York’s mayor recently took home an award from a state Democratic group for her work promoting both the community and the party.
Mayor Kim Bracey was honored by the Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Women at the group’s annual Outstanding Elected Democratic Women’s Brunch. The event, held on Sunday at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg, honored one woman from each of the federation’s 18 state districts, according to a news release.
Bracey — in the news this week after presenting her proposed 2013 budget — won for District Seven, which includes Adams, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.
Bracey was recognized “for her significant contributions as an elected official to the community and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as her support of the Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Women, and local Democratic Party and Clubs,” the release states.
In the release, the mayor expressed her gratitude for the award.
In other Bracey news, the mayor recently announced she’ll run for a second term.
What do you think about the job Mayor Bracey has done for the city?