Ideas We Should Steal, Revisited: Make. Voting. Easier.

We learned many things about Pennsylvania after yesterday’s midterm election. One of them: We should have a better way to vote

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

How To Up Your Election Day Game

It’s November 8. Election Day in Philadelphia. You voted. Or, you’re going to vote. There is still more you can do

By Lauren McCutcheon and Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Guest Commentary: Voting Today Matters Tomorrow

Even one vote in one election matters. Even better, says a Harrisburg leader, is making voting a habit from a young age

By Joanna McClinton

What Teens Who Can’t Vote Can Do

9 impactful ways teens can get involved in the upcoming elections — even if they’re not old enough to vote.

By Ethan Young

The (Vote) Play’s The (Vote) Thing

PA Youth Vote and activist theater company Just Act are using drama to activate the newest generation of voters. What can we learn from them on Voter Registration Day?

By Sarah Jordan

Ideas We Should Steal Revisited: Democracy Vouchers

In Seattle, giving residents cash vouchers to support political candidates has increased participation from both voters and candidates. Could it do the same in Philly?

By Quinn O'Callaghan

Ronnie Listens: How To Really Turn Out Voters

Philly’s “deep-canvassers” are using a startling — and potent — blend of vulnerable emotion to get people to the polls. Join us to become one of them before the November general election.

By Ronnie Polaneczky

The Citizen Recommends: 35 Doors Project

Indivisible Philadelphia is looking for volunteers to get out the vote in the most old-fashioned way possible: By knocking on doors (35 of them to be exact)

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy