As candidates for Mayor and City Council court voters, an exciting effort hosted at http://www.reformballot.org/ allowed reformers from every corner of the city to define the principles of a reform agenda for Philadelphia. Combining the power of wikipedia with widespread growth in the Constituency for Change, this experiment in deliberative democracy gave citizens the opportunity to edit, contribute to, and vote on a R.E.F.O.R.M. Agenda for Philadelphia.

Now we know which candidates are REFORMERS and which candidates are NOT REFORMERS based on their responses to the R.E.F.O.R.M. Agenda (http://reformballot.org/theagenda).  Now you can see for yourself:

Candidates for Mayor
Candidates for District Council (Democrats)
Candidates for District Council (Republicans and Greens)
Candidates for Council At-Large

After you finish looking at the candidates' responses, you can MAKE YOUR OWN REFORM BALLOT so you can take it with you to the polls to remember who is a REFORMER and who is not!


 The Reformers' Roundtable drafted the broad brushstrokes of this work in the form of a R.E.F.O.R.M. Compact (see blue box) that focuses on principles that affect how decisions are made in Philadelphia and how the public participates in those decisions. Scores of Philadelphians signed the R.E.F.O.R.M. Compact, drafted R.E.F.O.R.M. ideas and voted for the elements of the R.E.F.O.R.M. Agenda for Philadelphia. Reformers should visit www.reformballot.org to review the final R.E.F.O.R.M. Agenda.