States that send a mail ballot to every voter really do increase turnout, scholars find

BY: - October 8, 2023

Lately, a rough consensus has emerged among people who study the impact of voting policies: Though they often spark fierce partisan fighting, most changes to voting laws do little to affect overall turnout, much less election results. But one fast-growing reform appears to stand out as an exception. When every registered voter gets sent a […]

A voting sign in Philadelphia

In Philadelphia, officials brace for a big turn out on Election Day

BY: - November 7, 2022

“I hope we see the same numbers we saw in 2020, or even more, because this Senate seat is extra important due to the fact that the balance of the Senate could be determined by Pennsylvanians,” City Commissioner Lisa Deeley said.

MAP: Here’s an (unofficial) look at the 2021 Election Day turnout rates in Pa. counties

BY: - November 3, 2021

As results continue to trickle in from Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, unofficial results provide a preliminary glimpse at voter turnout rate in each county.