2019 City Commissioner Candidate
Previous occupations: Aide for a State Senator Vincent Hughes; Chief Deputy City Commissioner
Lee was born in Philadelphia and attended high school in the city. He served as Chief Deputy City Commissioner, as an Aide for a State Senator, and chaired the board of the West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution.
Please see the completed questionnaire linked above.
Plans to create Voter Education Workshops and Voter Education Teams to increase voter registration (source)
Plans to increase outreach via social media and to overhaul the official website (questionnaire)
Opposes voter ID policies or other policies that would reduce access to the ballot (questionnaire)
Governance and ethics
Agrees with State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale that the recent purchase of voting machines was conducted improperly (questionnaire)
Disagrees with the Committee of Seventy that this office should be replaced with an appointed body, but agrees that commissioners should recuse themselves from overseeing their own elections (questionnaire)
Lee ran for city commissioner in 2015, but a Common Please Court judge removed him from the ballot because of a failure to report his income and errors with his petitions (source)