This year's mayoral primary is less visible than any race in years, but the candidates are nonetheless campaigning citywide. With election day less than a week away, Mayor Nutter's campaign released the following schedule of events.
Get out your calendars.
MAYOR AND SUPPORTERS RALLY VOTERS WITH SERIES OF ACTIVITIES THIS WEEKEND!
Shrimp rally and citywide Trolley Tour headline Get-Out-The-Vote effort Fri., Sat.
(PHILADELPHIA) -- Join Mayor Michael A. Nutter, his slate of endorsed candidates and other supporters this weekend as they rally voters for Primary Election Day on Tuesday, May 17th!
Whether the “Taste of Shrimp” campaign rally at Sid Booker’s Stinger La Pointe restaurant Friday evening, or a handful of stops along the Mayor’s citywide trolley tour Saturday, voters have a number of fun-filled chances to rally support for the Mayor, jam to music, munch on food, and get ready to vote on Tuesday.
The list of locations, times and contact information is below. Hope to see you this weekend!
A Taste of Shrimp Rally
Friday, May 13th
Sid Booker’s Stinger La Pointe (outside) North Broad Street and Belfield Avenue
6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Get-Out-The-Vote Trolley Tour
Saturday, May 14th
The Mayor, a number of elected officials, labor leaders, clergy leaders and endorsed candidates will board the trolley at 13th and Wallace, stopping at sites throughout the city to greet voters:
12:30 p.m. Progress Plaza (with DJ Supreme) 1501 North Broad Street
1:30 p.m. Vernon Park (with DJ Damage) 5818 Germantown Ave
2:30 p.m. Relish Restaurant (with DJ Diamond Kutz) 7152 Ogontz Ave
3:45 p.m. ShopRite (with DJ Damage) 2946 Island Ave
5:00 p.m. Italian Market Festival S. 9th St. & Washington Ave.
6:00 p.m. ShopRite Parkside (with DJ Supreme) 1575 N. 52nd Street
On Saturday, the Mayor is also scheduled to visit Tiffany’s Diner, at 9 a.m., 9010 Roosevelt Blvd. and Mayfair Diner, 7373 Frankford Ave., at 9:45 a.m. He will visit a number of churches on Sunday.
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