NEW LIGHT FOR VOTERS: City Commission Chief Clark Publishes Comprehensive Guide

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CITY COMMISSION Chairman Anthony Clark

CITY COMMISSION Chairman Anthony Clark

This city’s voters will now be able to know who represents them and a host of other critical election information not found in any other guides now available in the city.

That’s because City Commission Chair Anthony Clark has produced the 2014 edition of the Philadelphia Public Guide on Election Information & Voter Information.

Listed therein are election filing dates; the names and addresses of every elected official representing this city from all three levels of government, federal, state, and city; the ward leaders of both parties; answers to frequently asked questions; and tons of voter data.

CITY COMMISSIONERS have published first all-encompassing source for those needing answers to questions – from who their representatives in various offices are, to election dates for those interested in running, as well as contact information for all elected officers.

CITY COMMISSIONERS have published first all-encompassing source for those needing answers to questions – from who their representatives in various offices are, to election dates for those interested in running, as well as contact information for all elected officers.


Included are the wards and divisions located in each of the congressional, state senatorial and representative districts as well as the councilmanic districts.

Also included are the latest voter-registration stats of Republicans, Democrats, Independents and others as of August 2013, with a breakdown of the numbers of each party registration for the various election districts.

Chairman Clark said, “This is our initial effort to make it easy for an interested voter to find all the information he could every want in one easy publication.”

Free copies are available from any of the offices of the City Commissioners at City Hall or by calling the Chairman’s office at (215) 686-3462, -3.

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