An embarrassing failure for election pollsters | Opinion

Election polling is facing yet another reckoning following its uneven-at-best performance in this year’s voting.

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Supreme Court already failed its duty to protect Pa.’s election | Opinion

The Supreme Court punted its decision as to whether Pennsylvania election officials could count absentee ballots received after Nov. 3 — and may yet weigh in.
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Supreme Court already failed its duty to protect Pa.’s election | Opinion

The Supreme Court punted its decision as to whether Pennsylvania election officials could count absentee ballots received after Nov. 3 — and may yet weigh in.

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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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

‘Wait and see’ is an unsatisfying — but accurate — way to present election results | Opinion

Unpacking the meaning behind "red mirage" in the 2020 presidential election.

‘Wait and see’ is an unsatisfying — but accurate — way to present election results | Opinion

Unpacking the meaning behind "red mirage" in the 2020 presidential election.
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I’m a 74-year-old voter. I’ll take to the streets to support democracy if I have to. | Opinion

If there’s any sign this election is being illegally impeded, I will contact the Earth Quaker Action Team and the Raging Grannies to find out about demonstrations.

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

What to expect from The Inquirer while you’re expecting a president.

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Defunding police would be the first step in building a city where Walter Wallace Jr. would have survived | Opinion

Both private institutions and public offices must overhaul their budgeting priorities to promote community stability.

Opinion

Everyone, including those running for office, must be patient while all votes are counted | Opinion

Election integrity not a partisan issue — it is a deeply American one.

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Should America ditch the electoral college once and for all? | Pro/Con

Does the system crush the will of the American majority, or protect voters in a geographically diverse country?

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Philly archbishop: SCOTUS should uphold Catholic Church’s First Amendment rights | Opinion

Archbishop Nelson Pérez: We are being told that the Catholic Church must leave its faith at the door if it wants to serve those in need.

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Please be patient on Election Day, Philadelphia | Opinion

Mayor Kenney and City Commissioner Deeley: We expect long lines at the polls. So long as you are in line by the time the polls close at 8 p.m., you will be able to vote.

Opinion

I was a police chief. Here’s one way I would reform police in Philly and beyond. | Opinion

Police academy recruits should be unarmed in the first phase of their training because it would teach them to reflexively open the distance with people in crisis, use cover, and de-escalate.

Opinion

A fracking ban isn’t ‘political suicide’ in Pennsylvania | Opinion

Voters don't actually see a fracking ban as an existential threat.

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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.

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Trump, Jeff Sessions, and William Barr deserve blame for the unrest in Philly and beyond | Opinion

Former federal prosecutor: "This administration has done nothing but blame mayors and governors."

Opinion

I’ve had public mental health outbursts like Walter Wallace Jr. I’m alive because I’m white. | Opinion

I've lived with mental illness and worked as a care provider. In both arenas, I benefited tremendously from my white skin, which rendered me unthreatening.

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Travel guru Rick Steves: N.J. voters should legalize marijuana on Tuesday’s ballot | Opinion

Rick Steves: “I helped legalize marijuana in my state, Washington, back in 2012. And now, about a decade later, we’re glad we did.”

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