Turnout overall for Philadelphians ages 18-to-34 was 29 percent, well below the overall city turnout of 40 percent.
The veteran Philly politician looks back at a decades-long career as his federal trial looms: “When the game is over and you lost, you look at your record.”
More Republicans in Philadelphia voted for Donald Trump than voted at all in the 2008 presidential primary.
Some of your neighbors wanted Trump while others were seriously feelin' the Bern.
14,202 Pennsylvanians voted for the guy with same name as Philly's famous movie character, but most of them weren't from Philadelphia.
At a campaign rally in South Philly, Katie McGinty thanked supporters -- and hit on Pat Toomey and Donald Trump.
“You took a small town mayor from a forgotten steel town in Pennsylvania and made him a candidate for U.S. Senate,” the tatted-up Harvard grad told a crowd of supporters. “I couldn’t be more grateful.”
The Philadelphia native took about 45 percent of the statwide vote to defeat Joe Sestak and John Fetterman.
Fattah conceded the race shortly after 10 p.m.
“There’s much more that unites us,” she said of the former Vermont Senator, “than divides us.”
Both CNN and the Associated Press called the race for Trump within a minute of polls closing. It was an odd sight for most Philadelphians.
Networks in Philly have aired about nine political ads per hour in the last week.
Protestors interrupted the former president's speech Thursday in Mt. Airy.
Sestak supporters believe the lack of support from Democratic insiders gives him the best chance to win in this anti-establishment election year.