In Northeast Philadelphia, changing demographics and diverse issues bring first-time voters to the polls

Majority-white neighborhoods are populated by cops, contractors, teachers, and other government workers forced to live within city bounds. But priorities are slowly changing in Philadelphia’s forgotten borough.

POWER Interfaith hopes to bring 100,000 voters to the polls — including young Black men disaffected by the system

Bishop Dwayne Royster and other members of the organization talk about voter engagement and suppression, ballot initiatives 1 and 3, and their efforts to make sure people vote this Tuesday — and beyond.