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Leadership

November 12, 2013

Hon John J. Taylor, Esq.

Updated January 14, 2014

Chairman

Re: General Election 2013 Postmortem

Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq. Executive Director

Agnes “Chuckie” Tilley Vice-Chairman

Vincent J. Fenerty Secretary

Dear Republican Stakeholder: I am writing you today to debrief this past election and to help determine what went right and what went wrong; what we did do and what we did not do; what to do more and what to do less and what to keep and what to change going forward. Chairman Taylor was elected at the end of May 2013 immediately after the Primary Election. Since that election, Chairman Taylor has made dozens of changes within the Republican City Committee while also experiencing some hurdles. CHANGES Internal Operations

Joseph Messa

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Michael P. Meehan, Esq. General Counsel

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Kevin Pasquay

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We installed a new Executive Director and merged the existing Republican Party of Pennsylvania staff with the Republican City Committee staff. We moved our operating location (twice); first to 529 S. 4th Street and then to 3525-27 Cottman Ave where we have 3500sq feet of space and share the costs with Re-Elect John Taylor and the Republican Party of PA. We were open a minimum of twelve (12) hours a day for the last two weeks leading up to Election Day including weekends. We were opened the three weekends prior to the Election. We opened at 5am on Election Day and stayed open until 10PM in case any recounts arose.

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Annie Havey Deputy Director

Carmella Fitzpatrick Office Manager

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We changed Bank Accounts from Citizens Bank to Republic Bank. We amended our Political Committee Registration Statement. We raised over $150,000 in less than six (6) months. We commissioned an audit which we will commence in the coming weeks utilizing the auditing firm of Eisner Amper. We accepted online donations for the first time ever.

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We established three new committees: Finance, Policy and Registration/Recruitment. We created an ad hoc legal committee to deal with legal issues that arose on Election Day or immediately thereafter. We commissioned two mailers for our candidates i.e. a mailer to super voters for Danny Alvarez and a mailer to super voters for Terry Tracy. This is the first time in recent history that the Party has done this and we believe we can do more of these in the future. We printed 40,000 pieces of literature highlighting Danny Alvarez and Terry Tracy. We printed 80,000 Election Day ballots. The Republican Party of PA printed 40,000 ballots. We printed 500 poll signs with our candidates for District Attorney and City Controller which included their button numbers. The Philadelphia Young Republicans printed 250 additional signs for Election Day. We ran phone banks out of our office on Election Day. We produced several robocalls, both internally and externally, to recruit candidates for Election Boards and get out the vote for our candidates. We had educational substantive ward meetings with lively discussions We included the local College Republicans and the Philadelphia Young Republicans into our structure. We spent an additional $50,000 on Election Day operations. We have appointed over fifteen (15) new Ward Leaders. We added Elected Official Reports to our Meetings. We added the Pledge of Allegiance to the start of our meetings. We added Regional Caucuses to the start of our meetings to help familiarize our Ward Leaders with the issues that are prevalent in their areas. We had over a dozen interns in our office weekly from Temple and LaSalle who knocked on doors, lit dropped, phonebanked and worked polls for our candidates. We held a vote on whether or not to retain the Retention Judges. We voted to urge a “No” vote on the Ballot Question. We initiated an absentee ballot drive. We initiated write in campaigns for Inspectors of Election. We hosted a multimedia presentation at one of our meetings.

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We created a Facebook page that has received some traction in print media. We created a Twitter account that syncs with our Facebook page and gives us a daily presence, along with LinkedIn, on social media. Philadelphia Republican City Committee · 3525-27 Cottman Ave · Phila., PA 19149 215-561-0650 · www.phillygop.com · Facebook.com/PhillyGOP · Twitter.com/PhillyGOP


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We created a Google calendar to keep people informed and create a social atmosphere to the Party. We issued a press release urging such “No” vote and received some action in the local media. We took out a full page Ad in the Public Record. Chairman Taylor penned two op-eds debunking School District funding myths. We updated our website to include Paypal and other interactive features (Our site is currently down and we hope to launch a Brand new site in the coming weeks).

Events - We held an event in Northeast Philadelphia with Governor Corbett in July, at which over 300 people attended. - We changed the venue of our Fall Cocktail Party to Hibachi on the Waterfront, for which we received both complaints and praise. - We held a fundraiser at the Phoenix with Lt. Gov. Cawley and raised new money for the Party. - We began planning a Party Convention for 2014. - We continued many traditions such as the Breakfast Speaker Series, Monthly Happy Hours, etc. - We screened the film, “A Shame of the City” with an informational Question and Answer session with the film’s Director Tigre Hill. - We hosted a Debate Watch party for the District Attorney’s debate. - We hosted a “Paint the Town Red” event where we encouraged volunteers to go door to door. Miscellaneous - We purchased a table at the Variety Club’s Candidate Comedy Night. - We purchased a table at the PAGOP Fall Dinner. - We diversified the printing press that we used. HURDLES - We were sued by former Mayoral candidate Karen Brown. - We were notified of a roughly $30K debt to Strassheim printing. - We received two separate “Right to Know” requests through the City Commissioners. - We were reported to the City Ethics Board re: the Strassheim Debt, to which we amended our report to include that debt but included the word “disputing”. ELECTION Obviously the biggest hurdle we faced was Election Day; it was a disappointment to say the least. For months we pushed and prodded to increase turnout for an election, which, we believed, was winnable and we overwhelmingly underperformed. Recently we have been hearing constant comparisons to 2009 elections; however it is impossible to view these elections in a vacuum. In 2009, the Republican Party Brand was on the verge of a rebirth following the 2008 elections, mainly due to an ill prepared stimulus package, with the rise of Republican Gubernatorial Victories in New Jersey and Virginia along with the Election of Senator Scott Brown a few months later in Blue Massachusetts. We also won 6 out of 7 Statewide Appellate Judges. Both Al Schmidt and Michael Untermeyer had moderate boost in their “Name ID” due to their roles as former Executive Director of Philadelphia Republican City Committee · 3525-27 Cottman Ave · Phila., PA 19149 215-561-0650 · www.phillygop.com · Facebook.com/PhillyGOP · Twitter.com/PhillyGOP


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the Party and a former citywide candidate respectively; whereas both were also able to raise more than $300,000 combined. In 2013, the Republican brand seemed quite worse from a National perspective with us taking much of the blame for the Government shutdown. Also, there was only one statewide Appellate race thus leading to less interest in the race. Both of our candidates faced well-funded incumbent Democrats while also attempting to corral a Republican base that was roughly 20,000 less than 2009. Also, neither candidate had any “Name ID” prior to their announcement. The two candidates, suffering from such low “Name ID”, were unable to raise much money, approx. less than $75,000 combined, to fund an adequate media operation outside of earned media & letters to the Editor. Lastly, another intangible when looking at 2009 vs. 2013 is that in 2009, the Northeast still had three State Representatives with considerable clout (two of which were previous House Speakers) and their Districts were accustomed to voting Republican or at least splitting their ticket. However, our candidates were solid young candidates; the kind of which we can use to grow our Party in the coming years. Danny Alvarez is a 35 year old attorney that can appeal to a base of Latino voters and showed that a strong door to door presence can make a difference in the wards in which he focused. Terry Tracy is a 31 year old business executive that can appeal to the growing urban professional voters that are moving into Center City from outside the City. Nevertheless, the numbers talk and we were soundly defeated because we were unable to motivate our base and get them to the polls. As noted in Appendix A, these are our citywide numbers: - In the Superior Court Race, Vic Stabile received 17.31% of the vote while Jack McVay received 82.66%. - In the District Attorney’s Race, Danny Alvarez received 19.11% of the vote while Seth Williams received 80.85%. - In the City Controller’s Race, Terry Tracy received 17.58% of the vote while Alan Butkovitz received 82.36%. - With respect to the ballot question, the “YES” votes were 64.45% while the “NO” Votes were 35.55%. Some wards performed moderately well while many others underperformed. However there are a few silver linings, such as we went from winning zero wards in 2012 to winning several in 2013. We also elected our first Republican Judge in Philadelphia, Anne Marie Coyle, since 2005 when we elected Judge Brad Moss and Judge Charlie Cunningham, albeit their elections, like Coyle’s, were secured in the Democrat Primary Election. We also outperformed our voter registration by almost eight (8) percentage points. The following are the wards that won for our candidates as well as the Ballot Question: Vic Stabile for Superior Court – 45,64 and 66 Danny Alvarez for District Attorney- 25, 45, 55, 58, 63, 64 and 66. Terry Tracy for City Controller– 45 and 64 Ballot Question – 7, 25, 45, 55, 56, 57, 58, 63, 64, 65 and 66

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Based on the above results, it still appears that our base is in the Northeast and Riverwards, which the Ballot Question vote results show. Nevertheless, we need to begin to make gains in other areas because the numbers in the Northeast are fading and as voter registration has shown, the Center City wards are increasing in bother voters and registered Republicans simply due to demographic shifts, gentrification and development. OTHER ISSUES One major issue that arose in the immediate aftermath of this election was the value of “street money” (See Analysis in Appendix B i.e. amount spent per ward) and how to proceed with this, if at all, going forward. Some Ward Leaders used this money to pay workers at the polls, some used it to buy lunch for their election workers, and some used it to print supplemental materials while there are others of which we are unsure how they spent it. Some Ward Leaders have openly disagreed that we should even have people at the polls handing out ballots; while some believe that this is one of the, if not the ultimate, duties of the Committeepeople. Another complaint we received was “Instead of raising money, [we should] just tell people to keep it and cut out the middle man.” There may be a point here, i.e. instead of asking wards to sell tickets, only to turn around and give them back some of their raised money, maybe the Republican City Committee should focus more on donors outside of our structure and encourage the wards to host their own fundraisers, as many already do, to fund their election day operations whereby the funds raised for the Republican City Committee will go to fund an office operation, a media campaign and provide aerial support to our candidates like mailers, ads, etc. Another topic that was brought up was the issue of voter registration and whether it is a valuable component of our organization. I still believe that this is an important component of any organization; even Verizon and Comcast, two of the largest companies in the Country are using door to door tactics in order to increase their customer base; however, the product they are selling may arguably be superior and more defined than ours. Nevertheless, this effort failed not because the product was bad, rather it failed because people didn’t bother getting up and trying to sell the product. Nevertheless, our initiative failed and how we do it going forward will be much different. We do need a street component just like we need an air component. The air component has been significantly lacking over the last twenty years however we have made moderate increases to this presence but there is still much larger room for growth. Such increases we have made are a social media presence such as Twitter and Facebook which have evolved into other news stories. We have created an open dialogue with atleast the City’s political reporters and have even issued a few press releases. Nevertheless, we need a much more fluid approach in this arena and need to be prepared to respond to things more quickly as they occur. LOOKING FORWARD Two of the major items we need to focus on is accountability and recruiting quality candidates. With respect to Election results, fundraising and voter registration, accountability was severely lacking the last few months. We gave out benchmarks, the benchmarks were not achieved and nothing was

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done about it. When we do hand out “street money” we expect certain results, however many of those expectations fell short and we have begun addressing them. We also need to drill down on the idea of a local Republican Party by making it even more local and working within regions of the City. What happens in Parkwood may not necessarily be important to Point Breeze; what happens in Manayunk may not necessarily be important in Mantua and what happens in the Barrio in North Philly and the Riverwards may not necessarily be important to “the Bottom” in West Philly. If our members get involved in local community groups, we will have a better understanding of the issues that those voters view as important. We also need to recruit quality candidates that can appeal to a broad array of citizens. We have spoken to candidates in each of the three Congressional Districts within the City and have begun recruiting candidates for the State House and Senate. Nevertheless, our immediate focus will be on Re-Electing Governor Corbett, getting out our message and recruiting new members. Obviously, there is much more that we could have contained within this document but as long as focus on the problems identified above, we should be in a better position to win in 2014. Many of you truly care about the future of our Party however many of us spend time either apologizing for being a Republican or focusing on what is wrong with the organization. We need to begin to focus on getting our message out, holding ourselves accountable and recruiting quality candidates and speaking on topics that are important to urban voters in Philadelphia. NEW DEVELOPMENTS

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Since Election Day we have We have individually met with Forty-Six of our Ward Leaders. We issued several press releases including those criticizing the City Council handling of the Land Bank Bill, President Obama’s Nominee for Dept. of Justice, Mayor Nutter’s Veto of Councilman O’Neill’s Bill re: Zoning for Medical facilities, etc. We have had Op-eds published dealing with the bad idea of raising taxes to fill in School District Operating budget, Councilman Clarke’s creation of a bureaucratic oversight Board for new Land Bank as well as criticizing the Mayor for going after low level “Double Dippers” while not focusing on his own top tier hires. We have gone to every corner of the City, including 46th and Kingsessing, 48th and Woodland, 52nd and Parkside as well as into Point Breeze to discuss our message Citywide. Sincerely,

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APPENDIX A

W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Stabile 243 371 35 38 569 33 36 719 419 50 47 61 64 24 343 18 54 161 30 16 1098 168 200 75 377 500 104 20 38 149 251 37 106 154 366 122 29 183 512 152

% McVay Jr % Alvarez % Williams % Tracy 17.70% 1130 82.30% 263 18.76% 1138 81.17% 260 18.46% 1638 81.49% 398 18.90% 1705 80.96% 413 2.04% 1680 97.96% 69 3.68% 1807 96.32% 58 2.50% 1482 97.50% 55 3.40% 1561 96.60% 47 22.36% 1974 77.56% 553 20.57% 2134 79.39% 608 3.09% 1036 96.91% 48 4.26% 1079 95.74% 47 7.98% 412 91.35% 69 14.35% 411 85.45% 41 23.37% 2356 76.57% 629 19.05% 2671 80.89% 714 18.39% 1859 81.57% 404 16.67% 2019 83.29% 459 1.98% 2470 98.02% 74 2.79% 2577 97.21% 77 4.13% 1092 95.87% 61 5.07% 1141 94.93% 55 4.01% 1461 95.99% 78 4.81% 1543 95.07% 93 3.98% 1545 96.02% 98 5.82% 1587 94.18% 74 3.48% 666 96.52% 49 6.64% 689 93.36% 42 19.43% 1422 80.57% 359 19.03% 1527 80.97% 377 2.40% 733 97.60% 35 4.38% 764 95.50% 25 2.58% 2042 97.42% 79 3.57% 2133 96.38% 88 19.95% 646 80.05% 215 25.29% 635 74.71% 190 5.14% 553 94.69% 52 8.57% 555 91.43% 36 3.03% 512 96.97% 32 5.68% 531 94.32% 23 34.86% 2051 65.11% 1200 35.70% 2161 64.30% 1158 6.05% 2606 93.91% 220 7.27% 2806 92.70% 264 17.65% 933 82.35% 232 19.56% 954 80.44% 191 8.64% 793 91.36% 85 9.34% 824 90.55% 84 48.09% 406 51.79% 424 50.06% 422 49.82% 382 44.96% 612 55.04% 493 41.43% 697 58.57% 427 12.59% 720 87.17% 119 13.69% 747 85.96% 125 2.11% 929 97.89% 32 3.18% 973 96.82% 31 4.42% 822 95.58% 52 5.71% 859 94.29% 57 11.26% 1173 88.66% 214 15.06% 1206 84.87% 203 26.37% 701 73.63% 304 30.61% 689 69.39% 282 2.94% 1222 97.06% 47 3.48% 1303 96.52% 64 23.04% 354 76.96% 147 29.05% 358 70.75% 117 4.80% 3052 95.14% 215 6.23% 3235 93.74% 224 24.37% 1136 75.63% 393 24.72% 1196 75.22% 369 6.31% 1811 93.64% 175 8.41% 1904 91.54% 141 3.14% 894 96.86% 44 4.61% 910 95.39% 29 11.88% 1357 88.06% 208 12.78% 1420 87.22% 195 19.22% 2147 80.59% 607 21.81% 2170 77.97% 490 6.18% 2306 93.82% 238 9.06% 2387 90.90% 192

% Butkovitz % Q Yes % Q No % R Voters 18.64% 1133 81.22% 651 81.58% 154 18.42% 1017 19.95% 1650 79.71% 1127 72.48% 299 24.43% 1657 3.31% 1692 96.58% 704 74.50% 113 14.23% 248 3.03% 1505 96.97% 622 71.33% 250 28.67% 259 22.87% 2048 77.02% 1536 71.68% 607 28.32% 2790 4.36% 1032 95.64% 435 75.92% 82 17.56% 200 9.19% 404 90.58% 87 47.80% 95 52.20% 596 21.84% 2554 78.13% 1912 74.69% 648 25.31% 3056 19.37% 1910 80.59% 1537 78.70% 416 21.30% 1258 3.04% 2458 96.92% 1050 69.54% 460 30.46% 283 4.74% 1106 95.26% 426 72.08% 165 27.92% 254 5.95% 1466 93.85% 746 71.73% 294 28.27% 359 4.51% 1567 95.49% 796 75.09% 264 24.91% 364 6.06% 651 93.94% 207 69.46% 91 30.54% 170 20.13% 1496 79.87% 1036 72.55% 392 27.45% 1115 3.29% 734 96.71% 256 71.31% 103 28.69% 201 4.16% 2024 95.79% 826 72.58% 312 27.42% 412 22.75% 645 77.25% 377 62.42% 227 37.58% 1083 6.25% 540 93.75% 147 68.37% 68 31.63% 378 4.25% 517 95.56% 222 71.84% 87 28.16% 516 34.87% 2162 65.10% 1500 57.43% 1112 42.57% 5556 9.06% 2646 90.83% 1607 75.52% 521 24.48% 429 16.71% 952 83.29% 455 61.74% 282 38.26% 1141 9.51% 799 90.49% 410 78.39% 113 21.61% 664 46.59% 435 53.05% 251 48.36% 268 51.64% 1955 37.85% 701 62.15% 362 52.16% 332 47.84% 2534 14.83% 716 84.93% 541 74.93% 181 25.07% 1375 3.22% 931 96.78% 337 70.80% 139 29.20% 192 6.46% 826 93.54% 285 70.20% 121 29.80% 294 14.51% 1195 85.42% 838 77.52% 243 22.48% 927 28.98% 691 71.02% 397 57.45% 294 42.55% 1640 4.99% 1219 95.01% 426 71.72% 168 28.28% 561 24.48% 361 75.52% 163 56.99% 123 43.01% 1057 6.77% 3085 93.17% 1501 68.41% 693 31.59% 813 23.44% 1204 76.49% 582 54.24% 491 45.76% 1999 7.22% 1811 92.73% 801 70.02% 343 29.98% 798 3.16% 890 96.84% 320 74.25% 111 25.75% 302 12.40% 1378 87.60% 711 63.09% 416 36.91% 749 17.79% 2257 81.95% 898 56.41% 694 43.59% 2646 7.60% 2334 92.36% 1038 69.34% 459 30.66% 1069


APPENDIX A

W Stabile 41 353 42 102 43 38 44 28 45 589 46 122 47 23 48 105 49 54 50 51 51 68 52 146 53 304 54 103 55 588 56 802 57 720 58 1354 59 90 60 44 61 120 62 196 63 966 64 576 65 571 66 1475 Tot 17560

% McVay Jr % Alvarez % Williams % Tracy 37.00% 601 63.00% 437 43.27% 572 56.63% 373 9.34% 990 90.66% 157 13.71% 988 86.29% 122 4.62% 784 95.38% 77 8.77% 801 91.23% 56 2.76% 988 97.24% 37 3.42% 1046 96.58% 38 52.17% 540 47.83% 744 60.44% 487 39.56% 653 6.24% 1831 93.71% 141 6.82% 1924 93.04% 146 4.93% 444 95.07% 43 8.55% 460 91.45% 42 11.96% 770 87.70% 108 11.63% 821 88.37% 97 3.24% 1615 96.76% 93 5.25% 1678 94.70% 79 1.51% 3332 98.46% 126 3.45% 3528 96.53% 131 4.24% 1534 95.76% 98 5.73% 1610 94.21% 99 5.20% 2660 94.80% 179 5.91% 2849 94.09% 174 29.77% 717 70.23% 342 32.02% 725 67.88% 277 17.94% 471 82.06% 129 21.01% 485 78.99% 92 44.44% 735 55.56% 703 50.21% 697 49.79% 577 35.87% 1434 64.13% 893 37.04% 1518 62.96% 716 42.81% 962 57.19% 852 47.39% 946 52.61% 694 47.96% 1469 52.04% 1627 52.16% 1491 47.80% 1302 5.51% 1543 94.43% 122 6.94% 1634 93.00% 113 2.94% 1450 96.99% 59 3.72% 1525 96.09% 67 7.51% 1478 92.49% 164 9.65% 1535 90.35% 130 18.15% 883 81.76% 237 21.51% 865 78.49% 198 49.79% 974 50.21% 1090 51.46% 1027 48.49% 958 55.17% 468 44.83% 674 60.07% 448 39.93% 573 36.58% 990 63.42% 730 43.66% 942 56.34% 576 51.72% 1377 48.28% 1740 56.64% 1332 43.36% 1446 17.33% 83774 82.67% 20671 19.14% 87362 80.86% 18481

% Butkovitz % Q Yes 37.45% 623 62.55% 367 11.03% 984 88.97% 424 6.78% 769 93.10% 303 3.71% 987 96.29% 403 53.83% 560 46.17% 385 7.29% 1856 92.71% 1178 8.81% 435 91.19% 197 10.87% 795 89.13% 329 4.60% 1638 95.29% 735 3.77% 3346 96.20% 1640 5.90% 1579 94.10% 665 6.03% 2713 93.97% 1454 26.11% 784 73.89% 369 14.60% 538 85.40% 228 41.42% 816 58.58% 487 29.44% 1715 70.52% 828 38.88% 1091 61.12% 578 42.10% 1791 57.90% 923 6.72% 1568 93.22% 846 4.39% 1456 95.48% 656 7.93% 1508 91.95% 785 18.22% 889 81.78% 375 45.68% 1137 54.22% 642 51.30% 544 48.70% 342 34.68% 1085 65.32% 562 48.17% 1556 51.83% 867 17.55% 86488 82.45% 44691

% Q No % R Voters 51.19% 350 48.81% 1713 66.25% 216 33.75% 925 66.89% 150 33.11% 515 73.14% 148 26.86% 223 44.46% 481 55.54% 3094 79.11% 311 20.89% 389 73.51% 71 26.49% 270 70.00% 141 30.00% 827 67.87% 348 32.13% 445 74.14% 572 25.86% 327 73.97% 234 26.03% 349 76.69% 442 23.31% 830 50.62% 360 49.38% 1467 54.03% 194 45.97% 783 46.16% 568 53.84% 3863 49.17% 856 50.83% 3753 44.56% 719 55.44% 3961 41.46% 1303 58.54% 7277 72.93% 314 27.07% 372 71.46% 262 28.54% 255 71.11% 319 28.89% 867 54.99% 307 45.01% 1335 42.46% 870 57.54% 5124 41.20% 488 58.80% 3204 47.23% 628 52.77% 2783 39.18% 1346 60.82% 8416 64.84% 24229 31.16% 96284


Appendix B

Ward 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Registrations Republican/Active As of 7/29/2013 Stabile Votes Alvarez Votes Tracy Votes 1017 243 263 260 1657 371 398 413 248 35 69 58 259 38 55 47 2790 569 553 608 200 33 48 47 596 36 69 41 3056 719 629 714 1258 419 404 459 283 50 74 77 254 47 61 55 359 61 78 93 364 64 98 74 170 24 49 42 1115 343 359 377 201 18 35 25 412 54 79 88 1083 161 215 190 378 30 52 36 516 16 32 23 5556 1098 1200 1158 429 168 220 264 1141 200 232 191 664 75 85 84 1955 377 424 382 2534 500 493 427 1375 104 119 125 192 20 29 30 294 38 52 57 927 149 214 203 1640 251 304 282

V:R - S 23.89% 22.39% 14.11% 14.67% 20.39% 16.50% 6.04% 23.53% 33.31% 17.67% 18.50% 16.99% 17.58% 14.12% 30.76% 8.96% 13.11% 14.87% 7.94% 3.10% 19.76% 39.16% 17.53% 11.30% 19.28% 19.73% 7.56% 10.42% 12.93% 16.07% 15.30%

V:R - A 25.86% 24.02% 27.82% 21.24% 19.82% 24.00% 11.58% 20.58% 32.11% 26.15% 24.02% 21.73% 26.92% 28.82% 32.20% 17.41% 19.17% 19.85% 13.76% 6.20% 21.60% 51.28% 20.33% 12.80% 21.69% 19.46% 8.65% 15.10% 17.69% 23.09% 18.54%

V:R -T Amt $/Vote 25.57% 800 3.04 24.92% 1000 2.51 23.39% 200 2.90 18.15% 200 3.64 21.79% 1000 1.81 23.50% 0 0.00 6.88% 300 4.35 23.36% 1000 1.59 36.49% 300 0.74 27.21% 100 1.35 21.65% 0 0.00 25.91% 200 2.56 20.33% 0 0.00 24.71% 100 2.04 33.81% 400 1.11 12.44% 100 2.86 21.36% 300 3.80 17.54% 700 3.26 9.52% 0 0.00 4.46% 0 0.00 20.84% 3500 2.92 61.54% 400 1.82 16.74% 2000 8.62 12.65% 100 1.18 19.54% 2000 4.72 16.85% 2400 4.87 9.09% 800 6.72 15.63% 0 0.00 19.39% 200 3.85 21.90% 200 0.93 17.20% 2000 6.58


Appendix B

Ward 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

Registrations Republican/Active As of 7/29/2013 Stabile Votes Alvarez Votes Tracy Votes 561 35 46 61 1057 106 147 117 813 154 215 224 1999 366 393 369 798 122 175 141 302 29 44 29 749 183 208 195 2646 512 607 490 1069 152 238 192 1713 353 437 373 925 102 157 122 515 38 77 56 223 28 37 38 3094 589 744 653 389 122 141 146 270 20 38 40 827 105 108 97 445 54 93 79 327 51 126 131 349 68 98 99 830 146 179 174 1467 304 342 277 783 103 129 92 3863 588 703 577 3753 802 893 716 3961 720 852 694 7277 1354 1627 1302 372 90 122 113 255 44 59 67 867 120 164 130 1335 196 237 198

V:R - S 6.24% 10.03% 18.94% 18.31% 15.29% 9.60% 24.43% 19.35% 14.22% 20.61% 11.03% 7.38% 12.56% 19.04% 31.36% 7.41% 12.70% 12.13% 15.60% 19.48% 17.59% 20.72% 13.15% 15.22% 21.37% 18.18% 18.61% 24.19% 17.25% 13.84% 14.68%

V:R - A 8.20% 13.91% 26.45% 19.66% 21.93% 14.57% 27.77% 22.94% 22.26% 25.51% 16.97% 14.95% 16.59% 24.05% 36.25% 14.07% 13.06% 20.90% 38.53% 28.08% 21.57% 23.31% 16.48% 18.20% 23.79% 21.51% 22.36% 32.80% 23.14% 18.92% 17.75%

V:R -T Amt $/Vote 10.87% 0 0.00 11.07% 700 4.76 27.55% 200 0.93 18.46% 1400 3.56 17.67% 600 3.43 9.60% 0 0.00 26.03% 200 0.96 18.52% 1600 2.64 17.96% 800 3.36 21.77% 1500 3.43 13.19% 0 0.00 10.87% 200 2.60 17.04% 0 0.00 21.11% 2400 3.23 37.53% 200 1.42 14.81% 0 0.00 11.73% 300 2.78 17.75% 200 2.15 40.06% 200 1.59 28.37% 500 5.10 20.96% 200 1.12 18.88% 800 2.34 11.75% 1200 9.30 14.94% 1800 2.56 19.08% 1000 1.12 17.52% 1700 2.00 17.89% 3000 1.84 30.38% 100 0.82 26.27% 300 5.08 14.99% 600 3.66 14.83% 800 3.38


Appendix B

Ward 63 64 65 66

Registrations Republican/Active As of 7/29/2013 Stabile Votes Alvarez Votes Tracy Votes 5124 948 1069 941 3204 576 674 573 2783 547 694 546 8416 1475 1740 1446

V:R - S 18.50% 17.98% 19.66% 17.53%

V:R - A 20.86% 21.04% 24.94% 20.67%

V:R -T Amt $/Vote 18.36% 3000 2.81 17.88% 2000 2.97 19.62% 2400 3.46 17.18% 5200 2.99 55400 1.3238

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Analysis of the Philadelphia Republican Party for General Election 2013. www.phillygop.com

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