“The Philadelphia Democratic primary for mayor was a race many experts believed was going to be close and down to just a few thousand votes.
“Instead, we saw a pretty convincing win for Cherelle Parker. So Wednesday, we went to find out how Parker was able to stand out in that crowded field.
“Parker supporters celebrated a historic win Tuesday night. The former state rep and city councilmember topped a crowded Democratic field to grab the party nomination for the city’s 100th mayor.
“”Knocking doors, turning out voters is obviously what it came down to,” Lauren Cristella, of the Committee of Seventy, a nonprofit, said.”
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