Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Elections chief has a new do for the primary

City Commissioners Chairwoman Stephanie Singer is sporting a head-turning new do for tomorrow's Primary Election.

Elections chief has a new do for the primary

Catherine Lucey

City Commissioners Chairwoman Stephanie Singer is sporting a head-turning new do for tomorrow's Primary Election.

To mark her first election on the job, Singer has red, white and blue streaks adorning one side of her hair. She told PhillyClout she wanted to celebrate voting with a special look.

"Election Day should be festive," Singer said. "I'd love to have parades on Election Day."

Singer declined to talk details about the colorful locks. But they looked like a temporary addition to her bobbed hair. And just how long she plans to keep the look is unclear.

"Only my hairdresser knows for sure," Singer joked. "I might trot it out on future election days."

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