Keystone Politics is a liberal-leaning news site that has been covering Pennsylvania politics since 2004. We are fiercely independent and we call out members of either party, but our hearts are set on creating a more liberal Pennsylvania. Articles and commentary are written from that point of view.
We’ve had many contributors over the years, and this is our current crew:
Jon Geeting is the Editor of Keystone Politics. Geeting is a Philadelphia-based freelance writer, policy wonk, and political activist. His writing on Philadelphia politics and policy issues also appears at Next City, This Old City, and he maintains a personal blog chronicling his least important political insights, hyper-local Lehigh Valley land use issues, and the freshest rap singles. He is available at email@example.com.
Jake Sternberger is a recovering/relapsing political professional who has been a contributor to Keystone Politics since 2011. Sternberger covers campaigns and elections for KP, drawing from his experience working on local, county, congressional, and statewide PA races doing field, oppo, comms, and as CM. He is currently a law student. Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greg Palmer is an occasional contributor to Keystone Politics. He founded KP in 2004 while in graduate school and after taking the site on a hiatus in 2009, brought it back to life in 2011.
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