Mayoral Candidates Cast Their Votes In PhiladelphiaThe two candidates first to vote were former judge Nelson Diaz in Chestnut Hill and State Senator Anthony Hardy Williams at Anderson Elementary in Cobbs Creek.
Candidate Williams Concentrates on Union Support, Sidesteps Questions About School FundingA report released by progressive groups and supporters of public education says three wealthy Main Line hedge fund partners are spending millions on advertisements for Williams in the waning weeks of the campaign.
Philly Mayoral Candidate: 'Police Interactions With African-American Men Do Not Happen In A Vacuum'Mayoral candidate Doug Oliver talked with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT midday host Dom Giordano about his comments recently at a forum.
Issues Emerge In 2015 Race For Philadelphia MayorA big question in the race -- will the collapse of the deal to sell PGW to a private company turn out to be a big issue? Mayoral candidate Lynn Abraham thinks so.
State Senator Anthony Williams Joins Race For Philadelphia MayorState Senator Anthony Williams wants the top job in city government.
Phila. City Controller Stands By 311 Call Center Accusations"The most egregious problem ... is the approximately $160,000 overtime in 311 for the period studied," he said, adding, "They're working in a secret VIP call center that doesn't comply with what the job description says."
Lynne Abraham Plans To Run For Mayor of Philadelphia in 2015Lynne Abraham intends to run for mayor of Philadelphia in 2015.
Longtime City Official Says She's Ready To Run For Philadelphia MayorTerry Gillen was a deputy commerce director under former mayor Ed Rendell and was head of the Redevelopment Authority under Mayor Nutter.
Sam Katz Resigns from PICA, Vague On Future Mayoral PlansCould onetime mayoral candidate Sam Katz run again for mayor next year?
Frank Rizzo Jr. On Verge of Announcing Run For Phila. Mayor -- As a DemocratMeanwhile, former Philadelphia DA Lynne Abraham is close to declaring that she will also be a candidate.
John Street Eyes Independent Run Against NutterUS Rep. Bob Brady, the longtime leader of the Democratic City Committee, says John Street, the former mayor, is "serious" about running against Mayor Nutter as an Independent in the November 8th general election.