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City Commissioner Candidate: We Must Fight 2020 Vote Suppression Efforts

Voting rights advocate and attorney Kahlil Williams is one of 13 Democrats running in the highly contested two-seat race for city commissioner. We chat with […]

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Out Community Advocate Alex Deering Announces Historic Candidacy for State Rep

At 34 years old, community advocate Alex Deering wants to transform North Philadelphia and make history along the way. In an announcement released exclusively to Philadelphia magazine, […]

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OPINION: Why Rich Negrin Should Be Our Next DA

Next Tuesday our city will have the chance to vote for a new district attorney amid a federal investigation that’s put a dark cloud over […]

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LGBTQ&A: Henry Sias

Henry Sias is a transgender attorney and community advocate running for Court of Common Pleas judge. We speak with the trailblazing public figure on on […]

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OPINION: Black Politicians Are Going to Have to Earn My Vote From Now On

The most open forum in which to hear the unfiltered thoughts of black men in Philly is arguably the barbershop. No matter what our wealth, […]

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OPINION: Crowded District Attorney Race Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

There is an adage that goes: “To speak without thinking is to shoot without aiming.” Someone should have told that to former federal prosecutor Joe […]

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LGBTQ Celebrities Sound Off After Trump Victory

After Republican candidate Donald Trump won last night’s race for the presidency, LGBTQ celebrities reacted on Twitter about the news. It’s very clear none of […]

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The G Philly LGBTQ Voting Guide for 2016

Election Day is finally here! We hope you stay informed and exercise your right to vote. Resources for LGBTQ Voters on Election Day Voter Guides […]

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Philly, These Three Questions Could Be on Your May Ballot

The Philadelphia City Council passed legislation this week that would put three questions on the ballot in the May 19th primary. These are the pesky little queries that […]

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Equality PA Releases Endorsements 2014 Primary Election

Equality PA just released its list of endorsed candidates for the 2014 primary election, taking place on May 20th. Thirty-three lawmakers made the list, which […]

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State LGBT Groups Get Behind Philly Lt. Governor Candidate Mike Stack

A host of state LGBT organizations this week have endorsed Philadelphia State Senator Mike Stack‘s run for Lieutenant Governor. Among them is Philly’s Liberty City Democrats (LCDC), […]

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LGBT Voting Guide for Philly and Burbs

Equality Pennsylvania has released its voting guide for November 2013, and out of the eight endorsed candidates in Philadelphia and Southeast PA, two identify as […]

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Big LGBT Wins Last Night

As President Obama delivered his acceptance speech late last night (well, technically this morning), championing equality for everyone – including the LGBT community – there […]

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When I Enter the Voting Booth, I Won’t Be Alone

As a member of media, I try my best (publicly at least) to remain impartial in regards to politics. Those who know me, know me. […]

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Where to Watch the Election Results

Who will win – Mitt Romney or Barack Obama? While we can’t possibly forecast the results, we can tell you where to go to watch […]