Vote Early. Be Counted.

City officials warn of more delays in counting votes in November. Philly 3.0’s engagement director seconds their advice: Mail in your ballots a week ahead.

By Jon Geeting

An Argument For Funding The Police

Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw on her crime fighting plan, which is full of state-of-the-art reforms. So here’s a novel thought…why not fund it?

By Larry Platt

Will the legislature turn blue in 2020?

With Joe Biden leading in the polls, Philly 3.0’s engagement editor says, it just may be possible

By Jon Geeting

How Jim Kenney Lost The City

Murders raging. Trash piling up. Police both running amok and turning a blind eye to enforcing laws. How’d we get here?

By Larry Platt

WATCH: Virtual Event with Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin

At our virtual town hall, we learned how the millennial mayor is revamping government, including doing something revolutionary in politics: putting citizens first

By Jessica Blatt Press

The Closest Thing to Printing Money

The housing density bonus has put $10 million into City coffers for affordable housing. It could do even more, Philly 3.0’s engagement editor notes—if certain Councilmembers would get out of the way

By Jon Geeting

Virtual Town Hall: Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin

The progressive mayor of the Alabama city will talk about building equity, fueling growth and removing confederate statues

Your City Defined: Sheriff’s Office

Here’s a breakdown—and a little history—about the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office

By J.P. Romney