CBS Philly offers a piece on Beth Grossman (seen in the above photo), the Republican candidate for the DA in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Republican candidate for District Attorney in Philadelphia, Beth Grossman, discussed her campaign with Chris Stigall on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, saying she changed parties and decided to seek the office because she is tired of seeing the misdeeds of the Democrats in the city.
“For many many years, all my life, I was a Democrat and in 2013, I switched parties because I got tired of the Philadelphia Democratic corruption that was going on within the party and, since that time, we have had 12 judges, over half a dozen State Reps, Chaka Fattah, a Congressman, Kathleen Kane, our Attorney General, and now Seth Williams, our former District Attorney, for whom I worked, all who are Democrats. My entire career has always been a local focus, I’m a local prosecutor, that’s what I’ve done. But as a Philadelphia taxpayer and a resident and somebody who took her oath of office very seriously, I’ve had it. That was enough.”
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You can also read my Crime Beat column on Philadelphia political corruption via the below link: