Five Candidates Vie for Open Seat on Pittsburgh City Council
Originally posted at 3:36AM MON NOVEMBER 4, 2013
Originally posted by By LIZ REID
The race for the District 7 Pittsburgh City Council seat looks to be wide open heading into the election Tuesday. Five candidates are vying for the spot vacated by Patrick Dowd in July. Politically, the candidates are as diverse as the district.
A Democrat, a Libertarian, and a handful of independents all want to represent District 7, which runs from the Strip District to Highland Park and includes Lawrenceville, Bloomfield, Polish Hill, Friendship, Morningside, and Stanton Heights.
- GROSS SHOWS OFF ENDORSEMENTS
- COUNCIL CLEAR CHOICE
- GROSS LAPS FIELD IN FUNDRAISING
- FIVE -WAY RACE: EAST END VOTER SHOULD ELECT GROSS TO COUNCIL
- PRESS RELEASE: DEB GROSS HOSTS A ROUNDTABLE ON EDUCATION
- PRESS RELEASE: DEB GROSS RECEIVES ENDORSEMENT FROM CLEAN WATER ACTION
- PRESS RELEASE: DEB GROSS TO HOST ROUNDTABLE ON CITY SERVICES
- FOP for Gross
- PRESS RELEASE: DEB GROSS RECEIVES ENDORSEMENT FROM THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE