Saturday, October 10, 2015

Who Is Nutter Voting For?

Mayor Nutter just sent the following email to his campaign mailing list:

Who Is Nutter Voting For?


Mayor Nutter just sent the following email to his campaign mailing list:

Dear Friend,

Today, Tuesday, November 3rd, is Election Day and Philadelphians will make very important choices for the future of our city and state. I urge you to join me today by voting for Seth Williams for District Attorney, Alan Butkovitz for City Controller, Jack Panella for Supreme Court Justice and the entire slate of Democratic judicial candidates.

Public safety in Philadelphia is one of my highest priorities and I know that, as District Attorney, Seth Williams will be an important and effective partner in our fight against illegal guns and violent crime.

In his first term as City Controller, Alan Butkovitz has proven himself to be an independent voice for Philadelphia taxpayers by identifying millions of dollars in savings and increased revenue for our city.

Judge Jack Panella has almost two decades of experience on the bench. His integrity and dedication to judicial ethics and accountability make him the best choice for Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Please join me in voting for these excellent candidates and the entire slate of highly qualified Democratic judicial nominees today. If you're not sure where to vote, click here to locate your polling place now.

For more information about the Democratic candidates on today's ballot, click the links below to visit their web sites:

Philadelphia District Attorney

Seth Williams:

Philadelphia City Controller

Alan Butkovitz:

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice

Jack Panella:

Pennsylvania Superior Court

Anne Lazarus:

Teresa Sarmina:

Kevin Francis McCarthy:

Robert Colville:

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court

Barbara Behrend Ernsberger:

Linda Judson:

Please make sure to get out and vote today, and please forward this email to your friends, relatives and neighbors to remind them that today is Election Day.

Thank you as always for your support and for all you do for Philadelphia.


Michael Nutter
Mayor, City of Philadelphia

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