SOLD OUT - Please join us and view the live broadcast on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, at 7:30 pm on PHL17.
Join us as were hear from the 2023 Mayoral Candidates and learn of their vision for the City of Philadelphia.
Sponsored by the Northeast Times and the GNPCC Government Affairs Committee, the structured forum will be informative and allow attendees to understand the candidates' vision for Northeast Philadelphia and citywide.
Reservations are required.
Please enter campus at the Frankford Avenue entrance onto Stevenson Lane for parking. Proceed straight and turn left into the Campus Center parking lot. After parking, proceed to the entrance of the Campus Center. For guests requiring accessibility accommodations, after entering the Campus Center parking lot, please proceed forward and turn right to access the rear entrance of the Campus Center.
Confirmed Candidates for Mayor To Date:
Jeff Brown, www.jeffbrownformayor.com
Judge James M. DeLeon, www.deleonformayor.info
Allan Domb, votedomb.com
Derek Green, derekformayor.com
Helen Gym, www.helengym.com
David Oh, www.davidoh.com
Cherelle Parker, cherelleparker.com
Rebecca Rhynhart, rebeccaforphiladelphia.com
Meet the Moderators
Jennifer Lewis-Hall is a veteran news anchor, producer, communications, and multimedia executive. Inducted into the Mid-Atlantic Emmy’s Silver Circle, Jennifer is a two-time Emmy-nominated broadcast journalist and Pennsylvania Broadcasters Award recipient covering complex issues including politics, education and healthcare.
She is currently an anchor, host, and producer for WPHL-17 in Philadelphia, where she covers stories on business, law, finance, medicine, and current affairs. She is producer and host of Politics In Focus the station’s longstanding public affairs program focusing on political and community issues as diverse as the opioid epidemic, the gun violence crisis, medical innovation, global geopolitical events, and federal, state, and local-level legislation as well as widely followed elections.
She is an anchor of news, a host and executive producer of primetime specials, and the Director of Community Affairs. Jennifer has covered local and national figures and stories during her media career.
Jennifer is a speaker and the author of three books, Life’s a Journey—Not a Sprint, Life Changes: Using the Power of Change to Transform Your Life and recently authored a new children’s book The Tale Of The Sly Mongoose: Bianca And The Anguilla Island Adventures.
Jennifer has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from Douglass College at Rutgers University and a Master of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Jennifer is the recipient of numerous awards including the Camden County Medal of Freedom and the Douglass Society at Rutgers University for outstanding commitment to the field of broadcast journalism.
Daniel McElhatton, Esq. Law Offices of Daniel P. McElhatton, PC
Dan McElhatton is an attorney with the Law Offices of Daniel P. McElhatton, PC. Mr. McElhatton served as a Philadelphia City Council member from 1992 to 1996. He is also a longtime member of the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (among many organizations) and most recently served as Chair of the Board of Directors. He has previously served as Cahir of the Board of Trustees of Community College of Philadelphia. Dan's practice includes significant experience with employment-related matters, including handling age, ADA, ADEA, and FMLA cases. He has tried numerous cases to jury verdicts and has argued appeals in appellate courts on State and federal levels. In May 2016, he prevailed in a precedent-setting case in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Tom Waring, Editor, Northeast Times
Tom Waring has worked for the Northeast Times for 26 years, 18 as a reporter and eight as an editor. He grew up in Oxford Circle and graduated from St. Martin of Tours, St. Joseph's Prep, and Penn State. He is on the Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame Committee, is treasurer of the Friends of Holmesburg Library, a member of the Holmesburg Civic Association, and is block captain for the 3400 block of Hartel Ave. He has served on committees at St. Martin's and formerly served on the St. Hubert advisory board. Other newspapers he worked for include the Bucks County Courier Times and Trentonian.
2023 City of Philadelphia Mayoral For...
Date and Time
Tuesday Apr 18, 2023
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
Tuesday, April 18, 2023
6:00 pm - Doors Open
7:30 pm - Forum Begins
Holy Family University
9081 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19114
No charge to attend.
Reservations are strongly suggested. Seating is limited.