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I’m Maria Quiñones Sánchez, candidate for Mayor of Philadelphia. For the last 14 years, I served as City Councilmember for the 7th District. From gun violence to decreasing city services, we need to use everything we’ve got to help our city. I invite you to learn more about my story, track record, and plans to become Philadelphia’s next mayor.
I’ve been working on Philadelphia’s frontlines for 30 years, 14 years on City Council. While on Council, I was Chair, Committee on Appropriations (budget), Co-Chair on Education, and Co-Chair, Special Committee on Poverty Reduction & Prevention. My expertise and wisdom from decades in the trenches is unmatched. I’m known for tackling impossibly complex problems, uniting leaders with opposing views, and getting things done. READ MORE >>
‘Is she viable?’ Mayoral candidate María Quiñones Sánchez says her campaign has a bite.
Al Dia News
“Quiñones Sánchez raised a total of $548,000 in 2022, according to a campaign spokesperson, and starts the new year with a sizable portion of that amount to kick off a crowded mayoral race…” READ MORE »
The race begins: Philly Council members Maria Quiñones-Sánchez and Derek Green are running for mayor
The Philadelphia Inquirer
She is “unapologetic” about her belief that the next mayor should be a woman. READ MORE »
“People talk about it from the data perspective and from the abstract. But this is what I live every single day,” she said. “I’ve done all that I can as a City Council member. Ultimately, policy and enforcement is decided by the mayor, and in this particular case, we have disagreed with their strategy, and I join with the residents of Kensington in saying, ‘We can’t keep doing this. It is unfair, it’s discriminatory.’” READ MORE »
Maria Quiñones Sánchez resigns from Philly council, launches bid for mayor
The Philadelphia Tribune
“I am a candidate for mayor, the first official candidate in the historic election.” She said that she wants to fix what she believes is a “broken city.” READ MORE »