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Center City: Michael Meehan Approaches The One Year Anniversary As Chairman Of The Philly GOP

Center City: Michael Meehan Approaches The One Year Anniversary As Chairman Of The Philly GOP

Michael Meehan‘s first experience with the Philadelphia GOP was riding along with his father as they drove to various political events. His father served for 30 years as the general council for the Republican City Committee, a position Meehan assumed in 1994 after his father’s death. Meehan’s grandfather served as a Republican party official in the […]

 

Politics: Young Politicians and the Republican Reformation

Politics: Young Politicians and the Republican Reformation

As the primary election draws closer, the races are beginning to heat up. The local Republican Party is focusing not on the mayoral race, however, but on the contest for two at-large seats on City Council. With seven candidates vying for the two spots dedicated to the minority political party, Philadelphia’s Republicans are spoiled for choice. […]

 

City Hall: Al Schmidt Says, “You Don’t Have an Excuse Not to Vote.”

City Hall: Al Schmidt Says, “You Don’t Have an Excuse Not to Vote.”

  Elections are the foundation of a democratic society. While it might seem as though elections just come together, in reality a tremendous amount of work is required to make them happen. City Commissioner Al Schmidt is one of the three elected officials who coordinate every aspect of elections, from voter registration to checking voting […]