Philadelphia Public Record

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About Us

The Philadelphia Public Record serves the City’s political community as well as the City’s Labor and neighborhood leaderships with an impact not felt from any other publication since Tom Paine’s “Common Sense”.

Every week a minimum of 40,500 copies of the latest issue of the Philadelphia Public Record are distributed. Of these, eleven to twelve thousand are mailed to the homes and the offices of the people who make, shape, and set policy from the neighborhood block level to the highest halls of government in this city and Harrisburg.

These include the election workers who staff the polls on election day on up to the committee people and Ward Leaders of both parties as well as their elected and appointed office holders in the city, and our representatives and senators in the State and in Washington. This list also include community groups, their leadership, doctors, institutions, schools education and media types.