2018 Elections

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Hey, Philly, This App Tells You Which of Your Friends Don’t Vote

With every election comes voter turnout analysis. Did voters swarm the polls? Was turnout dismal? Why or why not? What do the numbers mean about the state […]

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Naturally, There Were More Bible Problems in Philadelphia on Election Day

A heck of a lot of people voted in Philadelphia on Election Day, with the city reporting that it was the highest turnout for a […]

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3 Big Takeaways From the 2018 Midterms (and Other Results to Know)

Across the nation, the 2018 midterm election brought a mix of surprises, upsets, first-time wins and, if not a blue wave as Democrats had hoped, at least […]

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Election Day in Philly: All Signs Point to High Voter Turnout (So Far)

All signs are pointing to strong voter turnout on Tuesday for the 2018 midterm election. To start, an election turnout tracker by Sixty-Six Wards — […]

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City Tells Poll Workers to Keep Bibles Out of Sight on Election Day

In May, we told you about a controversy that had developed on Primary Day after some voters noticed that bibles were on display in their […]

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7 Election Day Problems You Should Most Definitely Report

The long-awaited and highly contentious 2018 midterm elections are finally here. In Philadelphia, that means 8,000 election volunteers showing up to work a 14-hour day […]

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The No-B.S. Guide to the 2018 Midterm Election

Make no mistake: This year’s general election will be one for the books. The nation anxiously awaits November 6th to see how Donald Trump’s unprecedented presidency […]

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Philly-Area Media Chain Tells Readers: Don’t Vote for a Single Republican

With the most contentious midterm elections in memory coming up in a matter of days, news publications across the country are publishing their endorsements of […]

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Philly Voter Registration Is Way Up. What Does That Mean for Turnout?

Philly voter registration saw a major jump ahead of the midterm elections this November 6th. Nearly 29,000 more people registered to vote in the city […]

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Tuesday Is the Last Day to Register to Vote. What Are You Waiting For?

Tuesday is the last day to register to vote in the midterm election this November, Philly. So what are you waiting for? If you haven’t […]

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Here’s What to Do If You Spot Voting Shenanigans on Primary Day in Philadelphia

In response to the controversy surrounding last year’s special election in the state House’s 197th District in North Philadelphia, DA Larry Krasner has mobilized a […]

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2018 Pennsylvania Primary: What to Know Ahead of the Election

Hey, Philadelphia voters: The Pennsylvania primary is on Tuesday, and we hope you’re ready. If not, we’ve put together a handy little guide to get […]

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We Asked John Fetterman If He’s a Sheetz or Wawa Guy

If you don’t know John Fetterman by now, you should. A physically striking man often clad in black, Fetterman is not exactly someone you’d expect to […]

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The Democrats’ Battle Plan for the Philly ’Burbs

Ryan Costello is being a good sport. He really is. The Republican Congressman is holding his second town hall this year in his suburban district. […]