Incumbent City Commissioner Comes Up 4 Signatures Short, Will Not Have The Chance To Defend Her SeatCommonwealth Court has rejected her appeal. Her name will not be on the May 19th Democratic Primary ballot in Philadelphia.
Incumbent City Commissioner Loses Court Fight To Be On May Primary Ballot, But Will AppealNow officially removed from the May 19th Democratic Primary ballot, incumbent City Commissioner Stephanie Singer, whose office runs elections, will appeal to Commonwealth Court.
Courtroom Efforts Continue To Get City Commissioner Singer Back on Election BallotIf the judge removes her from the ballot when the hearing resumes next week, says she she'll appeal to Commonwealth Court.
Singer's Attorney Hopes Post-Trial Motions Can Turn Around City Commissioner's Ballot HopesThis morning, a judge was poised to remove Stephanie Singer from the May 19th Democratic primary ballot, subject to post-trial motions from her attorney.
Philadelphia's Top Election Official May Get Tossed From May 19th Primary BallotStephanie Singer is being challenged in her re-election bid over her petition signatures.
City Commissioner Who Hasn't Voted in 3 Years: 'It's Personal' "I have made a choice and that's my private choice," said Anthony Clark, chairman of the panel that oversees Philadelphia's election process. "Thank you very much."
Report: Philadelphia Election Official Hasn't Voted in YearsThe head of the election watchdog group Committee of 70 reacts: "One would assume that the person who runs local elections would be the first in line to vote. ... I think it sends a very poor message to city voters."
City Election Official Hears Complaints of Dirty Tricks on Recent Primary DayThe hearing was hosted by city commissioner Stephanie Singer without approval of the City Commissioners' office, the body responsible for conducting elections in the City of Philadelphia.
Pa. Lawmakers Hear Stories of Philadelphia Election Day Chaos Caused by Voter ID LawA group of Pennsylvania legislators heard testimony from watchdog groups and voters on the state's new voter ID law and problems it may have caused at the polls on Election Day 2012.
Singer Ousted By Colleagues as Chair of Philadelphia City CommissionersIt was a coup by two of the three commissioners, making themselves co-chairmen of the panel.
Despite Law Being On Hold, PA Voters Can Expect To Be Asked For Photo IDElection judges are still required to ask Pennsylvania voters for a photo ID. However, at least for this election, voters are not required to show it.
Philadelphia Poll Workers To Receive Pay Increase?It’s too late for this week's elections, but Philadelphia City Council plans to take a look at whether the folks who work the polls on primaries and elections deserve better pay.