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All Voters Vote in HD 190 Special Election
But independents to be shut out of April presidential primary
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American Experiments on July 25
The best ideas from America's civic tech and political reform communities to help reinvigorate democracy in the US were showcased in American Experiments on July 25.
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BallotReady and Committee of Seventy to Pilot New Voter Tool for Philadelphia Elections in 2017
BallotReady’s New CivicEngine helps prepare voters for Election Day
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Bipartisan Open Primaries Legislation Introduced
BIPARTISAN OPEN PRIMARIES LEGISLATION INTRODUCED Proposal would allow 900,000 independent voters to vote on candidates in taxpayer-funded primary elections
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Blue Ribbon Commission on Election Security Issues Final Report
Report urges voter-marked paper-ballot systems for 2020 elections
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Born to Run: A Beginner's Guide to Running for Office
Ever wonder how lesser-known candidates fund their campaigns? Wondering what being in office is really like? Or just wondering how to get your own campaign up and running?
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Broad Based Coalition Calls for City Council to Create a new Department of Elections
To be administered by Election Director appointed by the Mayor with oversight by appointed, bipartisan Philadelphia Board of Elections
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Buchholz Fellow Adam Robinson Interview Delaware Co. Controller Joanne Phillips
Adam Robinson is the Corporate Partnerships Officer for the Museum of the American Revolution, where he leads the Museum’s relationships with dozens of supportive companies and manages its Corporate Advisory Council. Joanne Phillips is the County Controller of Delaware Co., where she oversees the County's funds.
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Buchholz Fellow Eric Stahl interviews Bucks Co. DA Matt Weintraub
Eric A. Stahl is an associate in the Mass Tort, Product, and Consumer Litigation Group of Crowell & Moring LLP, where he advises clients on complex litigation, risk management, and regulatory compliance. Matt Weintraub is the District Attorney of Bucks County, with 25 years of experience as a prosecutor. He was appointed District Attorney in 2016 and began his first full 4-year term as DA in 2017.
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Buchholz Fellow Sandy Vogel Interview with Court of Common Pleas Judicial Candidate Mark Moore
Sandy Vogel is the Assistant Director at the Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies, an undergraduate research center focused on conducting public opinion research and training the next generation of social science researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. Judge Moore was appointed by Tom Wolf to the Court of Common Pleas on an Interim basis.