#PHL2015: Introducing Billy Penn’s Lego Results Tracker

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Hi folks!

We’re trying something new for tonight’s Mayoral Primary… we were quite taken with Mashable‘s outstanding Lego tracker of the recent Parliamentary election, we figured we’d do our own version.

We’ve already turned the candidates into Emoji. So now, let’s see what they look like as Lego people, hm?

Lynne Abraham

Nelson Diaz

Jim Kenney

Doug Oliver

Milton Street

Anthony Hardy Williams

 

Much better!

So, as results come in, we’ll keep track of who’s winning with bar charts topped off by that candidate’s Lego-head. The top head on the chart gets put atop the Lego mayor figure. Make sense? Kind of! Welcome to election night results, Billy Penn-style.

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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.