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City Council President Clarke Endorses Mayoral Candidate Kenney

By Mike Dunn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – In the Philadelphia mayor’s race, the presumptive front-runner — former City Councilman Jim Kenney — has picked up a prize endorsement from City Council President Darrell Clarke. 181 more words

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WTP Longview Tea Party Faces Rumors Head On

AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM WE THE PEOPLE-LONGVIEW CONCERNING THE CITY OF LONGVIEW MAYORAL RACE.

Recently there have been rumors circulating that the We The People-Longview Tea Party Group is supporting a particular candidate for Mayor.

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Manley responds to talk of opponent Mack’s big government record and sanctuary city confusion

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MAYORAL CANDIDATE RICHARD MANLEY DISCUSSES PHILOSPHICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIMSELF AND OPPONENT

Manley responds to talk of opponent Andy Mack’s big government record and sanctuary city confusion at recent debate.

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Poll Released By Lynne Abraham Shows She Leads Mayor's Race

By Mike Dunn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A poll commissioned by mayoral candidate Lynne Abraham shows, perhaps not surprisingly, that Abraham herself leads the mayor’s race. 112 more words

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Chicago Teachers Take On Investment Banker Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and His Corporate Democrats

“A runoff that was expected to be a slam dunk for Rahm Emanuel is turning out to be uncomfortably — even dangerously — close, leading the Chicago mayor to ready a scorched-earth offensive to save his job. 237 more words

Rahm and "Chuy" to face one another in runoff

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Jesus “Chuy” Garcia has six weeks to earn the votes of Chicago’s citizens. With the April 7 elections right around the corner who indeed has the easier road? 144 more words

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In uber-conservative Ocean County, politics in one weird town buck the trend

SOUTH TOMS RIVER – In the parking lot outside the local polling place here, Republican city councilman William Gleason was chatting with voters when incumbent Mayor Joseph  Champagne, Jr., a Democrat, walked up and brushed a piece of lint off the lapel of his fellow official. 1,114 more words

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