Monday, April 28, 2014
Please join us for a reception for
Candidate for City Council
Tuesday May 6, 2014
Hon. Pat Toomey Hon. John Taylor
Hon. Dennis O’Brien Hon. David Oh Hon. Brian O’Neill
George A. Bochetto, Esq
Michael A. Cibik, Esq
Joseph DeFelice, Esq
Hon. Thomas Ellis
Lee Herman, Esq
Dr. Seth Kaufer
Hon. Bruce S. Marks
Hon. Gregory P. Montanaro
Mark S. Supple
James M. Wolfe
Ross M. Wolfe, Esq
$125 per person, $500 VIP Reception
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, VIP Reception 5:30 pm
Racquet Club of Philadelphia
215 South Sixteenth Street
Checks are payable to Matthew Wolfe for City Council Committee
RSVP to Denise M. Furey at 215-387-5641 or email@example.com
Checks can be mailed to
4256 Regent Square
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Also payable by PayPal on www.wolfe.org
Friday, April 25, 2014
For Immediate Release
April 25, 2014
For Information, contact:
MATT WOLFE’S STATEMENT REGARDING OPPONENT’S CAMPAIGN ATTACKS
It must be election time, ie time for the Democrats to dust off their old class warfare playbook. At a recent forum, covered by the Northeast Times, my opponent, either on his dime or the taxpayers, stated “Democrats are for the ‘have-nots,’ while Republicans favor the ‘haves.’” “The Democrats stick up for the working families in America,” he said. However last time I checked, my Democrat opponent lives in a single family home on the edge of the suburbs whereby I reside in a rowhouse in West Philly. Also, our candidate for Congress in the First Congressional District lives in a 600 sq ft walk up apartment on the edges of North Philadelphia while the incumbent, who also leads the local Democratic Party, resides in sprawling single home that abuts the Main Line. Tell me again who are the haves and the have-nots.
This sort of rhetoric is not productive for the city. Let’s talk about the legislation that we will support that will help bring the jobs back that the leadership of the city over these last few decades has driven across City Line Avenue. What working families need are better jobs, simple as that. The “have-nots” have not because of high taxes, an irrational tax structure and laws that make it difficult to do business in Philadelphia. Changing those problems require legislative solutions. What’s your plan?
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014
On , at the Philadelphia Racquet Club on 215 S. 16th St, we are holding a fund raising event for this underdog, with a legitimate chance of winning, in the upcoming special election.
If you wish to attend, please remit $125 to my Pay Pal account at firstname.lastname@example.org. Obviously, I will ensure that your name is added to the list and I will look forward to seeing you at this special event.
Come on.......help to make a difference. Attend and/or contribute!
Thursday April 24, 2014
909 N. 2nd Street
Checks payable to Friends of Al Schmidt
PO Box 18538
Philadelphia, PA 19129
For additional information visit email@example.com or 215-528-7779
A new face for Philadelphia Republicans
TROY GRAHAM, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERLAST UPDATED: Monday, April 21, 2014, 1:07 AM
PHILADELPHIA J. Matthew Wolfe was part of an insurgency that spent three years trying to overthrow the leadership of Philadelphia's feckless Republican Party in the hopes of building a viable alternative to Democratic dominance.
Last year, the GOP ended the fight by naming State Rep. John Taylor, a respected legislator, chairman. The party also hired a young, aggressive operative as executive director.
"We have a stronger Republican Party than we did a year ago," Wolfe said, before adding: "We have a long way to go."
Just how far the party has traveled toward relevance will be tested May 20, when Wolfe, a lawyer in University City, runs for City Council in a special election. An at-large vacancy was created when Bill Green left Council to chair the School Reform Commission.
Read more HERE