Abraham told her supporters tonight that she’s not sad at all, and that she was proud to be only the second woman to run for Philadelphia mayor.
Today is decision day for the voters of Pennsylvania.
Today’s primary election has the parties choosing not only nominees for mayor, but for all 17 seats on City Council.
The Philadelphia mayoral primary takes place May 19, 2015.
The vision is the same for all candidates. Anthony Williams, Lynne Abraham and Jim Kenney all want safer streets, better schools, and a thriving economy.
The forum was sponsored by Global Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization that works to promote the city internationally.
CBS 3 Eyewitness News spoke with Philadelphia mayoral candidate Lynne Abraham.
This week brings the first broadcast ads of former City Councilman Jim Kenney and former D-A Lynne Abraham. They’re not the first, of course. State Senator Anthony Williams jumped in with his own ads last month; former PGW executive Doug Oliver last week. And independent political committees have been running ads in support of Kenney and Williams.
A forum for the six Democratic mayoral candidates was held at Community College of Philadelphia Thursday night.
“I’m drinking water today,” she said at a candidates’ forum in Old City, “something I almost never do.”
Philadelphia mayoral candidate and former district attorney Lynne Abraham collapsed during a debate Tuesday night.
The questions, from Central’s Class 274, covered a wide variety of issues.
The poll was conducted by a Washington-based firm called “The Mellman Group” on behalf of Lynne Abraham.
The six candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Philadelphia mayor took part in a forum hosted by the Business Association of West Parkside.
Senator Anthony Williams had $426,000 still on hand at the end of 2014, the largest cash-on-hand total of all the announced and presumptive candidates.