Josh Shapiro for VP?

The first-term governor is rumored to be on the shortlist for Vice Presidential candidate on a Kamala Harris ticket. Here’s what we know about him

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

How is This Guy Getting MAGA Support? 

A confluence of factors and unique political talents explains Governor Josh Shapiro’s astounding popularity in the polls — even among those with whom he disagrees

By Larry Platt

Freedom Fighter

Does Governor Shapiro have a winning argument for Biden and the Dems in the fall? Judging by how many are borrowing it from him, yes

By Larry Platt

Ideas We Should Steal: AI in Government (No, Really!)

Earlier this month, Sheriff Rochelle Bilal showcased how public officials should not deploy Artificial Intelligence. But like other cities, we can harness the new technology for good

By Malcolm Burnley

Is Philly About to Decide Democracy’s Future … Again?

Voter turnout in the biggest city of our key swing state is trending dangerously downward. Is Philly about to end democracy after saving it four years ago? Governor Shapiro has a warning for us

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: A Blueprint For Quality Schools

A local education leader urges school officials and other civic stakeholders to come together around a singular vision for Philly’s students — one that creates opportunity

By Stacy Holland

Sanity and Hope for Higher Ed

Governor Shapiro’s vision for the state college system offers a path for more residents to get the education they need. A long-time university president lays out why it matters

By Elaine Maimon

Saving Pennsylvania Moms

The U.S. has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world – especially among Black women. State Representative Morgan Cephas is on a mission to change that

By Jessica Blatt Press