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While Katie McGinty’s Senate campaign has been busily recycling stale party lines of Republicans’ “War on Women,” her campaign chair, former governor Ed Rendell, sounded off on “ugly women” voters in our state today: “There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women.” Rendell, not himself renowned for his looks, seemed to display not a hint of self-awareness as he criticized Donald Trump for comments on women’s looks by
During last year's election, many people wondered, "Which Jim Kenney are we going to get?" It's five months into his administration, and now we know: the fiscally irresponsible one.
Philadelphia Republicans came to the polls in droves yesterday, casting more ballots in a primary than ever before. Republicans cast 43,000 ballots in our city, more than the sum of the last two presidential primaries combined.
“Republicans in Philadelphia are growing and energized,” said Joe DeFelice, Chairman of the Philadelphia Republican Party. “We have over four thousand voters who switched from being Democrats this year. We more than doubled the number of ballots cast compared to the last election cycles. Despite the negative media narrative, our national ticket will over-perform in Philadelphia and our other major cities. The GOP is on the rise in this city.”
Our Chairman, Joe DeFelice, was quoted by the New York Times in today's article comparing Donald Trump's style to that of Philly icon, ex-Mayor Frank L. Rizzo:
Whether incumbent Chaka Fattah or challenger Dwight Evans emerges with the most votes in the 2nd Congressional Democratic primary on Tuesday, the winner will be clear: influence peddling, corruption, and politics-as-usual.
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