Undecided? You're not alone.

RSVP for our April 5th online event to learn from our analysis of the candidates, and how to find the signal in all of the political noise

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Statistically speaking, you probably have not decided who you’re going to vote for in the Philly primary election on May 16th.

Candidly, I haven’t decided myself!

But what I have been doing is working diligently with 10k Independents advocacy advisor Anne Gemmell to learn how independent business owners and citizens like us can to get smarter and more proactive about our personal decisions for who we think should run our city.

With her help, I’ve learned a TON about the entire spread of candidates, from their track records, their proposed policies, how they run their campaign teams…and not just how they show up at public forums!

In our “State of the Race” event – taking place online next Weds April 5th from 6:30-8pm – we will share what we’ve learned with you along with our latest snapshots of the candidates, what clues we have gathered about how they might lead our city, and how they rank on a powerful “candidate scorecard” that we’ve developed together.

In addition to our latest observations, you’ll learn how to use our candidate scorecard to decide who best fits your vision for our city.

As always, these events are online and free with an RSVP. Our program kicks off promptly at 6:30pm and will run for 90 minutes.

🎟️ RSVP for “State of the Race” on Weds, April 5th

As a bonus to our program, you’ll hear from another very special Philly guest who, while NOT currently running for mayor, we’re proud to have supporting our work. We’ll share more about them next week!

Lastly, we would appreciate any help forwarding this completely free and online event to fellow community leaders and members you know who might wish to participate. Thank you in advance!

Mea culpa: we are aware that some people may not be able to attend this program live due to observance of the first night of Passover. We will share a recording and highlights afterwards, and will make efforts to avoid scheduling mistakes like this in the future. Chag Pesach samech!

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