[NEWS] Sister Mary Scullion Not Pleased With Late, Absent Candidates At Homelessness Forum
"On election day," said Sister Mary Scullion, according to the Inquirer, "it's important for us to take note who showed up today."
Those words were uttered in connection with Thursday night's Vote For Homes' Real Solutions for Hunger and Homelessness Mayoral Candidates Forum, which drew an estimated 400 people to the Broad Street Ministry.
According the Inky report, just Jim Kenney and (Republican candidate) Melissa Murray Bailey were there from the start. Lynne Abraham showed up a half hour late, and Nelson Diaz and T. Milton Street Sr. showed up a half hour after that.