Meet the locals leading the charge against Trump’s policies.
DC insider Mike Allen drops a list with a notable omission.
The employee of Mayors Nutter and Kenney is the first potential challenger to Alan Butkovitz.
“It’s very sad to see what’s going on inside Philadelphia.”
He runs an office that’s basically tasked with telling other departments what they’re doing wrong and how they can do better.
All the good political vibes coming out of Philly for the DNC have vanished in a hurry.
He’ll be a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s Economic and Community Advisory Council, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Michael Nutter is being discussed as a potential replacement for Fattah should there be a special election.
Rather than call for Fattah to resign, politicians have expressed sadness.
Nutter’s administration listed 20 people as cabinet members in a January 2015 report. That would be larger than Kenney’s 16-person cabinet.
Nearly two months after the end of the Nutter administration, its employees have flocked to jobs in higher education, law consulting and politics.