Eddie Mannis must face Indya Kincannon as she bested City Councilman Marshall Stair with 292 more votes for second place. How will Mannis or Kincannon sway Stair voters?
From last nights Mannis watch party. (Photo submitted)
Indya Kincannon speaking at the Center City Conservatives Republican Club on 8/22/2019
John Sanders, Stair Campaign Treasurer, Marshall Stair and I before a campaign event.
Amelia Parker surpassed Amy Midis for first place in Seat C. Midis bested Bob Thomas by 241 votes for second place.
Amelia Parker speaking at the 8/22/2019 Center City Conservatives Republican Club
Amy Midis, candidate for City Council at Large Seat C.
Lynn Fugate and Charles Lomax now face off for Seat A
Charles Lomax candidate for at Large Seat A, Jim Jennings and myself
Janet Testerman garnered slightly more than 60% of the Primary votes (the largest number of primary votes for a Council candidate) and David Hayes face off for Seat B.
Janet Testerman at the 8/22/2019 Center City Conservatives Republican Club
David Hayes speaking to Center City Conservatives Republican Club
Charles Al-Bawi and Charles Thomas now face off for Fifth District
Al-bawi speaking to the Center City Conservatives Republican Club.