CEPA candidates for other offices are: Thelma Hambright and Patricia McNamara for City Commission; Paul DeVaughn for sheriff; Jen Khoe for clerk of Quarter Sessions Court, and Heather Finnerty for register of wills.
The slate submitted 8,003 petition signatures, election board officials said.
Oil refinery worker Kathleen Mickells has filed for mayor on the Socialist Workers Party ticket. Mickells, 41, has run for office three times. As a candidate for vice president of the United States in 1988, Mickells and her running mate, James Warren, drew 15,604 votes nationwide. Mickells ran in 1983 for commissioner in Washington County, Pa., taking 7 percent of the vote, and in 1985 staged an unsuccessful write-in campaign for Congress in West Virginia.
Mickells said the Socialist Workers Party hoped to bring a "working-class perspective" to the campaign for city offices. She said her party would seek ''more social programs, more unions, more democratic rights." Mickells charged that the Democrats and Republicans were proposing to solve the city's budget crisis "in the interests of the bankers and the bondholders and bosses."
Also filing under the Socialist Workers Party were City Council at-lage candidates Stephen Frum, a Temple University student; Maureen Coletta, an autoworker, and Francisco Picado, a garment worker .
The slate submitted 5,584 petition signatures, officials said.
Today is the last day for candidates to file petitions for the Nov. 5 election.