Democrat Gala Beats Out Sandy And Halloween

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ELECTION tales were traded by Ed “Sonny” Campbell, Ducky Birts, Sheriff Jewell Williams and Jeffrey Blackwell.

WELCOMING Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane to stage were Ward Leader Ron Couser and Jonathan Saidel.

GREETING 13TH Dist. Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz to DCC gala were Jonathan Saidel and Sheriff Jewell Williams.

ATTORNEY GENERAL candidate Kathleen Kane got to meet this powerhouse of vote-getters. From left, Sharon Lozier, State Rep. Louise Bishop, Sheriff Jewell Williams and Sonny Campbell.

REPRESENTING 2nd Ward were Kevin Price, Louise Hannible, long-time 90-year-old Committeeman Bill Price and John Tart.

LEGISLATIVE candidate Willie Dunbar took time out from campaigning to enjoy company of Albert Littlepage, Charles Hannah and State Sen. Anthony Williams.

DISCUSSING fast progress of port dredging and its positive impact on Port were Congressman Bob Brady and State Rep. Bill Keller.

DEBBIE TAYLOR is introduced to party Chairman Congressman Bob Brady by 58th Warder Tom B. Johnson.

SHARING photo with Master of Ceremonies and Host Bob Brady were State Rep. Ron Waters, AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz McElroy and Councilman Mark Squilla.

WARD LEADER Ed Thornton, right, and brother Tim join up with Congressman Bob Brady.

STATE SEN. Michael Stack received early congrats on his reelection campaign from Ted Vigilante, Ward Leader Mike McAleer and Congressman Bob Brady.

EDGAR CAMPBELL III shares happy moment with veteran Committeelady Mary Eley.

GRAY-HEAD politics surface when Charlie Bernard and 11th Ward Leader Al Stewart come together.

CITY COMMISSION Chair Stephanie Singer brought Halloween spirit into gala, pleased her Registration Commission has made it possible for thousands of voters to register.

KEVIN CARROLL, Sr., and Jr., flank State Rep. Bill Keller and Ward Leaders Matt Myers and Bill Dolbow.

COUNCILMAN Mark Squilla is joined by Boiler Makers’ Ed Harkins, Bob Gormley and AFL-CIO Treasurer Elizabeth McElroy.

MARNIE Aument Loughrey discusses next election calendar with Martin Coleman.

EVER-POPULAR Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell was surrounded by admirers.

MAYOR Michael Nutter looking in good shape following his long ordeal in coping with Hurricane Sandy is congratulated by State Reps. Ed Neilson and Louise Bishop.

FORMER Pro Football player Floyd Wedderburn and Richard Subbio, in rear, share this moment with legislative dean State Rep. Frank Oliver, attorney Frank Canty and State Rep. Michelle Brownlee.

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2 Responses to Democrat Gala Beats Out Sandy And Halloween

  1. Great Victory for the Democratic Party! It is good to see the Northeast

    finally getting the representation that it so richly deserves!

    Congratulations to Ed Neilson, Brendan Boyle, Kevin Boyle and

    John Sabatina! Cheers!

    Aloysius E. Stuhl
    November 8, 2012 at 3:40 pm

  2. Hopefully, the Northeast will have more input into state and city

    legislation, since it does pay the most taxes of any neighborhood in

    the City of Philadelphia (except for Center City where there is so much

    business)! A new awakening for Northeast Philadelphia! Cheers!

    Aloysius E. Stuhl
    November 8, 2012 at 3:46 pm

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