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Labor Leaders, Brady To Host Fattah Breakfast by Joe Shaheeli Congressman Bob Brady (D-Phila.), ranking member, Committee on House Administration and Committee on Armed Services, together with major labor leaders, will host a Breakfast Reception & Labor Policy conversation with special guest Congressman Bobby Scott (D-Va.) at Warmdaddy’s, 1400 S. Columbus Boulevard at Reed Street, on Thursday, Jan. 29. The breakfast fundraiser is in honor of Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-Phila.), House Senior Democratic Whip Team member and ranking member of Commerce, Justice, Science subcommittee and House Appropriations. Labor hosts include Ryan Boyer, business manager, Laborers’ District Council of Philadelphia & Vicinity; John Dougherty, business manager, IBEW Local 98, Patrick Eiding, president Philadelphia AFL-CIO Council; Patrick

Jenkins Raises Bucks

RALLYING around Democratic 27th Ward Leader Carol Jenkins in her race for City Commissioner were, from left, Prof. Frank Chance, S. Phila. historian Murray Dubin, child advocate Shelly Yanoff, Jenkins and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown. Gillespie, president, Philadelphia Building & Construction Trades Council; and Sam Staten, Jr., business manager, Laborers’ Local 332 Philadelphia & Vicinity. Scott, who is ranking member on the Committee on Education & the Workforce, through his committee work is the leader in Washington on legislation that impacts organized labor and all working

AMONG crowd of 50 at Mary Goldman’s fundraiser for Carol Jenkins were Ward Leader Lou Agre, Goldman and her successor Jenkins.

Americans. Join them for a discussion of labor policies that impact the workforce in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. The breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. and will run to 10 a.m. Suggested contribution levels are $2,500 — Sponsor, $1,000 — PAC, and $500 — Individual. For more information or to RSVP, please call Kristen at (267) 314-7770. Contributions should be made

SOLIDLY in Carol Jenkins’ corner are Jobs With Justice Exec. Dir. Gwen Snyder, Walnut Hill Community Association President Horace Patterson, Jenkins and nonprofit leader Andy Toy.

payable to Fattah for Congress, PO Box 30753, Phila., PA 19104.

Deeley Seen Leader In Commissioner Race Lisa Deeley has proven

herself as one of the Democratic Party’s most able and loyal supporters. Her resume shows how she has earned that designation. For years she was a key staffer with thenState Rep. and now City Con-

troller Alan Butkovitz. She then responded to the call by 6th Dist. Councilman Bobby Henon to become his Director of Community Outreach. She’s been trained in community service by her mother Barbara Deeley from the day she could hand up a leaflet to a voter answering the door knock during an election. Her mother is the state’s first Sheriff. For over two decades, she worked in that department, and was appointed to the top post to fill out the term of Sheriff John Green, who had retired. Through the years, the ever-present, dynamic duo has lent a helping hand to elected officials, ward leaders and others. Odds are they will re(Cont. Next Page)

Dog Owners Vote! DOZEN ANIMAL advocates and their pets endorsed Lynne Abraham for Mayor of Phila. Lynne, as DA, appointed first-ever animal cruelty prosecutor and worked with PSPCA to prosecute many animal cruelty cases.

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