The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Nov. 30

The Daily Numbers: 1,500 emails a day for Delco GOP leader Andy Reilly, who is an official elector for Pennsylvania.

They are asking him to vote for someone other than Donald Trump for president.

20 electors in Pennsylvania, who will cast their ballots for president Dec. 19.

2,900,785 votes for Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, to 2,825,767 for Hillary Clinton.

132,000 dollar annual salary for Tim Boyce, who will take over the lead spot at the Delco Emergency Services Center.

35 year career in public service for the Upper Darby native.

125 police and fire dispatchers who work at the 911 Center in Middletown.

5-16 years in prison on child porn charges for father of 9 from Upper Darby.

125 dollars in gifts that arrived for the Merry Christmas Fund yesterday.

9 percent boost in Black Friday sales from last year.

12.1 percent increase in Cyber Monday sales.

45,000 reward being offered for info on driver in fatal hit-run in Philly that killed 8-year-old girl.

10 bucks, what police say was at center of dispute that led to fatal stabbing in Philly.

500 million mark for the Temple University endowment, 1st time it’s ever hit that plateau.

3 year extension for UPenn boss Amy Guttman.

300 million dollar renovation on tap for the New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton.

5 December, when Jill Stein and her backers will get their day in court to seek recount of Pa. election results.

3 people killed in tornadoes in Alabama.

14,000 people who have fled wildfires in Tennessee.

3 fatalities reported.

150 building burned by the fires.

3-2 win for Flyers in shootout over the Bruins.

45 saves for Steve Mason, including 8 of 9 in the shootout.

2-0 lead that evaporated in Bruins’ comeback.

82-57 win for No. 2 Villanova over Penn last night.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Doug Pederson believes the Eagles are still headed in the right direction. Yeah, so did the captain of the Titanic.

I Don’t Get It: Have to admit I’m having some trouble getting my head around the efforts of some neighbors in Swarthmore to block a plan to use a home in the borough by the HEADstrong group to house cancer patients and their families.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Cheryl Colleluori and HEADstrong for the fantastic work they do. It’s a fitting legacy for Nick Colleluori.

Quote Box: “No one has advanced an argument yet that would overcome the argument that I should vote the will of the people.”

- Andy Reilly, who is an elector in Pennsylvania.