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The Bar’s candidates did much better where volunteers handed out literature at polling places in May.
Seth Williams spent $128,000 and dropped out.
But it’s not ~all~ good news, according to new figures released Tuesday.
The self-described progressive on the police union, public schools and his first 100 days.
A strong base of support bolstered the avowed reformer; George Soros dropped $1M, too.
It’s a huge bump over what Philly has seen in recent DA races.
He’s the civil rights attorney who had backing from George Soros.
Maybe that’ll help you decide.
Total spending could easily hit $5 million in the primary. Last time, it topped out at $2 million.