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April 26, 2021
Buchholz Fellow Mariya Khandros Interview with Greg Yorgey-Girdy
Greg Yorgey-Girdy is judge-elect of the Philadelphia Municipal Court, and ran in the May 2021 primaries.
April 20, 2021
National Popular Vote Program
Rep. Chris Rabb & Beth Goldstein Huxen (Beppy Goldstein) of National Popular Vote discuss the effort to align the electoral college with the popular vote in presidential elections with the Committee of Seventy's & League of Women Voters of Philadelphia's Lauren Cristella
March 25, 2021
Philly Youth Vote Interviews Tianna Kalogerakis
Students from Central HS and Girls HS in Philly interview Tianna Kalogerakis, Past President of the Barristers Association of Philadelphia, about the Bar Association’s judicial ratings and why they are an important resource for voters ahead of Primary Election Day on May 18th.
December 15, 2020
Bodine HS Students Interview State Rep. Mary Louise Isaacson
Students from Mr. de Arana's Social Science class interviewed Rep. Isaacson about school funding and other public policy issues.
November 05, 2020 • Elections and Voting
Committee of Seventy Denounces President's Attack on Democracy, Calls to Finish the Count
In this Commonwealth and in every state across the country, counted votes are legal votes, and every vote must be counted. Our votes have been cast. Now we are completing their count, and we must defend the integrity of that process. We must defend our democracy.
November 04, 2020
Gerry Sweeney on the Importance of Seventy's Mission
Gerry Sweeney, President and CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust.
November 04, 2020
Michael Stiles speaks at Seventy Minutes and about Seventy's Work
Michael Stiles, Chair of the Committee of Seventy Board of Directors, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and city prosecutor, shares why he believes Seventy's work is essential.
November 04, 2020
Gov. Tom Wolf Speaks at Seventy Minutes
Gov. Tom Wolf assures Pennsylvanians that voting in the Commonwealth will be safe, secure, and fair.
November 02, 2020 • Elections and Voting
Life Cycle of a Mail-In Ballot
What happens after you drop off your mail-in ballot? Watch this video to discover the step by step process for validating, scanning and counting mail-in ballots in Philadelphia's 2020 General Election.
November 02, 2020
Rover Training and Q&A
Seventy provides tutorials on working at the polls and covers topics and frequently asked questions.