Will Philly votes swing the state?
Philadelphia contains 20 percent of the state’s voters. An urban demographer charts what that means for the Presidential primary on April 28
Who Will Win the Court of Common Pleas?
Whoever’s on top of the ballot, of course. An urban demographer breaks it down
What We Talk About When We Talk About Turnout
November’s midterm saw a higher turnout than any in recent memory. An urban demographer breaks down what that really means
Tracking PA’s ‘Blue Wave’ in the Senate
As part of a series on the upcoming election, an urban demographer looks at how the state Senate races are likely to play out
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
As Goes Philly, So Goes the Guv
An urban demographer lays out how the city’s votes in the upcoming race for Governor can sway the election—assuming, of course, the city votes
Tracking the Election
An urban demographer wants to count your vote in real time on May 15th. Could it be the key to getting out more votes?
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