CitizenCast: Ideas We Should Steal Revisited—Open Primaries

As the number of Philadelphia citizens who identify as Independent increases, should the city finally consider open primaries?

By Malcolm Burnely and J.P. Romney

What We Know About The 2018 City Elections

Dozens of first-time candidates are running for committee person. The engagement director of Philly 3.0 breaks down what that looks like

By Jon Geeting

Redistricting Deconstructed: What is the 1st District?

With the state's new districts set to take effect in time for the May primary, a demographer breaks down what they really look like

By Jonathan Tannen

Redistricting Deconstructed: What is the 5th District?

With the state's new districts set to take effect in time for the May primary, a demographer breaks down what they really look like

By Jonathan Tannen

Redistricting Deconstructed: What is the 4th District?

With the state's new districts set to take effect in time for the May primary, a demographer breaks down what they really look like

By Jonathan Tannen

Redistricting Deconstructed: What is the 2nd District?

With the state's new districts set to take effect in time for the May primary, a demographer breaks down what they really look like

By Jonathan Tannen

Rage Against The Voting Machines

Officials will tell you Pennsylvania elections are secure because our machines aren’t connected to the internet. They’re wrong.

By Mark Dent

Champions of the Vote

A group of Fairhill residents are launching an effort to bring voters to the polls in May. Turns out, they’re the change they’ve been waiting for

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

What to do about a problem like Pat Meehan

PA’s 7th District is up for grabs—but not that kind of grabbing. Can we elect a woman, please?

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Turning Resistance Into Action

A year after Trumpocalypse, protests in Philly are down...but action is up

By Mark Dent