Philadelphia Mayor’s Race
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.
Anthony Williams Downplays Polling Data Showing Jim Kenny With Strong Lead In Philadelphia Mayor’s Race
Mayoral candidate Anthony Williams maintains his campaign remains “competitive” leading up to Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Philadelphia, despite polling data that shows Jim Kenney with a substantial lead.
Education, housing and jobs are the issues that pulled Keith Goodman, pastor of the North Philadelphia Seventh-day Adventist Church, into the race for mayor.
A former spokesman for Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has joined the list of Democratic candidates vying to succeed the mayor.
Former District Attorney Lynne Abraham and State Senator Anthony Williams are both expected to formally announce today they’re running for mayor of Philadelphia.
In the democratic primary for Mayor of Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter and his opponent Milton Street cast their votes early Tuesday morning and urged people to vote.
Pennsylvania’s primary election is set for May 17th, but if you want to vote in the election you have to register by the end of today.
Milton Street will be back before a Philadelphia judge Monday as he fights Mayor Nutter’s efforts to kick him off the May primary ballot.
Millionaire and former mayoral candidate Tom Knox has decided not to try again — he will not challenge incumbent Michael Nutter’s bid for re-election.
The only person so far ready to challenge Mayor Nutter in the May Democratic primary is none other than Milton Street — former state senator, brother of former Mayor John Street, and most recently a prison inmate.