Because I run this blog, I am allowed to do this, dig?
Cheri Honkala vows to serve the interests of the people instead of the interests of the banks by “Keeping Families in Their Homes” until the economic climate in Philadelphia changes.
Honkala is a tireless advocate for the nation’s poor and homeless. She founded the local Kensington Welfare Rights Union (KWRU) and the national Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign (PPEHRC). Honkala was included in Philadelphia Magazine’s list of 100 Most Powerful Philadelphians and was named Philadelphia Weekly’s “Woman of the Year” in 1997. Cheri Honkala’s run for Sheriff comes as a last resort to help people and families who have nowhere to turn after a corrupt Sheriff’s Office still can’t come up with millions of dollars worth of real-estate auction receipts. Honkala vows to fight for the working class homeowner who has been left to live in the streets after the Wall Street financial class was bailed out.
Donate now to Cheri’s campaign and keep people in their homes and off the streets in Philadelphia. Even if you do not live near or around Philly, remember it only takes one person to start a fire and make a difference.