Articles by Jonathan Baer

04/28/15 10:53pm
Pennsylvania will be a crucial state, both in the primaries in April 2016, and in the general election on Nov. 8, 2016. 
04/28/15 12:50am
The former City Councilman At-Large has an even more decisive lead in endorsements than in the polls.
04/23/15 12:32am
Divestment movements are sweeping through higher education — though results at Penn have yet to be seen.
04/20/15 1:47am
Six Democratic candidates are vying to win the Democratic primary on May 19, and the race remains wide open.
04/14/15 1:03am
While Penn students might see Spring Fling as the biggest upcoming event, for those interested in Philadelphia politics, the Democratic mayoral primary race might be more exciting.
04/08/15 1:38am
The only Republican candidate running for mayor wants Philadelphians to have alternatives.
04/06/15 1:49am
Penn Divest from Displacement proposes that the University divest from corporations that profit through practices that displace people. 
04/01/15 12:01am
Democratic Candidate for Philadelphia Mayor Doug Oliver previously worked in the administration of Former Pennsylvania Governor and Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell.
03/23/15 1:08am
While the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 17 sparked worldwide debate over the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, student groups at Penn have been engaged in their own dialogue about the issue.
03/16/15 1:11am
The convention to elect the next Democratic nominee for president will be held at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on July 25, 2016.
03/05/15 12:46am
Pennsylvania is currently one of the 32 states with the death penalty.
02/26/15 2:05am
Student-run PACs at other schools are rare.
02/23/15 11:28pm
Republican legislators in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives just took the first step to get Pennsylvania out of the liquor business.
02/18/15 1:18am
A group of state senators have been working hard to make Pennsylvania the 24th state to legalize medical marijuana.
02/16/15 1:15am
Penn students might be quick to support a recent Republican proposal in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives: more liquor stores and cheaper alcohol.
02/12/15 12:04pm
Philadelphia has not hosted a Democratic National Convention since 1948
02/11/15 3:37pm
Matt Wolfe is the Republican Leader of the ward that encompasses a large portion of Penn’s campus.
02/08/15 12:15pm
Millennial votes are key to Doug Oliver's campaign. 
02/04/15 1:18am
According to the 2014 campaign finance report released on Monday, several Penn administrators have donated to Democratic candidates seeking election in the city primary this spring.
01/28/15 12:56am
Philadelphia's public schools face an $81 million budget deficit.
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