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About Danyl


Danyl S. Patterson, Esquire, is a native to the Haddington and Cobbs Creek neighborhoods of West Philadelphia. She received her high school education at Phillips Academy (Andover) and Philadelphia High School for Girls, concurrently, and studied abroad before deciding to return to her Philadelphia roots and seeking her undergraduate degree from LaSalle University (Political Science), her Juris Doctorate from Villanova School of Law and her advanced legal mastery from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University (Trial Advocacy).

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We must bring justice to the community, for the sake of improving our community. We need you to share in this movement to bring ‘A New Voice for Justice’. ┬áIt is our hope to engage thousands of local residents from all walks of life in the struggle for real change and true justice.

To win this campaign, all of us must be deeply involved. Our movement needs people like you to help it succeed.

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How can you support our campaign?

  1. Donate….press the donation button on the website
  2. Volunteer…help us spread the word about our campaign
  3. Host…a meet-n-greet at your home with your neighbors to discuss our campaign
  4. Organize….organize family and friends to reach more people and spread the word
  5. Pray…every day pray for our community, our children and our campaign
  6. Vote…on Tuesday, May 16th cast your vote for Danyl Patterson

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