Tag Archives: Ed Rendell

Pennsylvania: a review of racial politics displayed in Rendell and Swann battle of 2006

For those most interested in the seeming hesitance for black voters, particularly, to resist voting for the Republican Party, one of the most interesting thoughts is if a black candidate outside the Democratic Party ran. I was asked one question … Continue reading

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Ed Rendell for Hillary

It came as little surprise when former Philadelphia Mayor and current Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton in her bid for the U.S. Presidency back in January. But few may have guessed how much time and energy he … Continue reading

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Bob Barnett: former Sam Katz campaign director

During today’s interview with Ellen Kaplan, former issues director of Sam Katz’s 1999 Republican bid for mayor of Philadelphia and current staffer at the Committee of Seventy, she mentioned the success of Katz’s 1999 campaign director Robert S. Barnett. I … Continue reading

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Interview: Joe Egan, Republican mayoral candidate

Apparently I had an interview with former Republican mayoral candidate Joseph M. Egan, Jr., but I didn’t remember. I got a voice mail from Egan, who seemed agitated, and understandably so. I called him back and sent him an e-mail, … Continue reading

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Ed Rendell

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06312/736519-178.stmw snowballs at Dallas Cowboys http://www.governor.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=3080&&level=1&css=L1&mode=2&in_hi_userid=2&cached=true Photo courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University.

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