Now retired, he served on Philadelphia Municipal Court for 34 years and faced disciplinary issues twice.
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The real estate mogul-turned-public servant waited three months after resigning from Council to formally announce his candidacy.
After almost five years as city controller, she resigned her position to set eyes on Philadelphia’s top office.
María Quiñones Sánchez nunca tuvo el apoyo del Partido Demócrata. Aquí le decimos como su probable reemplazo, Quetcy Lozada, ganó ese apoyo clave.
Con los líderes del distrito apoyándola en el asiento del Concejo Municipal del 7º distrito, Lozada ve las elecciones especiales de noviembre como solo el comienzo.
Maria Quiñones Sánchez never had Democratic party backing. Her likely replacement won that key support.
The district seats are considered higher priority, since those residents are now lacking representation.
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The Northwest Philly legislator, who resigned his seat this week, has a law degree and experience in the financial industry.
The former state rep is stepping down as district councilmember.
The four-term councilmember on Tuesday resigned her seat and announced her candidacy.
“I’m not doing this as a gimmick for the brand,” said Terrill Haigler, who is centering his platform around cleaning up Philly.
The 46th president praised Independence Hall as a symbol of his subject matter: the “fundamentals” of U.S. democracy.
The Senate candidate ordered a sandwich from both of the city’s most famous steak stands, but only got a reply from one.
With a year and a half left in his term, Philadelphia’s 99th mayor once again faces mounting calls for his resignation.
Councilmembers Allan Domb and Derek Green both say they might not return, stopping just short of declaring for mayor
But they could wait until September to formally resign — for a few different reasons.
Despite Council resolutions trying to change the resign-to-run rule, voters have repeatedly opted to keep it in place.
At least seven city officials and one grocery store magnate are making plans to run. Announcements could start in the coming weeks.