Guest Commentary: The Vote is Safe
A computer engineering professor weighs in on the controversy surrounding the city’s new voting machines. His conclusion: They are A-Ok
Are we ready for voting reform?
State legislators have introduced a raft of bills to make voting easier. Philly 3.0’s engagement director says this could be the year that actually happens
Election? What election?
Since we went to the polls, it’s been business as usual in city government. Does it have to be?
21 Reasons to Vote Today
The outcome of today’s primary election will decide who leads Philly for the next four years. Here’s why that matters
Do Something: VOTE!!
This week, vote in the Primary Elections...and do some other stuff. But mostly, vote!
New Blood: 10th District Candidate Judy Moore
The first-time Council candidate is a true outsider who turned her own life around and now wants to do the same for her native Northeast
Who Will Win the Court of Common Pleas?
Whoever’s on top of the ballot, of course. An urban demographer breaks it down
Stop The Presses—We Had a Debate
Last night’s mayoral debate actually had some substance. Who knew?