The Bellevue Bulletin

Bellevue Bulletin 12/06/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 12/06/2019

By Kristina D’Amico Welcome back! We hope you had an excellent holiday weekend, just in time for a chilly December here in Philly, and more upcoming holidays! First up in Philly news: the city is launching a new urban forest plan. Despite continuous efforts to increase the number of trees in the city, we’ve lost ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 11/22/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 11/22/2019

By Kristina D’Amico Welcome back! We’re a week away from Thanksgiving, so power through this Friday and read about all of the exciting things that happened this past week! First up in news from both Philadelphia and the state of Pennsylvania – with the nation’s lowest rate of teachers of color, Pennsylvania officials on Wednesday ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 11/15/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 11/15/2019

Happy Friday and welcome back to your weekly update with Bellevue Strategies! The biggest piece of news this week is that the impeachment trials for President Donald Trump have officially begun and are being broadcast to the nation via most major news outlets, and C-SPAN. Here’s where to watch. Interestingly enough, Philadelphia is playing a role in the ... Read More
 
Kendra Brooks – City Council At-Large

Kendra Brooks – City Council At-Large

By Aleah Melise Kendra Brook is Philadelphian, raised in the Nicetown section of the city and still resides there with her four children. As a young single mother, Kendra realized that getting an education was a pathway to being able to better provide a better future for her and her children. She attended Community College ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 11/08/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 11/08/2019

By Kristina D’Amico  Welcome back to your weekly update with Bellevue Strategies! Lots of exciting things happened this week, including an election; the first third-party candidate to win in over 100 years; and a new Podcast from Bellevue! First up, we have a summary of Tuesday’s election all set for you to check out. Find ... Read More
 

The PA Politics Podcast: Episode 1 – Meet Mustafa Rashed

Welcome to the very first PA Politics Podcast, presented by Bellevue Strategies and hosted by Kristina D’Amico. In these podcasts, we’ll be talking to Pennsylvania’s biggest political actors and discussing policy and everything that is happening in our state. This week, meet Mustafa Rashed, CEO of Bellevue Strategies! Listen on: Google Play Apple Music  Soundcloud
 
Bellevue Bulletin 11/01/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 11/01/2019

Happy Friday and Happy November! Welcome back to your weekly update with Bellevue. First up in big news this week: Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner has put out an official endorsement for Elizabeth Warren, announcing his support on Wednesday morning for the Massachusetts Senator. He said, “Elizabeth Warren is principled, she is for the people, and ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 10/25/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 10/25/2019

Welcome to your weekly update from Bellevue Strategies! Up first this week in news state-wide is your guide to the November 5th election that’s quickly coming up! There are two vacancies to be filled on the Superior Court and two retention races. Find all the information here.  In Philadelphia, City Controller Rebecca Rhynhard called on ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 10/18/2019

Bellevue Bulletin 10/18/2019

Welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue Strategies! This week in state news: Pennsylvania is leading the nation in student loan debt. Jennifer O’Mara, a freshman state representative from Delaware County, attended the new Student Debt Caucus in the state House on Wednesday, located at Cabrini University in Radnor. The issue in question was, ... Read More
 
Bellevue Bulletin 10/11/19

Bellevue Bulletin 10/11/19

Welcome back to your weekly update from Bellevue! First up this week from the state is a new survey of Pennsylvania’s voters on a controversial issue: gerrymandering. Franklin and Marshall College’s Center for Opinion Research,  in partnership with Fair Districts PA, conducted a study on how they feel about state legislative district determinations. The results? ... Read More