PhillyClout Archive: October, 2012

Obama / Romney camps cautious on post-storm politics

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The campaigns of President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney were careful with their politics Wednesday as the president toured the... Read more

Committee of Seventy slams City Commission for delaying meeting

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Good government group the Committee of Seventy just sent a letter to the City Commissioners, attacking them for delaying this weeks meeting... Read more

Americans for Prosperity returns to PA television with ads

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Americans for Prosperity, the conservative group linked to billionaire brothers David and Charles Koch, on Wednesday became the third political... Read more

Local 98 uses video to urge members to vote for Obama

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Local 98 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is sending this video to its 4,000 members this week, urging them to vote for... Read more

Wednesday -- Region continues Sandy clean-up

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The impact of Hurricane Sandy is still the big story in the region: Volunteer rescue workers in Wildwood, NJ tell tales of trying to help... Read more

PA back on the presidential map with one week to go

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GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is going up with campaign commercials in Pennsylvania, calling the state a "unique opportunity," according... Read more

Nutter: Philly came through Sandy "pretty well"

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Mayor Nutter, who spent the morning touring storm damaged sites in Philadelphia, said the city's mission the day after Hurricane Sandy is "assessment... Read more

Some SEPTA Service back at noon

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Much of the city's public transit network will be back up and running by noon today, says SEPTA General Manager Joseph Casey. Casey said the... Read more