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Butkovitz, too, lines up behind Nutter

Congressmembers Bob Brady, Chaka Fattah and Allyson Schwartz.

Butkovitz, too, lines up behind Nutter



Congressmembers Bob Brady, Chaka Fattah and Allyson Schwartz.

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams.

And tomorrow, add City Controller Alan Butkovitz to the list of the public officials rounded up by the Nutter campaign to endorse the mayor for a second term.

January 10, 2010
CONTACT: Sheila Simmons
BUTKOVITZ TO ENDORSE MAYOR NUTTER RE-ELECTION BID Announcement tomorrow morning, (Tues., Jan. 11) outside MSB Building
WHO: Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter
WHAT: Controller Butkovitz announces his support for Nutter's re-election
TUESDAY, Jan. 11
11:15 A.M.
WHERE: Outside Philadelphia Municipal Services Building
1401 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
NOTES: Serving his second term as the city's 'chief fiscal watchdog,' Alan Butkovitz was first elected City Controller in 2005. Tomorrow he plans to cite the Mayor's "honesty," "openness" and "willingness to work together" - as reasons why Nutter is "a clear choice for a second term."

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