MICHAEL WILLIAMS KICKS OFF HIS CAMPAIGN
On December 5, 2012, Michael Williams (D) formally announced his candidacy for
Philadelphia City Controller. Supporters of Williams and member of the press joined him at
Philadelphia’s historic Reading Terminal Market to hear Williams’ official announcement entering the City Controller’s race. The Democratic nomination for the city’s top financial post is May 2.
wasteful with our limited resources. In hard times when I was homeless, I knew that
I could not waste a single penny if I were to survive another day. I have the clear
priorities, the work ethic, the work record and the personal experience to assure
that government resources will be used to benefit, and not burden, Philadelphia’s
workers, businesses, students, and everyone else living, working, employing,
studying and visiting this great City.”
1978, living in the tunnels under Suburban Station and Market East, yet persevering
to earn his undergraduate degree from Temple University and his law degree from
the University of Pennsylvania.
Empowerment operations for the 2012 Elections, said that his dynamic, community-
drive campaign will be focus on making Philadelphia the home of transparent,
responsive, and accountable government, while engagement new voters in local
in Philadelphia. Previously, Williams was a Senior Attorney at the City of
Philadelphia’s Law Department.
Robertson, CEO at Entertainment and Arts Ministry Group
Civic Association, Mission Kids, and Temple Ambler. In addition, he serves on the
Board of Advisors of the Student Leadership Project’s and was a Member of the
Board of Trustees of Temple University.
Dean for Student Affairs at Drexel Medical School and a partner in a private Family
Medicine practice in Willow Grove, PA, (North Willow Grove Family Medicine).
Their adopted son, Kristopher, is a senior at Temple University.
Williams, Cassandra Georges, Principal at Above & Beyond Dispute Resolution, LLC and David Maser
For more information check out Friends for Michael Williams here.
(Photos were purchased by the Friends of Michael Williams, and some of the information provided by the organization.)