Wednesday, June 11, 2014

NE Times: Election Bits

Joe De­Fe­lice, ex­ec­ut­ive dir­ect­or of the Phil­adelphia Re­pub­lic­an Party, is cri­ti­ciz­ing Tom Wolf, the Demo­crat­ic can­did­ate for gov­ernor, for vis­it­ing a closed-door meet­ing of City Coun­cil to seek cam­paign sup­port.
Coun­cil Pres­id­ent Dar­rell Clarke main­tained the meet­ing was not a vi­ol­a­tion of the Sun­shine Law, which pro­hib­its a quor­um of mem­bers of a pub­lic body from con­duct­ing busi­ness in private.
De­Fe­lice poin­ted to a Phil­adelphia Daily News art­icle that said, “So it wasn’t a Sun­shine Act vi­ol­a­tion. It was politick­ing in a pub­lic build­ing.”
De­Fe­lice also noted the $500 fine that the Eth­ics Board im­posed on city elec­tions com­mis­sion­er Stephanie Sing­er. 
The com­mis­sion­er asked an em­ploy­ee to or­gan­ize elec­tion res­ults that she pos­ted to a per­son­al cam­paign web­site and an­oth­er site that has a link to donate to her cam­paign.
“Just an­oth­er week with the Demo­crats in City Hall,” De­Fe­lice said. ••
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