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James F. Kenney (I): Four-term incumbent from South Philadelphia with focus on setting up 3-1-1 system for city and zoning and planning reform.
William K. Greenlee (I): On Council since November special election. Fairmount resident was the longtime aide to Councilman David Cohen.
Harry Massele: West Philadelphia accountant.
Wilson Alexander: Southwest Philadelphia resident.
Benjamin Ramos: Former state Representative from North Philadelphia.
Caryn Hunt: Anti-casino activist from South Philadelphia.
W. Wilson Goode Jr. (I): Two-term incumbent from West Philadelphia, son of former Mayor Wilson Goode. Strong focus on minority business and fair lending.
Sharif T. Street: Lawyer and son of Mayor John Street. North Philadelphia resident.
Bill Green: Chestnut Hill resident, lawyer, son of former Mayor William Green.
Michael K. Ellis: Marketing director for Scotland Yard Security Services, Inc., from Germantown.
Marc Stier: Temple professor and community activist from Mt. Airy.
Matt Ruben: Northern Liberties Activist, former president of Northern Liberties Neighbors Association.
Maceo Cummings: West Philadelphia resident, involved in community development activities.
Andy Toy: Center City resident. Former Commerce Department official. Chair of the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation.
Blondell Reynolds Brown (I): Two-term incumbent and former teacher from West Philadelphia, with strong focus on children’s’ issues.
Derek S. Green: Germantown resident, former chief of staff for Councilwoman Marian Tasco.
T. Milton Street Sr.: West Philadelphia resident, or is it New Jersey? Street launched his controversial candidacy after a failed plan to run for mayor.
Juan F. Ramos (I): One-term incumbent from North Philadelphia. Community activist, pushed city’s trans-fat ban.
Rodney Little: Overbrook resident.