There’s less than a month to decide — who should be the Democratic candidate for mayor of Pittsburgh and run unopposed in November?
To make sure you can ask your questions of the candidates (yes, you!), The Incline has pulled together a list of mayoral debates, forums and campaign events before the May 16 primary, where you can see councilmember Darlene Harris, incumbent Mayor Bill Peduto and Rev. John Welch.
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WTAE partnered with The League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh for a live TV debate. The event will air commercial-free on WTAE and will be streamed live online. It will air again at 5 p.m. Saturday on WTAE.
This mayoral discussion is hosted by the Black Political Empowerment Project, the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, the W. Pa. Black Political Assembly and Pittsburgh Justice Collaborative.
First Unitarian Church at 605 Morewood Ave. (Shadyside)
Listen to the candidates' policies and visions, and ask questions at this forum followed by a reception and civic engagement fair. The event is hosted by PUMP, Urban League Young Professionals, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School for Public and International Affairs, WESA/WYEP Generation Listen, and The Pittsburgh Spot.
Rodef Shalom Congregation at 4905 Fifth Ave. (Shadyside)
Hear Democratic mayoral hopefuls Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch discuss their plans for Pittsburgh. This forum will be moderated by The Incline's Sarah Anne Hughes and WESA's Mark Nootbaar. Doors open at 6:30 and close at 6:55 due to broadcast.
Community Broadcast Center at 67 Bedford Square (South Side Flats)
Attend the first Democratic Volunteer Summit to join community groups that formed in response to President Trump and the GOP agenda. Meet the candidates endorsed by the Allegheny County Democratic Committee, including incumbent Mayor Bill Peduto. The event is open to registered Democrats in southwestern Pennsylvania.