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Yardley Councilman-Elect Quits Over Racist Facebook Posts

By Alex Lloyd Gross It takes a lot be win an elected position and very little to lose it.  Patrick McGovern found that out this weekend when he quite his newly elected position as borough councilman before he was sworn in. Patrick McGovern had an alternative Facebook account where he posted what he called “satire”.

Major Upsets in Philly City Council Election

By Alex Lloyd Gross It was no surprise that Mayor James Kenney cruised to a victory over challenger Billy Ciancaglini. “Billy From Philly” got great response from wards in Northeast Philadelphia but other parts of the city went for Kenney, who spent very little money on this election. Kenney is eyeing a run for Governor

Election Results For Some Races Are In

By Alex Lloyd Gross In spite of what thehBucks County Web Site is reporting, some local races have been called differently. In Bensalem,  democratic Candidates for council Bryan Allen and Angela Cacchio have conceded the race to Ed Kisselback and Joe Knowles, who are incumbents . At Tarranova’s  restaurant, Allen and Cacchio  stood up and

Meet The Judicial Candidates In Bucks County

  This will happen after the Eagles game.  No reason not to attend. For All Bucks County residents This event will be held at the new LMT community center is on Oxford Valley Road. Kayden’s Korner would like to invite the residents of Bucks County to come out and get to know the 6 candidates

Senator Haywood Talks About A Raise In Minimum Wage

By Alex Lloyd Gross On January 22 2019 Senator Art Haywood participated in a rally to raise the state minimum wage outside a McDonalds restaurant at 29 E Chelten Ave.  It was 10 degrees outside and over 200 people showed up for a rally. He was back at the same McDonalds today, September 27, 2019

Public Can See New Voting Machines In Bucks County This Month

Bucks County will conduct a third and final public demonstration of new voting machine options at Bucks County Community College’s Newtown campus on Monday, Aug. 19. The demonstration will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Gallagher Room of the Charles E. Rollins Center on the campus, located at 275 Swamp Road

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