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Endorsements.

At the end of the day, people endorse a candidate because they think they’re the best person to hold political office. But making that assessment involves thinking through a lot of factors about who the candidate is, what they stand for, and what their chances are. 

Often times, citizens have a difficult time – or fail to make time – identifying candidates who share their policy views and are in line with their interests.

That’s where endorsements come into play. These may come from political parties, interest groups, media outlets, politicians, or even celebrities. Because these folks are well-known in the city or region, these endorsements are thought to be particularly persuasive cues.

Here are some endorsements that have been given to the various candidates in the Philadelphia mayoral race. This list will be updated.

Jeff Brown

  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 33; United Food and Commercial Workers locals 1776, 360, and 152; Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Local 108; Transport Workers Union Local 234
  • Law Enforcement: FOP Lodge 5
  • All endorsements

Allan Domb

  • Organizations: Philly Forward PAC

Helen Gym

  • Congress: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • State Senators: Nikil Saval
  • State Representatives: Elizabeth Fiedler, Rick Krajewski
  • City Council: Jamie Gauthier, Kendra Brooks
  • Organizations: Jane Fonda Climate PAC, Asian Pacific Islander Political Alliance, Our Revolution, Sierra Club, Reclaim Philadelphia, One Pennsylvania, Free The Ballot
  • Teachers: Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, American Federation of Teachers
  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 47, Working Families Party, Teamsters BMWED, Unite Here Philly
  • All endorsments

Cherelle Parker

  • Congress: Dwight Evans, Brendan Boyle
  • State Senators: Vincent Hughes, Sharif Street, Tina Tartaglione, Art Haywood
  • State Representatives: Jose Giral, Morgan Cephas, Donna Bullock, Danilo Burgos, Pat Gallagher.
  • Former Mayoral Candidates: Darrell Clarke, Maria Quinones Sanchez
  • City Council: Curtis Jones Jr., Anthony Phillips, Michael Driscoll, Mark Squilla.
  • Organizations: National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter, Collective PAC, Higher Heights for America PAC, New Progressive Alliance, Black Women’s Leadership Council, Philadelphia Black Clergy
  • Labor: Philadelphia Building Trades Council, SEIU Local 32BJ, IBEW Local 98, Eastern Atlantic States Council of Carpenters
  • All endorsements

Rebecca Rhynhart

  • Former Mayors: John Street, Michael Nutter, Ed Rendell
  • Newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer
  • All endorsements

Warren Bloom, Amen Brown, Jimmy DeLeon, Delscia Gray

no major endorsements

David Oh (R)

  • Former Governors: Tom Ridge
  • Former PA Supreme Court Chief Justice: Ron Castile
  • Organizations: Log Cabin Republicans
  • Law Enforcement: Southeastern PA Transit Police
  • All endorsements

Endorsements.

At the end of the day, people endorse a candidate because they think they’re the best person to hold political office. But making that assessment involves thinking through a lot of factors about who the candidate is, what they stand for, and what their chances are. 

Often times, citizens have a difficult time – or fail to make time – identifying candidates who share their policy views and are in line with their interests.

That’s where endorsements come into play. These may come from political parties, interest groups, media outlets, politicians, or even celebrities. Because these folks are well-known in the city or region, these endorsements are thought to be particularly persuasive cues.

Here are some endorsements that have been given to the various candidates in the Philadelphia mayoral race. This list will be updated.

Jeff Brown

  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 33; United Food and Commercial Workers locals 1776, 360, and 152; Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Local 108; Transport Workers Union Local 234
  • Law Enforcement: FOP Lodge 5
  • All endorsements

Allan Domb

  • Organizations: Philly Forward PAC

Helen Gym

  • Congress: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • State Senators: Nikil Saval
  • State Representatives: Elizabeth Fiedler, Rick Krajewski
  • City Council: Jamie Gauthier, Kendra Brooks
  • Organizations: Jane Fonda Climate PAC, Asian Pacific Islander Political Alliance, Our Revolution, Sierra Club, Reclaim Philadelphia, One Pennsylvania, Free The Ballot
  • Teachers: Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, American Federation of Teachers
  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 47, Working Families Party, Teamsters BMWED, Unite Here Philly
  • All endorsments

Cherelle Parker

  • Congress: Dwight Evans, Brendan Boyle
  • State Senators: Vincent Hughes, Sharif Street, Tina Tartaglione, Art Haywood
  • State Representatives: Jose Giral, Morgan Cephas, Donna Bullock, Danilo Burgos, Pat Gallagher.
  • Former Mayoral Candidates: Darrell Clarke, Maria Quinones Sanchez
  • City Council: Curtis Jones Jr., Anthony Phillips, Michael Driscoll, Mark Squilla.
  • Organizations: National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter, Collective PAC, Higher Heights for America PAC, New Progressive Alliance, Black Women’s Leadership Council, Philadelphia Black Clergy
  • Labor: Philadelphia Building Trades Council, SEIU Local 32BJ, IBEW Local 98, Eastern Atlantic States Council of Carpenters
  • All endorsements

Rebecca Rhynhart

  • Former Mayors: John Street, Michael Nutter, Ed Rendell
  • Newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer
  • All endorsements

Warren Bloom, Amen Brown, Jimmy DeLeon, Delscia Gray

no major endorsements

David Oh (R)

  • Former Governors: Tom Ridge
  • Former PA Supreme Court Chief Justice: Ron Castile
  • Organizations: Log Cabin Republicans
  • Law Enforcement: Southeastern PA Transit Police
  • All endorsements
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Endorsements.

At the end of the day, people endorse a candidate because they think they’re the best person to hold political office. But making that assessment involves thinking through a lot of factors about who the candidate is, what they stand for, and what their chances are. 

Often times, citizens have a difficult time – or fail to make time – identifying candidates who share their policy views and are in line with their interests.

That’s where endorsements come into play. These may come from political parties, interest groups, media outlets, politicians, or even celebrities. Because these folks are well-known in the city or region, these endorsements are thought to be particularly persuasive cues.

Here are some endorsements that have been given to the various candidates in the Philadelphia mayoral race. This list will be updated.

Jeff Brown

  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 33; United Food and Commercial Workers locals 1776, 360, and 152; Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Local 108; Transport Workers Union Local 234
  • Law Enforcement: FOP Lodge 5
  • All endorsements

Allan Domb

  • Organizations: Philly Forward PAC

Helen Gym

  • Congress: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • State Senators: Nikil Saval
  • State Representatives: Elizabeth Fiedler, Rick Krajewski
  • City Council: Jamie Gauthier, Kendra Brooks
  • Organizations: Jane Fonda Climate PAC, Asian Pacific Islander Political Alliance, Our Revolution, Sierra Club, Reclaim Philadelphia, One Pennsylvania, Free The Ballot
  • Teachers: Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, American Federation of Teachers
  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 47, Working Families Party, Teamsters BMWED, Unite Here Philly
  • All endorsments

Cherelle Parker

  • Congress: Dwight Evans, Brendan Boyle
  • State Senators: Vincent Hughes, Sharif Street, Tina Tartaglione, Art Haywood
  • State Representatives: Jose Giral, Morgan Cephas, Donna Bullock, Danilo Burgos, Pat Gallagher.
  • Former Mayoral Candidates: Darrell Clarke, Maria Quinones Sanchez
  • City Council: Curtis Jones Jr., Anthony Phillips, Michael Driscoll, Mark Squilla.
  • Organizations: National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter, Collective PAC, Higher Heights for America PAC, New Progressive Alliance, Black Women’s Leadership Council, Philadelphia Black Clergy
  • Labor: Philadelphia Building Trades Council, SEIU Local 32BJ, IBEW Local 98, Eastern Atlantic States Council of Carpenters
  • All endorsements

Rebecca Rhynhart

  • Former Mayors: John Street, Michael Nutter, Ed Rendell
  • Newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer
  • All endorsements

Warren Bloom, Amen Brown, Jimmy DeLeon, Delscia Gray

no major endorsements

David Oh (R)

  • Former Governors: Tom Ridge
  • Former PA Supreme Court Chief Justice: Ron Castile
  • Organizations: Log Cabin Republicans
  • Law Enforcement: Southeastern PA Transit Police
  • All endorsements

Endorsements.

At the end of the day, people endorse a candidate because they think they’re the best person to hold political office. But making that assessment involves thinking through a lot of factors about who the candidate is, what they stand for, and what their chances are. 

Often times, citizens have a difficult time – or fail to make time – identifying candidates who share their policy views and are in line with their interests.

That’s where endorsements come into play. These may come from political parties, interest groups, media outlets, politicians, or even celebrities. Because these folks are well-known in the city or region, these endorsements are thought to be particularly persuasive cues.

Here are some endorsements that have been given to the various candidates in the Philadelphia mayoral race. This list will be updated.

Jeff Brown

  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 33; United Food and Commercial Workers locals 1776, 360, and 152; Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Local 108; Transport Workers Union Local 234
  • Law Enforcement: FOP Lodge 5
  • All endorsements

Allan Domb

  • Organizations: Philly Forward PAC

Helen Gym

  • Congress: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • State Senators: Nikil Saval
  • State Representatives: Elizabeth Fiedler, Rick Krajewski
  • City Council: Jamie Gauthier, Kendra Brooks
  • Organizations: Jane Fonda Climate PAC, Asian Pacific Islander Political Alliance, Our Revolution, Sierra Club, Reclaim Philadelphia, One Pennsylvania, Free The Ballot
  • Teachers: Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, American Federation of Teachers
  • Labor: AFSCME District Council 47, Working Families Party, Teamsters BMWED, Unite Here Philly
  • All endorsments

Cherelle Parker

  • Congress: Dwight Evans, Brendan Boyle
  • State Senators: Vincent Hughes, Sharif Street, Tina Tartaglione, Art Haywood
  • State Representatives: Jose Giral, Morgan Cephas, Donna Bullock, Danilo Burgos, Pat Gallagher.
  • Former Mayoral Candidates: Darrell Clarke, Maria Quinones Sanchez
  • City Council: Curtis Jones Jr., Anthony Phillips, Michael Driscoll, Mark Squilla.
  • Organizations: National Organization for Women, Philadelphia Chapter, Collective PAC, Higher Heights for America PAC, New Progressive Alliance, Black Women’s Leadership Council, Philadelphia Black Clergy
  • Labor: Philadelphia Building Trades Council, SEIU Local 32BJ, IBEW Local 98, Eastern Atlantic States Council of Carpenters
  • All endorsements

Rebecca Rhynhart

  • Former Mayors: John Street, Michael Nutter, Ed Rendell
  • Newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer
  • All endorsements

Warren Bloom, Amen Brown, Jimmy DeLeon, Delscia Gray

no major endorsements

David Oh (R)

  • Former Governors: Tom Ridge
  • Former PA Supreme Court Chief Justice: Ron Castile
  • Organizations: Log Cabin Republicans
  • Law Enforcement: Southeastern PA Transit Police
  • All endorsements
  • Understanding that basic education funding should/will be first, what should be the next highest priority for the General Assembly?


    • Raising The Minimum Wage (25%)
    • Legalizing Adult-Use Marijuana (24%)
    • None of the above. Something Else. (20%)
    • Economic Development (14%)
    • Higher Education (8%)
    • Public Transportation (8%)
    • Workforce Opportunities and Innovation (2%)

    Total Voters: 51

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