Primary 2018: Philly Set Go Endorsed

Philadelphia — Philly Set Go, the first millennial PAC in Pennsylvania, announces its endorsements of four candidates for state legislature. Millennials, an age demographic roughly between 22-37, across Philadelphia want ethical, transparent, and effective local and state governance but too many of our elected officials champion partisanship, demagoguery, and the interest of a narrow few over the public good.

Philly Set Go was created because we believe millennials can help change that reality and drive better politics. As millennials approach a majority of the electorate in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, we can be the decisive demographic for change. We, millennials, expect real solutions to the education, job growth, and income inequity issues that plague Philadelphia and Pennsylvania; we believe good governance—not partisanship—must be the defining characteristic of our politics; and we insist that those given the public trust serve the public, not themselves. To achieve the City and Commonwealth we deserve, we need candidates for elected office who embody these principles.

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Liberty Lands Initiative: Reaching Beyond our City Borders

As Philly Set Go works to usher in smarter governance and better politics for Philadelphia, we understand our city's role as Pennsylvania’s leading economic engine.

Just as we ask our state government in Harrisburg to understand that Philadelphia issues are commonwealth issues, we recognize that commonwealth issues are ultimately Philadelphia issues when voters reach the ballot box.

That’s why we’ve launched our Liberty Lands Initiative (LLI). Named in homage to William Penn’s original designation for land surrounding the city proper, LLI reaches beyond our city borders to support candidates that will help us achieve collective success.

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Board Member Profile Series: March Edition

Curious about Philly Set Go? We are a bipartisan organization that’s run by an all-volunteer board.


This March we are profiling our newest board members: Hannah Ryan, Jenné Ayers, Ashley Lewis, Deanna Jenkins, and George Merrill.

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