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“I am not going to Harrisburg with the idea that we’re going to cooperate or cooperate with Republicans in order to get small things done.”

Summary by Philadelphia Weekly
When PA State Rep. Brian Sims decided to run for Lt. Governor and vacate his seat in the PA House of Representatives (which includes the Gayborhood), a formidable group of Democratic primary candidates emerged, including LGBTQ+ community activists Deja Lynn Alvarez and Jonathan Lovitz. But in the end it was Ben Waxman who came out ahead. Waxman now faces Republican challenger Albert Robles – an all but guaranteed win in the Democratic stronghold…
2 months ago·Harrisburg, United States

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“I am not going to Harrisburg with the idea that we’re going to cooperate or cooperate with Republicans in order to get small things done.”

When PA State Rep. Brian Sims decided to run for Lt. Governor and vacate his seat in the PA House of Representatives (which includes the Gayborhood), a formidable group of Democratic primary candidates emerged, including LGBTQ+ community activists Deja Lynn Alvarez and Jonathan Lovitz. But in the end it was Ben Waxman who came out ahead. Waxman now faces Republican challenger Albert Robles – an all but guaranteed win in the Democratic stronghold…

2 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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