April 26th, 2011

Karen Brown and David Oh

Between the Minutes welcomes back past guests, Karen Brown (candidate for mayor of Philadelphia) and David Oh (candidate for Philadelphia City Council At-Large).

Karen Brown, the First Endorsed Women Candidate for Mayor by a Major Party, in Philadelphia, the fifth largest city in the United States is ready for change! She wants to shake things up a bit and get our city off its’ knees and back on its’ feet! She is not afraid of ruffling feathers to get the job done!

David Oh is a former District Attorney and a former Officer, U.S. Army 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne). In 2007 Mr. Oh ran for Philadelphia City Council At-Large, although he won on Election Day, he lost by 122 votes days later when absentee ballots were counted. Mr. Oh was endorsed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Tribune, The Northeast Times, and The Philadelphia Sunday Sun. Mr. Oh was also endorsed by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce-Penn PAC, The Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity, Teamsters Joint Council No. 57, SEIU Pennsylvania State Council, United Food and Commercial Workers’ Union Local 1776, Fraternal Order of Police, and the Gas Workers’ Union local 686. To find out more about David, visit his campaign site at http://www.davidoh.com/

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