is happy to see folks are still keeping up with my activities. Glad the budget has passed! If you are interested in meeting or discussing policy (but not political) items with me, please contact my district office at 215.492.2980 and we'll go from there!
wants to thank everyone who offered support and prayers throughout this gubernatorial run. Truly, you inspired me each and every day I was on the campaign trail. While we didn't secure enough votes in this race, our fight will continue. Thank you for allowing me an opportunity to be YOUR voice in this process! God bless you all!
The 3 locations for tickets for tonight's concert are:In Northwest Philadelphia: 5101 Germantown Avenue --- In North: 2231 N. Broad Street --- In West/Southwest Philadelphia: 6526 Elmwood Avenue
is on the way to Ardmore! Going to connect with my mom in her own neighborhood, where my grandparents helped to found the local NAACP chapter. Without their advocacy, without the scholarship my grandfather secured for my tuition at Westtown School, I would NOT be here today!
is hopping on the radio for quick interviews. First with Michael Smerconish on the Big Talker and then with Jonesy in the Morning on Power 99! Talk about diverse voices!
has been to the Melrose and Penrose diners. Now I'm shaking hands with commuters with Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter at Suburban Station! Good morning SEPTA riders!
can't wait to see you at the W4G Victory! concert celebration tomorrow night! Kindred the Family Soul AND Musiq Soulchild AND Fantasia? It's going to be a hot time at the Liacouras Center! Get your tickets at your polling place and come join me! It's FREE!!!
is saying prayers and giving thanks for all the wonderful people I encountered during this amazing run! Tomorrow is the day! Thank you for all the love and support you have showered onto me, my family, and my team!
is clearing the air. 1) I've always stood for qualified, responsible educators and am working to reform our schools so our kids can have the best start possible. 2) I'm thankful that people of differing stripes can coalesce around this campaign. We may not agree on every issue, but we can come together around the fact that we want a better Pennsylvania and are willing to do our part to make that happen.
has been touched by the many fond memories and smiles I've encountered, especially those who remember my dad, the late Hardy Williams. Folks I ran into in North Philly earlier had those kinds of stories. People here like Will Brockenbrough (looking forward to catching up!) have reached out. And then, there are stories like this one.
just left the Links fund-raiser at the Seaport Museum. Time to don the jersey and get ready to join the Broad Street Bullies down at the Wachovia Center! Look for me in my Flyers gear and say hello!