Bug Helps Phila. Mayor Street To Easy Re-Election

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The federal bug of the Philadelphia mayor’s office helped incumbent John Street to an easy re-election victory. The Philadelphia Inquirer says the results “proved that, in Philadelphia, racial and party loyalty trump the taint of corruption that comes with a federal investigation.” The Inquirer says victory seemed assured when Street’s opponent, Sam Katz, was recast
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