PoliticsPA Poll: Should PoliticsPA split state House & Senate election updates into a separate daily article?

This is what it looks like now.

Help PoliticsPA be a better news source for you. We want to know what you think: would you find it easier to read if we created a separate post for our daily updates on state House and Senate races?

Right now, the “Legislative Election Updates” feature is incorporated into the the Morning Buzz. As a result, the Buzz is massively long and sometimes items seem buried. However, the current one-article, one-email setup may be more convenient.

What do you think? Please vote.

Should PoliticsPA split state House & Senate election updates into a separate daily article?


  • No. It's fine where it is, as part of the Morning Buzz. (59%)
  • Yes. (29%)
  • Yes, and there should also be a separate daily email. (12%)

Total Voters: 326

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March 30th, 2012 | Posted in Features, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 5 Comments

5 thoughts on “PoliticsPA Poll: Should PoliticsPA split state House & Senate election updates into a separate daily article?”

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  2. Ben says:

    I like it in the morning buzz but when you do the legislative update break that up into two parts:

    Legislative Elections Update

    House

    HD-X info
    HD-X2 info
    HD-X3 info

    Senate

    etc.

  3. Yes, I would enjoy a separate post for that stuff. Morning Buzz is kind of overwhelming. Thanks for the links though!

    Also, any particular reason Opinion and Blogs are listed separately?

  4. Jack says:

    You have a bigger issue to address. The homepage ad for Philly is really slowing down the page-loading.

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