2017 General Election

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South Jersey Official Who Mocked D.C. Women’s March Defeated by a Woman

An Atlantic County official known for mocking the January 2017 Women’s March on Facebook was defeated by a woman on Tuesday. Republican Freeholder John Carman, […]

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In the Trump Era, Voter Turnout Skyrockets in Philly’s District Attorney Race

Voter turnout was 69 percent higher in Philadelphia on Tuesday than in the last district attorney’s race in 2013 — and all of the ballots haven’t been counted […]

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Against Philly’s Wishes, Pa. Inches Toward Property Tax Reform

Those who exercised their democratic right in Pennsylvania yesterday had the chance to answer the following ballot question: Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to permit the […]

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The No-Bullshit Guide to the 2017 Philadelphia General Election

The last time there was a general election for district attorney of Philadelphia, only 12 percent of registered voters went to the polls. That means less than one-eighth […]

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Republican DA Candidate Hired Consultant Who Pleaded Guilty to Assaulting His Girlfriend

Beth Grossman, the Republican nominee for district attorney of Philadelphia, has a crystal-clear campaign message: She is the sole prosecutor in the race and a […]

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Are You Registered to Vote? Tuesday Is the Deadline

If you’re not registered to vote in the general election this fall, you’d better move fast: You have less than 24 hours to make your voice […]