Jim Kenney

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Jim Kenney lives in Kansas City, Missouri.


Kenney is listed as a local coordinator for the Tikkun Community, as of March 15, 2010.[1]

Supporting Sarah Del Ricci

John Meyerson March 21, 2015:


If you live in NE Philly's 170th House District Tuesday is ELECTION DAY! If you support Wolf's budget Sarah Del Ricci is your candidate! — with Michele Vaughn, Tina Veneri Davis, Anthony Gallagher, Robert Cellucci, Jim Kenney, Matthew Giovaneese, Jim Cawley, Steve Pettit, John Kane, Tony Iannucci III, Brian Stevenson, John P. Sabatina, Jr., Josh Young, Anthony J. Gatto and Pennsylvania AFL-CIO.

Vote Justice slate

215 People’s Alliance May 19, 2015 ·


TODAY IS THE DAY FOLKS. Nurse Patty Eakin on why she's going to #VoteJustice:


"I am excited by this election because I think we have a strong slate of candidates who are willing to fight to make this a city for everyone, not just for the city elites and the downtown corporations like Comcast.

As a nurse I know that one of the biggest predictors of poor health is poverty, and Philadelphia is the poorest of America's big cities. Jim Kenney and our endorsed city council candidates have pledged to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour because no one can provide the basic necessities of life for themselves and their children on $8 an hour."

The #VoteJustice Slate is Jim Kenney for Mayor, and Sherrie Cohen, Helen Gym, Isaiah Thomas, Wilson Good, Jr. and William Greenlee for City Council. Learn more about the #VoteJustice slate at http://215pa.com/.

Opposing travel ban

Amid a crowd of more than 100 protesters in Terminal A at PHL, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf made an announcement around January 28, 2017 : “I am here to say you are welcome here.” Less than an hour later, word filtered through that a federal judge’s ruling temporarily stayed part of an order from President Donald Trump banning citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the U.S. for 90 days.

He wasn’t the only prominent politician to make an appearance. Senator Bob Casey left an engagement wearing a tux and tails to show solidarity for Syrian families at PHL who had been denied entry and forced to return to the Middle East and three people from Qatar who were being detained. Mayor Jim Kenney, Congressmen Robert Brady and Dwight Evans, City Councilwoman Helen Gym and state Rep. Brian Sims were also there.[2]

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