As they put it:
P2PAC develops, supports, and helps to elect candidates who demonstrate vision, progressive values, and electability. It considers candidates whose districts touch the City of Pittsburgh, and supports candidates that will make good, progressive leaders at higher levels of government.Their endorsements:
These endorsements represent four races where a group of dedicated citizens can make a MAJOR impact on the race. While there are other candidates that support the progressive ideals of social and economic justice (Amanda Green, Bill Peduto, and Patrick Dowd are three who met with us that come to mind), we are confident that your money and your time will be invested wisely, should you choose to support the candidates below.
P2PAC will have a Happy Hour this Tuesday, April 21, 6-8pm, 900 Cafe & Lounge, 900 Western Ave, North Side to celebrate their endorsed candidates and to talk about how you can make a difference in these races.
Natalia Rudiak,City Council District 4, http://www.nataliarudiak.com/ Robert Daniel Lavelle, City Council District 6, http://www.lavelleforcouncil.com/ Susan Banahasky, Magisterial District Judge 5-3-10, http://www.susanformagistrate.com/ Hugh McGough, Court of Common Pleas, http://www.mcgough4judge.com/
You can contribute to P2PAC here.