We are thrilled to announce that Betsy has been recommended by the Philadelphia Bar Association Commission on Judicial Selection. By recommending Betsy, the Bar Association is confident that she possesses: high degree of knowledge of established legal principles; trial experience and a deep knowledge of the rules of evidence and courtroom procedures; a record and reputation for excellent character and integrity; financial responsibility; judicial temperament; a record of community involvement; devotion to improvement of the quality of justice.
Very happy to announce that I have been endorsed by the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). NOW is engaged in working to realize a broad vision for progress for women and their families, which is predicated on intersectionality and inclusion. To learn more about the great work they are doing, visit www.phillynow.org.
I am thrilled to have received the endorsement of Liberty City today! Liberty City LGBT Democratic Club is an advocacy organization which builds political power for the Philadelphia area Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community through involvement within the Democratic Party. To learn more about this wonderful organization visit www.libertycity.org. Thank you Liberty City!
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Once again, the Philadelphia Fire Fighters' and Paramedics' Union has endorsed Betsy's campaign. Local 22 represents the uniformed members of the Philadelphia Fire Department. We are so proud to have their support.
For the second year in a row, the Transit Workers Union (Local 234) has endorsed Betsy's campaign for the Court of Common Pleas. TWU represents 5,000 workers at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and also represents workers in Upper Darby Township, at Hyundai-Rotem in South Philadelphia and MV Transit.
By recommending Betsy, the Bar Association is confident that she possesses:
- A high degree of knowledge of established legal principles.
- Trial experience and a deep knowledge of the rules of evidence and courtroom procedures.
- A record and reputation for excellent character and integrity.
Betsy Wahl has announced that she is running for the 2017 Democratic Nomination for the Court of Common Pleas.
"We're going to build on what we started two years ago — and I'm confident this campaign will end with a victory on May 16, 2017," Wahl said.
"The bar's recommendations are based on legal ability, experience, integrity, temperament, community involvement, and judgment. The bar recommended... Betsy Wahl."
The National Organization for Women (NOW) has voted to endorse Betsy. NOW is engaged in working to realize a progressive vision for Philadelphia women and their families.