2013: Election Philadelphia

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2013: Election Philadelphia

  1. 1. 1. Off-Year Election, 2013
  2. 2. 1. Off-Year Election, 2013
  3. 3. What does ‘off-year’ mean??
  4. 4. 2. ‘Off-year’ means we we do not vote for president, mayor or governor. This year, we vote for Philadelphia leaders.
  5. 5. 2.‘Off-year’ means we do not vote for president, mayor or governor. This year, we vote for Philadelphia leaders.
  6. 6. Off-year election? Doesn’t matter! Do not be lazy! 3. Voting is important! Go vote!! Uncle Sam I WANTYOU
  7. 7. Off-year election? Doesn’t matter! Do not be lazy! 3. Voting is important! Go vote!! Uncle Sam I WANTYOU
  8. 8. Is it hard to vote?
  9. 9. No! Voting is easy.
  10. 10. First, fill out this form. Mail it.
  11. 11. 4. Bring your photo ID on election
  12. 12. 4. Bring your photo ID on election
  13. 13. PA ID or License 4. Bring your photo ID on election
  14. 14. PA ID or License ID from work 4. Bring your photo ID on election
  15. 15. PA ID or License passport ID from work 4. Bring your photo ID on election
  16. 16. 5. Most Important Political Parties
  17. 17. 5. Most Important Political Parties
  18. 18. Democrats 5. Most Important Political Parties
  19. 19. Democrats Republicans 5. Most Important Political Parties
  20. 20. Democrats Republicans 5. Most Important Political Parties
  21. 21. Who wants to win elections in 2013?
  22. 22. 6. The 2013 election is for local & state
  23. 23. 6. The 2013 election is for local & state
  24. 24. 7. Most of the candidates are state
  25. 25. ???? 8. Philadelphians vote for District
  26. 26. 8. ...and City Controller.
  27. 27. 9. District Attorneys work with the
  28. 28. 9. District Attorneys work with the
  29. 29. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  30. 30. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  31. 31. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  32. 32. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  33. 33. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  34. 34. Bar The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  35. 35. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  36. 36. The District Attorney must *be a law school graduate *work as a lawyer for two or more years *be a member of the PA Bar Association *supervise 600 workers –lawyers, court staff *manage $30,000,000. 10. District Attorney = ‘people’s
  37. 37. 11. District Attorney Candidates
  38. 38. candidates = people who try to win elections 11. District Attorney Candidates
  39. 39. Democrat: Seth Williams 11. District Attorney Candidates
  40. 40. Democrat: Seth Williams Republican: Daniel Alvarez 11. District Attorney Candidates
  41. 41. Democrat: Seth Williams *Incumbent since 2009 *45 *Georgetown Law School *worked in DA office & private law firm Republican: Daniel Alvarez
  42. 42. Democrat: Seth Williams *Incumbent since 2009 *45 *Georgetown Law School *worked in DA office & private law firm Republican: Daniel Alvarez
  43. 43. Democrat: Seth Williams *Incumbent since 2009 *45 *Georgetown Law School *worked in DA office & private law firm Republican: Daniel Alvarez *Opposition Candidate *35 *American University Law School *worked in DA office & private law firm
  44. 44. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  45. 45. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  46. 46. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  47. 47. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  48. 48. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  49. 49. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  50. 50. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  51. 51. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  52. 52. 12. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  53. 53. 12. The City Controller must *be 25 years old and live in Philadelphia *check (audit) every city office & approve payments *supervise 112 workers –accountants, staff *manage $7,000,000. 12. City Controller = City’s Auditor
  54. 54. 13. City Controller Candidates
  55. 55. Democrat: Alan Butkovitz 13. City Controller Candidates
  56. 56. Democrat: Alan Butkovitz Republican: Terrence Tracey 13. City Controller Candidates
  57. 57. Democrat: Alan Butkovitz Republican: Terrence Tracey *Incumbent since 2005 *61 *Temple Law School *State Representative for 14 years City Controller Candidates
  58. 58. Democrat: Alan Butkovitz *Incumbent since 2005 *61 *Temple Law School *State Representative for 14 years Republican: Terrence Tracey *Business advisor to national stores *31 *University of PA, Gov’t Administration City Controller Candidates
  59. 59. How do you decide who to vote for?
  60. 60. 14. List candidates’ opinions. Who has your favorites? Vote for that person. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. Democratic Position Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position
  61. 61. Make a decision! Here's how: Get a piece of paper and number it 1 – 6. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. Democratic Position Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position
  62. 62. Make a decision! Here's how: Get a piece of paper and number it 1 – 6. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. Democratic Position Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position
  63. 63. Make a decision! Here's how: Get a piece of paper and number it 1 – 6. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. Democratic Position Issues: 1. List it here… 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position
  64. 64. Make a decision! Here's how: Get a piece of paper and number it 1 – 6. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. Democratic Position Issues: 1. List it here… 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position ...or here.
  65. 65. Make a decision! Here's how: Get a piece of paper and number it 1 – 6. For each issue, choose one position as your favorite. JUST CHOOSE ONE! Democratic Position Issues: 1. List it here… 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Republican Position ...or here.
  66. 66. Other ways to decide who should get your vote...
  67. 67. Other ways to decide who should get your vote... 15. Ask knowledgeable people for their opinions about candidates.
  68. 68. Other ways to decide who should get your vote... 15. Ask knowledgeable people for their opinions about candidates.
  69. 69. Other ways to decide who should get your vote... 16. Check your family’s newspaper opinion pages. See which candidates they endorse.
  70. 70. Other ways to decide who should get your vote... 16. Check your family’s newspaper opinion pages. See which candidates they endorse.
  71. 71. Vote for candidates with opinions that match your opinions on issues.
  72. 72. 16. Don’t forget to vote! Uncle Sam I WANTYOU
  73. 73. 17. Don’t forget to vote! Uncle Sam I WANTYOU
  74. 74. Uncle Sam I WANTYOU to Do Homework!
  75. 75. Watch tonight’s or tomorrow’s news. Who won election for District Attorney? ...for City Controller? Uncle Sam I WANTYOU to Do Homework!

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