- More details of the FBI raids of Weldon's friends and family here and here. A closer look at one of the friends here.
- Overview of the final Santorum-Casey debate -- mellower than the first, but no more friendly -- here and here. Select topical quotes here. Ferrick offers his take on the event and the race.
- NAACP intends to monitor voting in Pennsylvania and a handful of other states.
- Philadelphia cabbies have complaints about their new GPS system, which can interfere with their meters, among other things.
- Does this constitute acknowledgment that Fattah is running for mayor? (Apparently not.)
- City Council takes first steps toward eliminating resign-to-run rules for Philadelphia city officials. It would appear as a ballot measure in May.
- The Inquirer endorses Joe Pitts in the 16th congressional district, about which I know almost nothing.
- Young Philly Politics starts to wrangle with what it means to be a progressive, in light of the choices and inevitable disagreements to come over city politics and politicians.
- Inga Saffron offers two pieces of interest, one exerpting some tips from a New York city planner and another noting a resurgence in marketing for high-priced condos in Center City.