Tracking PA’s ‘Blue Wave’ in the House
As part of a series on the upcoming election, an urban demographer looks at how the state house races are likely to play out
Voting While Young
Philly 3.0’s engagement director breaks down Pennsylvania’s surge in youth voter registration
Ideas We Should Steal: Democracy NYC
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has a 10-point plan for increasing civic engagement across the city. We need the same in Philly
Notes from a Committee Person: How I Ran for Office—and Barely Won
In the first of a series, a young Philadelphian takes the political plunge for civic engagement—and bouncy houses
Jim Kenney’s Bad Day
Did the election results tell us something about the state of the Mayor’s popularity?
19 Reasons to Vote Today
Have you gone to the polls yet? There’s still time to make your choices known—and plenty of reasons to do so
The Choice Is Yours
In preparation for tomorrow’s primary, a recap of election coverage to help you navigate what’s at stake
The Year of the Woman?
Madeleine Dean is among a spate of women and newcomers hoping to ride an anti-Trump wave into office. Will the same old PA politics stop them?