Clout also analyzes Jim Kenneys breakup with Twitter and Ori Feibushs phony politesse.
Clout also finds Oxman on Watsons bag instead of Kenneys and Tony Williams adding clergy to his campaign.
Diaz might need a miracle to sweep into office - he's trailing almost all the other mayoral candidates in fundraising, ward endorsements and name recognition. But short of a miracle, the former judge would at least take a minor celebrity.
Also: Joe Sestaks bobos, Lynnes petitions and the old guys behind the young guys.
Plus Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez attracts opponents, a House candidate has house troubles and Doug Oliver cleans up his paperwork.
Clout also finds out who City Councilwoamn Jannie Blackwell is backing for mayor.
Clout also investigates an unusual candidate switcheroo in Northeast Philly.
Jonathan Saidel could give it some spark but he's leaning against getting into the race.
PGW's board is wondering what to do with its public face-turned-mayoral candidate.
We're waiting on details about the second casino license, Council President Darrell Clarke's plans, and U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah's future.
Lynne Abraham swaps smack-downs with Darrell Clarke's campaign.
A new group of corporate executives are on the hunt for business-friendly candidates.
Clout: The media strategist has handled Philly races, including Marty Weinberg's 1999 mayoral bid.
Williams and Abraham entering race next week while Butkovitz gathers endorsements.
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