May 13, 2018, Face the State, Rep. Sheryl Delozier

State Rep. Sheryl Delozier joins Face the State this week. Rep. Delozier begins by discussing Pennsylvania's definition of a victim. Her legislation, House Bill 1806, would "amend the definition of victim in the state’s restitution law to include all crime victims, not just individuals." Rep. Delozier's bill passed the House in October 2017 and is sitting in the Senate. Rep. Delozier also discusses medical marijuana, last year's budget, as well as the 2018-19 budget. When it comes to the budget, Rep. Delozier says we need everyone at the table seeking compromise.   

Gerow: Republicans, here's what to keep in mind on Tuesday | PennLive

Statewide campaigns begin so early these days that it seems like there's non-stop stumping. Mercifully, all campaigns eventually come to an end.

Tuesday's primary will mark the conclusion of the preliminary round for 2018. Both parties will choose their nominees who will then face off in November.

On the Republican side there's been a particularly rancorous battle for governor, marked by increasingly tough ads by the two leading candidates.

Read more: Gerow: Republicans, here's what to keep in mind on Tuesday | PennLive

May 6, 2018, Face the State, Julie Wheeler

Julie Wheeler, Republican candidate for the 28th state Senate seat, is this week's guest on Face the State. Julie discusses her views on medical marijuana, her 30 years of business experience, her upbringing and York County roots, and much more. Julie cites overregulation and high taxes as a couple of principal reasons she's running for the state Senate.