. Can she close the gap in an open seat in 2020?


Here’s Pa. comeback opportunity from the pandemic | Opinion

BY: - May 5, 2020

We have moved from fear to a new enthusiasm to return to work, coupled with the hope that things may not be as bad as the dire early statistical models.