. With Ranked Choice Voting, they might have stayed in. . Cherelle Parker is, in a roundabout way, admitting what I suspected.
With Cherelle Parker now in line to be Philadelphia's 100th mayor, the city's business leaders are lauding her ability to be an inclusive supporter of companies both big and small.
Cherelle Parker didn’t once say the word “woman,” but she didn’t need to.
But she says residents should have say on land use in their neighborhoods.
We’ll be doing things the Cherelle Parker way from now on.
“Food stamps helped put dinner on the table,” Parker says in the ads, recounting her childhood in West Oak Lane. . Listen. .
. After a violent era in Philadelphia, the city’s. .
While in City Council, Cherelle saw that our neighborhoods and commercial corridors were trash-strewn, making our commercial corridors uninviting.
May 17, 2023 · Cherelle Parker, the winner of the contest, had the Democratic Party behind her in the form of workers who hit the streets to knock on the doors and encourage people to come to the polls. .
24 May 2023 19:32:09. The Philadelphia Building & Construction Trades Council endorsed Parker for mayor in February.
. Parker will face.
14 hours ago · Cherelle Parker begins to bring Philadelphia's Democrats together with unity breakfast Dan Snyder reports.
Mar 9, 2023 · Parker’s campaign purchased $57,000 worth of ads, barely enough to make an impact in Philadelphia’s expensive media market, and says it is targeting key demographics for the initial launch on TV. . . ).
May 17, 2023 · Cherelle Parker won the primary with well under 100,000 votes, the lowest total in recent memory. . .
Ahead of the May 16 primary election, the Business Journal sat down with Democratic mayoral candidate Cherelle Parker to get her views on a wide range of.
Ahead of the May 16 primary election, the Business Journal sat down with Democratic mayoral candidate Cherelle Parker to get her views on a wide range of topics that have a direct impact on. . .