Opinion

Busting the ‘Latino vote’ myth is one silver lining of this hellacious election | Helen Ubi?as

We have to consider: It’s about ethnicity, national origin, classism, colorism, racism, religion, and so much more. Not to mention the tensions and self-appointed hierarchies between groups.

Opinion

How foreigners view 2020 presidential election: It isn’t pretty | Trudy Rubin

A confused election system, vote suppression, and a Trumpian declaration cause overseas anxiety about U.S. democracy.
Opinion

How foreigners view 2020 presidential election: It isn’t pretty | Trudy Rubin

A confused election system, vote suppression, and a Trumpian declaration cause overseas anxiety about U.S. democracy.

Opinion

America wakes up to a near worst-case scenario | Will Bunch Newsletter

A surprisingly smooth Election Day was a glide path to America’s crash landing
Opinion

America wakes up to a near worst-case scenario | Will Bunch Newsletter

A surprisingly smooth Election Day was a glide path to America’s crash landing
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Democracy thrived in daylight, but a long night for the American soul is just beginning | Will Bunch

Despite America’s deep division, there was an oddly Y2K feel about Election Day, as all the dire predictions about what could possibly go wrong ... didn’t.

Opinion

From Biden-blue suburbs to Trump-red Lancaster, a Pa. Election Day cloud | Maria Panaritis

'It's gonna explode' was the warning about violence from a Trump voter, while Democrats worried about Republican voter suppression.

Opinion

In this election, ‘You have to fight, but you also have to know when to get out’ | Helen Ubi?as

Don Lessem has spent the last four years parading around a "Dumping Trump" robot chastising the president. What's his plan for after the election?

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Opinion

The only way to follow 2020’s decisive state | Will Bunch Newsletter

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Opinion

Let’s show Trump that good things happen in Philadelphia by voting him out | Jenice Armstrong

Every single eligible resident who hasn’t already done so needs to get out and cast a ballot Tuesday, even if it means having to stand in a long line to do so. Bring your voting-age youngsters.

Opinion

Whoever wins, don’t let this election be the last of your fight | Helen Ubi?as

How will we fix what broke before, during and after Trump?

Opinion

Rising tide of violence, propaganda reveal Tuesday’s stakes for America: freedom or fascism? | Will Bunch

From West Philly to Texas to South Carolina, preelection violence by cops and Trump supporters brings America to the brink of a police state.

Opinion

‘A rough, rough year’: Our Pa. Election Day will be one of fear met by determination | Maria Panaritis

Conversations in a Delaware County voting line show how a potential record turnout on Tuesday is a matter of civic conviction unseen in generations.

Opinion

Philadelphia students tackle gun violence in the midst of a pandemic, election and racial reckoning | Helen Ubi?as

This week, about 200 students met online to tackle Philadelphia’s other epidemic — the city's relentless gun violence.

Column

With Frog’s kitchens closed, restaurant legend Steve Poses turns to politics | Craig LaBan

“I spent my whole career trying to create a good world by serving good food and a creating community around it with humanistic values.”

Opinion

Trump and Republicans are muscling toward a Pennsylvania election heist | Maria Panaritis

It's fourth down with four days to go, and democracy is on the line in Pennsylvania.

Opinion

Whether Trump wins or loses, the postelection fight to refresh democracy won’t be easy | Trudy Rubin

Why should we have assumed that democratic rights, like a free vote, would always come easy?

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