Results from Philadelphia’s 2011 mayoral primary

    For a complete recap of tonight’s coverage, check out the collaborative effort by News Director Chris Satullo and Germantown Editor Patrick Cobbs.

    12:30 a.m. Metro has video of part of Milton Street’s concession speech.

    10:55 Featherman now has a narrow lead over Brown, with 93 percent of precincts completed.

    10:45 p.m. In his concession speech, Milton Street says, “We’re not going away.

     

    10 p.m. Nutter and Street will both address their supporters in the coming minutes.

    9:30 p.m. Nutter is the Democratic winner. The question now is whether this will spark a new challenge from Milton’s brother, John Street.

    9 p.m. Nutter and Brown hold onto their leads with 20 percent of the votes counted, now with 72 percent and 52 percent of the votes, respectively.

    8 :15 p.m. With just more than 2 percent of votes counted, incumben Michael Nutter and GOP-backed Karen Brown are leading the polls in the Democratic and Republican primaries.

    Nutter is ahead of opponent Milton Street with 62 percent of the vote. Brown has 67 percent over her opponent, John Featherman.

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