Cheri Honkala, a West Kensington mom and long-time anti-poverty activist, is the Green Party's candidate for vice president and on the ballot in 48 states. But third-party candidates are shut out of the debates due to what she called an unfair system.
Besides races for mayor and City Council, voters on Tuesday will see a crowded ballot filled with the names of judicial candidates.
With Philly seemingly headed toward another apathetic general election, there were some big names missing from last week's debate on Clearfield Street.
The Congregations of Shaare Shamayim men’s club held its annual “Meet the Candidates Brunch” on Sunday morning at the synagogue, 9768 Verree Road.
Longtime activist Cheri Honkala would use Philly’s sheriff’s office to take on big banks in the foreclosure crisis.
The annual Republican City Committee clambake was postponed Sunday because of the effects of Hurricane Irene.
Kensington's Cheri Honkala has a tough fight ahead if she wants to take out State Rep. Jewell Williams, who won the Democratic nomination for sheriff in the May primary.