City Councilman David Oh has a lot of good ideas to make Philadelphia a better city, but the elimination of “resign to run” is not one of them.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz was confident heading into the May 21 Democratic primary, but did not expect a blowout victory.
Attorney Frank Bennett has promised to keep the battle going to prevent a proposed methadone clinic from opening at 7520 State Road.
Unofficial returns from 95 percent of divisions showed that Butkovitz was winning 61 percent of the vote. Brett Mandel was taking 31 percent. Mark Zecca had 8 percent.
The Lawncrest Community Association recently welcomed the three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for city controller in the May 21 primary.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz is predicting the “lowest turnout in history” when the election polls open on May 21.
When Brett Mandel ran for city controller in 2009, he said the campaign operated on hustle and moxie.
Now that Allyson Schwartz is officially in the governor’s race, Democrats are positioning themselves for her congressional seat.