Philly’s Doomsday Election Night Scenario

A longtime political mad genius has an answer to Trump’s challenge to the legitimacy of November’s election. Oh yeah, and he just got out of prison.

By Larry Platt

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

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

Why Biden’s housing plan is good for Philly

The Presidential candidate wants to make Housing Choice Vouchers an entitlement. Philly 3.0’s engagement director on what that means here

By Jon Geeting

Guest Commentary: Who’s Protecting Our Vote?

A two-hour “prank” during a meeting last week seems to prove the City Commissioners don’t take seriously their role in making our elections safe and easy. A former commissioner candidate calls them to account

By Jen Devor

Guest Commentary: Remembering Ax Handle Saturday

Pres. Trump’s Republican Convention speech will be on the 60th anniversary of Jacksonville’s biggest anti-Black race riot. A local lawyer who grew up in the Florida town wants to ensure we remember the past

By Johnny Myers

How To Speed Up The Vote Count

It’s taken nearly two weeks to count ballots from the June 2 primary. Philly 3.0’s engagement director with ways to avoid democracy-threatening delays for the general election

By Jon Geeting

Where things stand in the 2020 primary

Last week we had the weirdest, most chaotic primary in recent history. Philly 3.0’s engagement director breaks down what we know so far.

By Jon Geeting