Thursday, December 21, 2006

Thursday, in other news

  • The Inquirer depicts the Democratic City Committee Christmas party, with Bob Brady as hand-shaker in chief.

  • Looks like the Democrat will win the recount in Chester County. The number of uncounted and/or contested ballots is smaller than the current margin.

    Update: It's over; Royer has conceded and McIlvaine Smith will take the seat in January.

  • Michael Nutter suggests weekly mayoral debates for the new year (to snarky response from D-Mac). Would love to get that deep a slice of their ideas, but suspect most folks would tune out pretty quickly...

  • The CityPaper suggests ways you can share a better life with others for the holiday season, through a variety of charities that put your time and/or money to good use.

  • In a less festive mood, they report on difficulties with condom distribution in prisons, a critical first line of defense against AIDS.

  • Their political notebook takes a first look at who will run for judge next year, from the top of the court system to the more humble levels.

  • And finally, Phila Will Do gets in some last ribbing at outgoing Rep. Curt Weldon for his misfortunes and missteps in the last year.

1 Comments:

Anonymous phillydem said...

ACM, Royer has officially conceded in the 156th and all court/ballot challenges have been dropped by both parties.

4:37 PM  

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