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April 8, 2005

Democracy for Pittsburgh Endorsement Results

At the Wednesday night monthly meetup, Democracy for Pittsburgh held an endorsement meeting for the May 17 primary election.

In order to win endorsement, a candidate needed to receive at least 75% of non-abstention votes. Members had the option to choose to decline to endorse (essentially, a vote against all candidates).


Mayor (36 Votes):

William Peduto (29) *ENDORSED*

Michael Lamb (4)
Les Ludwig (2 )
Decline to Endorse (1)

Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas
(41 Votes):

Jon Pushinsky (39) *ENDORSED*
Kathryn Hens-Greco (37) *ENDORSED*

Wrenna Watson (25)
Chuck Evans (23)
James Mahood (22)
Kelly Bigley (11)

Pittsburgh City Council District 2 (24 votes):

Erin Molchany (23) *ENDORSED*

Melissa Rossiter (1)
Pittsburgh City Council District 6 (36 votes):

Tonya Payne (34) *ENDORSED*

Sala Udin (2)
Pittsburgh City Council District 8(36 votes):

William Peduto (32) *ENDORSED*

Harlan Stone (1)
Decline to Endorse (3)
Allegheny County Council District 8 (30 votes):

Chuck Martoni (28) *ENDORSED*

Decline to Endorse (2)
Magistrate (South Side)(30 votes):

Eileen M. Conroy (29) *ENDORSED*

Decline to Endorse (1)
PA Senate Special Election(42nd District) (33 votes):

Waynoe Fontana (21)
Mark Rauterkus (3)
Decline to Endorse (9)

Forest Hills Borough Council (31 votes):

Marty B. O'Malley (31) *ENDORSED*


Anonymous said...

Good luck kelly Bigley, from your old friends at Banksville school,we know you'll do a great job

Anonymous said...

Chuck Evans, a champion of people's rights, has years of courtroom experience. He is the most qualified candidate for Judge in Allegheny County. Vote for Chuck Evans on May 17, 2005.