The newest episode of 20 by Seventy takes a rollicking tour through the wit and wisdom of Bill Murray, the South Park underpants gnomes, something called "logic models," a new play about John Lewis and the Selma bridge, the Women's Marches and Indivisible.  Read More...

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David Thornburgh talks about how Seventy will heed the call for political renewal (including a campaign against gerrymandering), Alison Perelman of Philadelphia 3.0 discusses the effort to recruit millenials into the trenches of local politics, and an expert on called "ranked-choice voting" explains how it could transform the status quo. Read More...

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In the latest episode of our podcast 20 by Seventy, we discuss the prospect of young Philadelphians running for office, how Philly elections can tighten up, fake news, and more. Read More...

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Committee of Seventy CEO David Thornburgh explains why claims of massive voter fraud are a bunch of hooey. Also, in Episode 7, a tour of the new array of election apps to inform voters, and a few words from new, immigrant voters thrilled to be voting in an American election. Read More...

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Episode 6 of the 20 by Seventy podcast features the president of Open Primaries USA, digital pollster Nina Hoe of BeHeardPhilly, jerk chicken and crabcakes. Read More...

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In a sour election year, what does hope sound like? Hear it percolating in this episode taped at the American Experiments event in Philadelphia on the Democratic National Convention's first day. Civic tech and election reform leaders gathered to compare ideas for improving our politics, while showing off apps and handing out swag to a steady stream of curious voters. Read More...

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Juliana Reyes of Technical.ly Philly shares her reporting on an exodus of tech talent from the new Kenney administration, and Dawn McDougall of Code for Philly offers a more upbeat report on the state of civic tech in 20 by Seventy's fourth episode. Also, Committee of 70 CEO David Thornburgh reminds us what it takes to push innovation inside government. Read More...

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In this latest podcast on Philadelphia issues and politics, Billy Penn's Mark Dent talks about what's been attracting Millennials to the city and what could drive them away. And Seventy's David Thornburgh and Chris Satullo talk about the hidden, hopeful message inside the recent cascade of political corruption cases. Read More...

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In the 2nd episode of "20 by Seventy", we consider what Philly could learn from Uber, the consequences of political succession planning and what Hamilton can teach our city. Read More...

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Seventy's pilot podcast takes a look at a little-known elected office in Philadelphia: What is a City Commissioner, and how can an elected official get away with skipping work? Read More...

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