Posts tagged Candidates Night
Carla Cain at Northwest Philadelphia Candidates Night May 8

Carla Cain was in her home area on May 8 for a Northwest Philadelphia Candidates Night that featured candidates for all the offices that will be on the May 21 primary ballot. The three community organizations, West Mt. Airy Neighbors, East Mt. Airy Neighbors, and Chestnut Hill Community Association worked together to host the event at the New Covenant Church in West Mt. Airy. Nine of the 13 City Commissioner candidates were present. Carla continued her campaign points about increasing voter registration and turnout, going into all the wards of the city, the schools, community centers, churches and synagogues, wherever the people are, to engage and educate voters. Each candidate was given a minute to introduce themselves, and then were asked a question from moderator Pete Mazzaccaro, editor of the Chestnut Hill Local. To listen click

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Carla Cain at African-American Labor Unionists Candidates Night

Carla appeared at a Meet and Greet Candidates Night on May 1 at Iaste Ballroom, 2401 South Swanson Street in South Philadelphia. The sponsors were Laborers District Council, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Coalition of Labor Women, and Coalition of Black Trade Unionists. Again, Carla spoke with passion and conviction. Take a listen.

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Carla connects with Women.Connected on April 25

From the moment Carla started talking, she connected with the audience attending the Women.Connected Candidates Night, April 25 at Brith Sholom House in Wynnefield Heights. Her passion shined as she talked about her visions for the office: increased registration and turnout, transparency, accountability and checks that employees are doing their jobs. Watch a brief excerpt of her talk.

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