The regularly updated Philadelphia Mayoral-Race Endorsement Tracker (General Election Edition)

 Mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Melissa Murray Bailey's paths briefly crossed in West Oak Lane during May's primary election day. (Brian Hickey/WHYY)

Mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Melissa Murray Bailey's paths briefly crossed in West Oak Lane during May's primary election day. (Brian Hickey/WHYY)

As the Nov. 3 mayoral election approaches, candidates will issue press releases and host events highlighting those who’ve endorsed their candidacies.

Much like NinetyNine did during the primary elections, when Jim Kenney led the pack with 45 such entries, we will keep track of these endorsements by regularly updating this post.

With just over three months remaning before voters head to the polls, here’s where the candidates self-report their position on the Endorsement Tracker:

Jim Kenney, Democrat (10)

Mayor Michael Nutter

Five opponents in the Democratic primary (Lynne Abraham, Nelson Diaz, Doug Oliver, T. Milton Street Sr. and Anthony Hardy Williams)

Josh Shapiro, chairman, Montgomery County Board of Commissioners

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D)

Former Mayor and Gov. Ed Rendell (D)

National Coalition of Latino Officers

Melissa Murray Bailey, Republican (0)

Bailey has reported no official endorsements as of Aug. 12.

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