Ballot Questions

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Voters to Settle Policy on Sexual Harassment Training for City Employees

A survey conducted last fall by the Association for Talent Development found that 71 percent of the nearly 1,000 human resources professionals polled by the global nonprofit […]

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The Art Museum, Navy Yard and Penn’s Landing Are Getting Major Upgrades

This past Tuesday, roughly 69 percent of the Philadelphians who actually made it out to the polls voted “yes” on ballot question No. 2, in which […]

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The No-Bullshit Guide to the 2016 Philadelphia Presidential Election

Only two days left. The most unbelievable election of our lifetimes is, mercifully, coming to an end. The vast majority of you know whether you’re […]

Ballot question on judicial retirement age
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How a GOP-Sponsored Ballot Question Could Help Philly

Next Tuesday, Philadelphia residents will get to vote for president and members of both the U.S. and state Senate and House. They’ll also have to […]

Pennsylvania constitutional amendment to abolish Philadelphia traffic court
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Voters Abolish Traffic Court, Approve Commission on African-American Males

Did Pennsylvanians finally put Traffic Court in the grave, once and for all? Le duh, as the French say. Though perhaps not by as wide […]

Pennsylvania constitutional amendment to abolish Philadelphia traffic court
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Abolishing Traffic Court Will Be Your Most Satisfying Vote Ever

Editor’s Note: This is an opinion column from Philadelphia magazine reporter Dan McQuade. There is much on the line in today’s Pennsylvania primary. Voters head […]

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Everything You Need to Know About the Philly Ballot Questions You’ll See Tuesday

Philadelphians will have a lot on their minds when they step into their voting booths on Tuesday: Do I vote for Hillary or Bernie? Trump, Cruz or […]

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The Three Philadelphia Ballot Questions Voters Will See Tuesday, in Plain English

Philadelphia voters will be asked three ballot questions in Tuesday’s primary election, but they’ll be awfully difficult to understand if you’re seeing them for the […]

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The Four Ballot Questions You’ll See Tuesday, in Plain English

There are four questions up for vote in Tuesday’s primary election, and often the legalese can be difficult to understand if you’re seeing the questions for […]

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All 3 Ballot Questions Pass Easily in Philadelphia

When Philadelphia voters headed to the polls yesterday, they also had choices on three ballot questions. Noncontroversial ballot questions tend to pass easily, and that’s […]