The Citizen Recommends: Early Morning Rave for Voting

Daybreaker co-founder Radha Agrawal brings her non-alcoholic, early morning dance party back to Philly to celebrate our freedom to celebrate (and vote). Join the fun outside City Hall on April 12

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

The New Urban Order: Vote Like Your City Depends On It …

because it does. And this year’s election may prove that

By Diana Lind

The Ultimate 2024 PA Primary Election Guide

The April 23 race includes important Attorney General, State Auditor and Senate races. Oh yeah, and that Presidential thing

By Julie Platt and Lauren McCutcheon

Mystery Shopper: ChatGPT, Can You Help Me … Vote?

A recent study found AI platforms to be 51 percent inaccurate when it comes to voting and election info. In the latest installment of our Mystery Shopper series, a Citizen voter tries to see if the AI tech can be helpful after all.

By Citizen Mystery Shopper

“What Does AG Stand For? Aspiring Governor”

Checking in with former Governor Tom Corbett, who spent 10 years as attorney general, on the one question he would ask this year’s AG candidates at our March 25 forum

By Larry Platt

Mystery Shopper: Being a Poll Worker in Philadelphia

Wondering what it’s like to be a poll worker for an election in Philadelphia? In the latest installment of our Mystery Shopper column, a local student shares his experience.

Listen: Ali Velshi on the Danger of the Protest Vote

The MSNBC anchor and Citizen Board member is not casting a protest vote in the general election, and neither should you. Here's why

By Ali Velshi

You Know There’s an AG’s Race, Right?

The office of Attorney General might be the last line of defense for the Commonwealth against oncoming autocracy. So shouldn’t we pay attention to the candidates who want the job?

By Larry Platt