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The Senate plan would slash funding, but the number put forth by the Democrat is just wrong.
One organizer said there’s a “constant attack on our civil liberties that is keeping people very engaged. We’re going to be out there.”
She’s the co-founder of She Runs Southwestern Pa., which helps women run for office.
Neither can Phil Kessel or Daffy Duck: A lesson in Allegheny County write-in campaigns.
“I want to do things that are transformational, not transaction or treatment.”
They clinched the Democratic primary nods in Bellevue, Carnegie, Duquesne and Wilkinsburg — and could become first-term mayors.
We know people are more … enthusiastic.
Chart: We likely just saw Allegheny County’s worst voter turnout for an off-year primary in a decade
Not that turnout in off-year primaries has been super great.
Will Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto or John Welch win the Democratic race for mayor?
“You shouldn’t discount a yinzer housewife,” one observer said.
It’s too late to register, but it’s not too late to get informed.
Council member Darlene Harris, Mayor Bill Peduto and Rev. John Welch talked transportation, homelessness, drinking water and more at our Tuesday forum with 90.5 WESA.
The Incline and 90.5 WESA are presenting the forum featuring Pittsburgh City Council member Darlene Harris, incumbent Mayor Bill Peduto and Rev. John Welch.
Get some face time with Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch ahead of the May 16 primary.
Data nerds and map lovers take note.
Pittsburgh’s District 2 has a lot to offer, but also an awareness problem, says councilmember Theresa Kail-Smith
“There’s something for everybody in District 2,” Kail-Smith said.