What Do The Election Results Really Say for Philly?

Progressives got shellacked. Will Philly Dems double-down on democratic socialism—or finally embrace being a governing party?

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: 12 Candidates for 12 Judicial Vacancies—An Electoral Joke

A prominent public interest attorney walks us through the farce of electing judges in Philadelphia

By Richie Feder

Guest Commentary: Vote “Yes” to More Housing Trust Funds

Ballot Question #4 this fall asks Philly voters to approve more money for affordable housing. The Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations says it’s what we need now.

By Rick Sauer and Maria Gonzalez

Guest Commentary: Unions Are On the Ballot This Election Season

Judicial elections, a local union head notes, can have lasting impacts on labor in Pennsylvania. That’s why everyone needs to cast a ballot.

By Chris Woods

It’s Voting Season in PA!

Mail-in ballots for the 2021 general election in Pennsylvania are on their way to your mailbox. Here’s what you need to know to vote this fall.

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

Who Ran for Judge in PA in 2021?

Pennsylvanians will choose the people presiding over courts from city to state this year. Here’s what you need to know to cast your ballot.

By Jen Devor

Voters’ Guide: Pennsylvania General Election 2021

Voting by mail this fall, or heading to the polls on November 2? Our voters' guide lays out everything that will be on your ballot.

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

The Citizen Voter Guide: Primary Election 2021

Heading to the polls on May 18? Our voter guide lays out everything you need to know to vote like a champ.

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff