Friday, July 31, 2015

DA candidates to lunch together Tuesday

It seems the Democratic DA candidates are going to get together and play nice at a lunch tomorrow at - where else? - The Palm restaurant. Here's a press release just issued on behalf of Bob Brady:

DA candidates to lunch together Tuesday

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It seems the Democratic DA candidates are going to get together and play nice at a lunch tomorrow at - where else? - The Palm restaurant. Here's a press release just issued on behalf of Bob Brady:

"Congressman Robert A. Brady, Chair of the Philadelphia Democratic City Committee, today announced that he will host a unity lunch for all of the 2009 Democratic District Attorney candidates tomorrow. In attendance will be the Democratic nominee, Seth Williams, and candidates Dan McElhatton, Michael Turner, Brian Grady, and Dan McCaffery. 

"Brady said, 'After a hard-fought campaign in the Spring, the job of a party chair is to make sure that all Democrats work together in the Fall. This lunch marks the first step toward insuring that we are unified as a party behind Seth Williams for District Attorney.'"

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