Meet your 2015 mayoral candidates’ emoji: Williams, Kenney, Abraham, Diaz, Oliver and Street get animated

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We

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 emojis here at Billy Penn. You’ve seen us live-emoji-tweet everything from debates to Gov. Tom Wolf’s inauguration. And, as a public service, we felt like we’d add a little something to the 2015 race for mayor of Philadelphia.

So we asked our fabulous designer, Jayna Wallace, to turn the candidates into their own emoji.

Without further ado: The 2015 Mayoral Emoji.

Lynne Abraham:

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Nelson Diaz:

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Jim Kenney:

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Doug Oliver:

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Milton Street:

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Anthony Hardy Williams:

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And, just for funsies, we built one for incumbent Mayor Michael Nutter:

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Happy emoji-ing, guys!

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Chris Krewson is the executive director of LION Publishers, a national nonprofit association that serves local journalism entrepreneurs build sustainable news organizations, and the founding editor of Billy Penn. He lives in Havertown.