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news/Press Releases
Campaign for Election Reform and Modernization Will Continue Despite Commonwealth Court Decision
Better Government Advocates Press Need to Reform City Commissioners Office
event/Open to the Public
Can We Talk?
Please join us to strike a blow for the notion that America isn’t doomed to division. Some hard work needs doing, but we can do it. Beginning here, in Philadelphia.
issue/Extension Activities
Candidate Interviews
Host a candidate interview in your classroom. (60 minutes)
Carol Kuniholm of Fair Districts PA on Redistricting
Committee of Seventy, Rep. Jared Solomon, the Northeast Times and the League of Women Voters-Philadelphia hosted a legislative summit on the topic of election reform featuring experts on some of the most pressing issues facing our democracy.
event/Open to the Public
Celebrate Constitution Day and Slay the Gerrymander
Join the Committee of Seventy and the University of Pennsylvania’s Office of Government and Community Affairs on September 17th to Celebrate Constitution Day and Slay the Gerrymander.
video/Elections and Voting
Central and Girls High students interview Auditor General candidate Nina Ahmad
by PhillyYouthVote and Studio C70
video/Elections and Voting
Chat with Commissioner Lisa Deely
Chat with Lisa Deely, the Chair of the City Commissioner
event/Open to the Public
Citizen Mouth Off 2016: Poverty, Philadelphia's Greatest Crisis
Established cross-sector moderators will lead discussions with advocates doing real, on-the-ground work fighting poverty. The goal of each conversation is to formulate or refine solutions addressing poverty.
event/Open to the Public
Citizens' First Vote Celebration
The Committee of Seventy and the Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians are co­-presenting Citizens' First Vote, a lively celebration of the first ballot cast by naturalized citizens, featuring food, music and an opportunity to share the joy of voting for the first time.
news/Press Releases
City Commissioners Approve New Voting System for Philadelphia
City on track to safeguard 2020 elections, but City officials must address confusion and distrust