Terms of office are four years. Nominating one per office in each party, unless otherwise indicated.

City Commissioners

Nominating two in each party.

(82.7% of voting districts)

Democratic

Anthony Clark. . . 58,784

Edgar Howard. . . 36,504

B. Blair Talmadge. . . 31,699

Margaret M. Tartaglione. . . 99,262

Republican

Patrick J. Carroll. . . 11,075

Joseph J. Duda. . . 11,634

Register of Wills

Democratic

Ronald R. Donatucci. . . Uncontested

Republican

Dan Salvatore. . . Uncontested

Sheriff

(83.4% of voting districts)

Democratic

John D. Green. . . 108,521

Michael W. Untermeyer. . . 54,308

Republican

No candidate.

Clerk of Courts

(83.6% of voting districts)

Democratic

Vivian T. Miller. . . 89,935

A. Elaine Tomlin. . . 42,057

Republican

John Featherman. . . Uncontested

Ballot Questions

(88.9% of voting districts)

1. Removed by court order.

2. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended so that, effective January 1, 2008, City elected officials may become candidates for nomination or election to any public office without first resigning from their City office?

Yes. . . 79,487

No. . . 100,432

3. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to create a Youth Commission, with members between the ages of 12 and 23 years of age, to be responsible for advising the City Council and the Mayor regarding issues affecting children and youth in order to ensure that children and youth have a voice regarding policies and decisions affecting them?

Yes. . . 121,328

No. . . 58,537

4. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to provide that the six appointed members of the City Planning Commission shall include an architect, an urban planner, a traffic engineer, an attorney experienced in land use issues, and two representatives of Philadelphia community groups that participate in land use issues?

Yes. . . 141,473

No. . . 33,769

5. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to provide that the City Planning Commission may extend for up to 45 days the time period within which it must provide a recommendation to Council on pending legislation affecting zoning, the City's physical development plan, land subdivision, or authorizing the purchase or sale of real estate?

Yes. . . 120,459

No. . . 49,940

6. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to provide for the creation, appointment, powers and duties of an independent Zoning Code Commission which would recommend amendments to the Philadelphia Zoning Code to make the Code consistent and easy to understand, and to enhance and improve Philadelphia's city planning process while encouraging development and protecting the character of Philadelphia's neighborhoods?

Yes. . . 133,214

No. . . 36,570

7. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to state the citizens' views regarding the mission served by U.S. troops in Iraq and that the citizens of Philadelphia urge the United States to make year 2007 the time to redeploy U.S. troops out of harm's way in Iraq?

Yes. . . 122,710

No. . . 49,938

8. Should the City of Philadelphia borrow $129.695,000 for and toward: Transit; Streets and Sanitation; Municipal Buildings; Parks; Recreation and Museums and; Economic and Community Development?

Yes. . . 110,525

No. . . 62,897

9. Shall the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter be amended to add a provision stating that the citizens of Philadelphia urge the stopping of real estate tax assessment increases which would result from the Philadelphia Board of Revision of Taxes' use of a new method of figuring tax assessments called "Full Valuation"?

Yes. . . 118,688

No. . . 49,725