A WURD host also wonders: What’s with the $50 million wasted on new Philly PD headquarters?

By Charles D. Ellison

Guest Commentary: Disrupt the Machine

A longtime committee person argues that our current system of ward fiefdoms must be overturned for the sake of local democracy

By Karen Bojar

What Change Feels Like

Watch out, establishment—something is in the air. Now let’s make sure our new faces also think anew

By Larry Platt

REALITY CHECK: Really? Turnout was good?

In the first of a regular column, a WURD host calls Tuesday’s turnout a flat #resist re-mix—not a success

By Charles D. Ellison

Your City Defined: Ward System

How the city’s bizarro electoral system influences how you vote

By J.P. Romney

Is This Any Way To Elect Judges?

Tomorrow, most of you won’t know anything about the judges you vote for. How’d we get here?

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: Standing up for Prosecutors

A group of former Assistant DAs urges Philadelphians to vote no on Larry Krasner

By The Undersigned

Voting Tuesday? Here’s What You Need to Know

All about the election and the offices you’ll be voting on

By Nick Marzano

The Pro-Choice Election

Our City Controller debate this week showed why voters will be the real winners on Tuesday: They’ll have a real choice.

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

But Will They Keep You Safe?

The candidates for District Attorney all sound like they’re running for public defender. Are they just pandering?

By Larry Platt