A group of Republicans looking to revitalize their party in the city had a very good day at the polls.
It's the end of a Philadelphia political era as City Councilman Frank Rizzo fails to advance to the general election for the first time since 1995. Rizzo, like City Commission Chairwoman Marge Tartaglione, was taken down by the controversial Deferred Retirement Option Plan.
There will be a bunch of new faces on City Council in January.
State Rep. Jewell Williams becomes the front-runner to be the next sheriff in Philadelphia.
And all these decisions were made by a sliver of the city's voters in a low turn-out election.