PhillyClout Archive: May, 2011

Too-Close-To-Call Race In 2nd District Turns Trashy

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Oh my. We knew the too-close-to-call nature of the Democratic primary election for City Council's 2nd District was getting tense. It just... Read more

Thursday -- What's Next for John Street?

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Have the primary election results left an opening for former Mayor John Street? Still no resolution in primary elections for 2nd Councilmanic... Read more

Predicting Marge's Downfall

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We'd like to give a shout out to WHYY's Dave Davies, who accurately predicted the fall of Marge Tartaglione in a blog post long before the... Read more

Just how is Marge doing?

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PhillyClout tried to track down crushed political icon City Commission Chairwoman Marge Tartaglione at her Northeast home today. A man answered... Read more

Wednesday's DN: A Primary Election Day Wrap-Up

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While Mayor Nutter contemplates a second term, we look at who could follow him in 2015. A group of Republicans looking to revitalize their... Read more

Former Mayor Street: "This Is Only The Beginning."

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Mayor Nutter won his primary election last night with 76 percent of the vote, the race between two relative unknowns in the Republican primary... Read more

Results are Mostly In

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Ok, we're nearing the end of the night. And here's what we have. * In the Council races, Mark Squilla won in the 1st, Bobby Henon in the 6th... Read more

Looks Like Rizzo is Out in GOP At-Large Race

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It looks like Republican Councilman Frank Rizzo, who has served for 16 years, will not be re-elected this year. With 77 percent of precincts... Read more