2019 City Commissioner Candidate
Previous occupations: Director of Partnership at Campus Philly
Candidate questionnaire: Completed
Devor attended the University of the Arts and is a block captain, a ward committee member for the 36th ward, an election poll worker, and a public school advocate.
Please see Devor’s completed candidate questionnaire above for more details.
Governance and ethics
Supports reforming election day requirements for poll workers to encourage more people to become poll workers, such as by allowing for half-day shifts (source)
Supports removing the election requirement for poll workers to get more people serving in the position (source)
Supports exploring merging the budget and staff of the Democratic commissioners to increase efficiency and reduce conflict (questionnaire)
Generally supports reforming the hiring and promotion practices of the commissioners’ office to reduce nepotism and increase fairness (questionnaire)
Supports increasing transparency and visibility of the commissioners’ office, including through live streaming meetings and publishing transcripts and attendance records (questionnaire)
Agrees with the State Auditor General that the recent voting machine purchase was improperly motivated and bad for election security (questionnaire)
Supports the stance of the Committee of 70 that the commissioners’ office should be replaced with an appointed, bi-partisan, non-salaried board of election professionals (questionnaire)
Plans to work with other City offices and programs to conduct outreach and engagement (questionnaire)
Supports implementing a paper ballot system with limited Ballot Marking Devices (questionnaire)
Opposes voter ID legislation and other requirements for voters (questionnaire)