Do Philadelphia’s Mayoral Candidates Care About the Environment?

Here’s why the managing editor of EcoWURD is doubtful about Cherelle Parker and David Oh

By Charles D. Ellison

Moderate Voters Won the 2023 Philadelphia Primary

Philly 3.0’s engagement editor on what last week’s election results mean for the city

By Jon Geeting

Who is Cherelle Parker?

Parker is poised to become the 100th — and first woman — mayor of Philadelphia. Here's what we know about her

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

The Stakes of the Election: The Leadership Question

This long campaign season ends tomorrow. Who is the leader we need for a better Philadelphia future?

By Sam Katz

Exclusive: Who Won The First Independent Poll of the Philly Mayor’s Race?

Find out who would become the next mayor if Election Day were today — and who would come out on top in a ranked choice vote — in our new poll with Committee of Seventy, Chamber of Commerce, Urban Affairs Coalition and FairVote

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Does It Matter That Cherelle Parker Once Went To Jail?

You decide. After a DUI conviction over a decade ago, the mayoral candidate spent three days behind bars. Here, testimony excerpts

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: Why Ed Rendell is For Rhynhart

The former mayor and governor's endorsement includes advice and a challenge on how to govern Philadelphia

By Edward G. Rendell

The Stakes of the Election: That’s Madam Mayor, Thank You

A former mayoral candidate-turned-award-winning documentarian amends his take on this year’s race for the city’s top post.

By Sam Katz