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Soapbox Solutions is a Philadelphia based political consulting firm specializing in strategy, online communications, and web app development.

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With over 20 years of political experience, Soapbox Solutions can provide the political strategy you need to acheive your goals

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Soapbox Solutions can help you develop and implement a social media strategy to reach and engage your targeted audience online.

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Whether you need a website, email campaign, or mobile app, Soapbox Solutions can design and develop the tools you need to get the job done.

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We know how politics work in Philadelphia

With Soapbox Solutions, you'll have a partner who not only understands tech and online communications, we get Philly politics. So you can be guaranteed your message will be delivered just right!

Micah Mahjoubian

Micah Mahjoubian has over 20 years experience running campaigns, working inside government, and deploying cutting-edge technoloy. He is the perfect blend of tech geek, policy wonk, and political guru you're looking for.

Howard Moseley

Howard Moseley applies outstanding project management skills in a variety of contexts.  He is smart, creative, disciplined, and driven.  He also knows how to keep everyone moving on schedule.

2016 Contested Philadelphia Primary Candidates

While most people will be focused on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, there are lots of pretty important down ticket races up for election this primary season. We are electing Statewide row offices including the open Attorney General seat, now that AG Kane has decided not to run for re-election. Our Conservative Republican United States Senator, Pat Toomey, is up for re-election, with a crowded field of Democratic contenders. Embattled Congressman Chaka Fattah is facing several challengers in his 2nd Congressional District Race. And finally, there are a bunch of competitive State Senate and State Representative Primary races across the city. To keep tabs on what is going on, bookmark this chart. We will do our best to add useful information as the campaign progresses.  

Who Got Challenged?

Today was the deadline to file objections to nomination petitions filed by candidates to get on the ballot for the April 26 Primary Election. In other words, as of 5:00PM, we now know which Democratic candidates for office in Philadelphia have been challenged by their opponents in an attempt to knock them off the ballot. The list is below. By clicking on a name, you can read the latest status of the challenge on the court docket sheet for that challenge.