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

Election Winners and Losers

Ryan Boyer, Bob Brady and the anti-Gym forces exulted. Progressives, David Oh and democracy? Not a great night. Here, a report card

By Larry Platt

The 2023 Primary: Why Philadelphians Voted

Tuesday’s primary lacked the splash, buzz and — more than likely — turnout of recent Presidential elections. But those who did vote did it with intention, optimism — and Philly swagger

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

How To Up Your (Primary) Election Day Game

May 16 is Primary Election Day in Philadelphia. You voted. Or, you’re going to. There is still more you can do

By Lauren McCutcheon and Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

City Council Election 2023: Is Robin Jervay Aluko Good for Democracy?

The 5th District candidate is running as a write-in candidate for Darrell Clarke’s old seat. Here’s why she’s doing it

By Josh Kruger

City Council Election 2023: Drew Murray Wants to be the Republican You Vote For

The second-time City Council at-large candidate plans to lower taxes, find government savings and be a moderate voice on the increasingly progressive body

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

City Council Election 2023: John B. Kelly III Wants Philly to Own Green Energy

The son, grandson and nephew of the famous Philadelphia (and Monaco) Kellys is running for Councilmember at-large with a plan to transform PGW for a sustainable future

By Erin Flynn Jay

City Council Election 2023: Rue Landau for Communicator-at-Large?

The attorney who helmed the City’s Human Relations and Fair Housing commissions believes Philadelphia’s problems can be solved with clear communication and dogged implementation

By Lauren McCutcheon