Most women won their races — but that doesn’t mean they did better than male candidates.
Celebrate with them Nov. 29 at Industrious.
He’s again looking beyond Braddock — this time to Harrisburg.
|What||Join us as we recognize stellar under-40 political leaders working to make Pittsburgh better. Your ticket includes appetizers, beer, wine and spirits, as well as your chance to meet The Incline's Who's Next: Politics class, presented by S&T Bank and C Shoemaker Custom Clothier. (Please bring ID to present to PPG Place security.)|
|Where||Industrious at One PPG Place, 31st Floor (Downtown)|
|When||November 29, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm|
|How much||$20 for public | Free for Who's Next: Politics honorees|
Why else would the Braddock mayor host a meet-and-greet in Philly?
Keep track of Pittsburgh-area candidates here.
They’ll start supporting candidates in the spring 2018 primary.
“I’m almost grateful that [Trump] was elected. He’s teeing up people like me to effect change,” Marburger said.
So go get your free cup of coffee and discounted movie tickets
Democracy in (last-minute) action.
Brush up on your opinions about city employee compensation and statewide property tax exemptions.
These Carnegie Mellon students want self-driving cars to help underserved areas of Pittsburgh access public transit
The class will give its policy recommendations to city council later this year.
You have until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13.