Guest Commentary: Protect the Vote
Some Commissioner candidates urge the City to rethink its planned purchase of expensive, possibly unsafe voting machines
Guest Commentary: “Urgent crises are being neglected”
A Mayoral primary challenger lays out his vision, in the last of three pieces from the campaigns
Corruption Is On The Ballot…In Chicago!
Can the Windy City’s stunning mayoral election results serve as an object lesson for Philly?
The Shame of the Sheriff’s Race
Two women, both African American, are running to unseat accused sexual harasser Sheriff Jewell Williams this year. Did you even know?
Joe Biden Embraced Me and I Loved It
The VP's handsiness comes from a bygone political tradition. Is it a candidacy-imperiling crisis?
The Citizen Recommends: Breaking Through Gridlock
Join Civic Series, in partnership with The Citizen, for a workshop on how to have productive conversations in polarized political times
Is Allan Domb Running for Mayor?
And other speculations from the political class as election season revs up
“What’s Missing is Boldness”
The City announced its new sexual harassment policies this month, and two state legislators proposed a new way to review harassment claims in Harrisburg. They are a start anyway