Liberty City Endorsement Results

Executive Director of PhillyGayCalendar

Due to COVID-19 and out of concern for our members, this year Liberty City LGBTQ+ Democratic Club held an online endorsement vote. 

Voting opened at 11:30 AM on April 17, 2021 and closed at 6:00PM on April 18, 2021. Out of the eligible members who voted, 79.2% of voters voted to endorse the Endorsement Committee’s recommended slate.

The membership of the Liberty City LGBTQ+ Democratic Club, the only organization in Philadelphia exclusively committed to organizing LGBTQ+ Democrats, has voted.  Today we are proud to announce our endorsements for the 2021 primary election.


Statewide and Citywide Judicial Offices

Judge Maria McLaughlin

PA Supreme Court

Judge Tamika. Lane

PA Superior Court

Judge Lori Dumas

PA Commonwealth Court

Judge David Spurgeon

PA Commonwealth Court

Wendi Barish

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Craig Levin

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Nick Kamau

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Judge Dan Sulman

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Michele Hangley

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Betsy Wahl

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Judge Cateria McCabe

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas

Judge George Twardy

Philadelphia Municipal Court

Citywide Offices

Larry Krasner

District Attorney

Rebecca Rhynhart

City Controller

The next primary election is on May 18, 2021.

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