Braddock Mayor John Fetterman has no patience for the idea that that voting for Hillary Clinton is voting for the lesser of two evils. He said that thought is “logically bankrupt.” He’ll tell you that Clinton is a “qualified, committed and decent person.” And that’s why he’s supporting her and spoke at her Pitt rally on Monday, too.
Just two days ago, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published a 12-step “guide” to help “undecided voters” choose between Donald and Hillary. The editorial board acknowledged the guide was “subjective,” but critics said it was basically a Trump endorsement.
The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division will have staff in 67 jurisdictions for Election Day, and Allegheny County is one of them. Officials said the move happens regularly for elections. But this election is happening amid Trump warning supporters of rigging and urging them to watch the polls closely. (Worried about hostile poll watchers? This is what you should look out for.)
You can still vote. (There’s also a group of Pittsburghers helping people vote today even if they’re hospitalized.)
The election is almost over. You probably need a drink. Watch the results come in with The Incline at the North Shore's Foundry Table & Tap. Play Cards Against Humanity's 2016 Election Game, eat free appetizers and enjoy drink specials The Pant Suit and The Bigly. $1 off drafts, $2 off wine and cocktails.
Where: The Foundry Table & Tap at 381 North Shore Drive (North Shore)
When: November 8, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
How much: Free
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