https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/i-d-do-it-again-jess-king-lancaster-stands-up/article_66346764-eaba-11e8-829a-0bb9272a3d63.html

https://thefern.org/2018/10/can-jess-king-flip-the-farmers-of-lancaster-county/

https://www.thenation.com/article/can-a-group-of-scrappy-young-activists-build-a-road-map-to-progressive-power-in-pennsylvania/
https://theintercept.com/2018/09/15/jess-king-pennsylvania-lancaster-stands-up/

They're Young and They Want Change. Now They're Ready to Vote for the First Time.

LANCASTER, Pa. - On an overcast afternoon this month, a block party was in full swing, the hot dogs were going fast, and Chris Underhill, freshly graduated from high school, was savoring a new milestone: He had registered to vote for the first time.

https://inequality.org/great-divide/geo-group-lancaster-county/

Is This Small City the Future of Democratic Engagement in America?

It's a fine spring Sunday in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and most people in this decidedly pious city in the heart of Amish country are at home or at church celebrating the Sabbath. Even the famous Central Market-with its traditionally dressed vendors, its German delicacies, its Muenster cheeses and cured meats -is closed.