1. Seven Democrats and one Republican believe they have the best ideas to serve as Philadelphia’s top prosecutor, but the city’s District Attorney will ultimately be determined by active and informed community members. On April 12, 2017, Philly Set Go hosted the city’s only millennial-focused town hall to give voters the chance to learn the duties of the DA. Attendees asked candidates about their platforms and priorities and heard how candidates plan to engage millennials – Philadelphia’s largest demographic. The event took place at Plays and Players Theater, 1714 Delancey Place, Philadelphia, PA 19103. Board members Darin Bartholomew and Christina Wong and Bo Birtwell paused for a photo outside Plays and Players Theater.
2. Joe Sirbak and Gaige Flint checked in attendees. Philly Set Go was founded in 2015 as a bipartisan PAC aimed at encouraging millennials to become more
involved in state and local politics, advocating on behalf of Philadelphia millennials on issues of common concern, and supporting candidates and elected officials that address millennial concerns seriously, effectively, and ethically. For more information, visit www.phillysetgo.com
3. Fernando Trevino, Brett Goldman, Kellen White and Catherine Elliott attended the event.