Today, Tuesday, May 16, 2017 is Primary Election Day in the state of Pennsylvania. I am particularly interested to see how the turnout for this local election compares to previous primary elections that occur after a presidential election. Since November, there has been an incredible volume of posts on social media about getting involved in local issues. The turnout today will be an interesting metric of if posting about local politics translates into voting locally.
I have been following the election on Twitter all day and out of curiosity, I wanted to see what the candidates are tweeting about today. … Read the rest
Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 19, 2015 is primary election day in Pittsburgh. Most of the registered voters in Pittsburgh are democrats (I have been trying to find the exact percentage of Pittsburgh voters who are registered as democrats, but I have yet to find that statistic). As a result, most of the elections in the City of Pittsburgh are determined in the Primary election. If you want to be able to vote for these candidates in the the primary election, you will need to be registered as a democrat. Voters who are registered as Republican, Independent or any other party can… Read the rest
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Today is Tuesday, May 17 and that means it is primary election day here in Pittsburgh.
The polls are open from 7am-8pm.
Click here for the Allegheny County Polling Place Locator
Who Should I Vote For?
The folks at Progress Pittsburgh have put together a big table with candidates for most of the city and county races that includes information about which candidates have been endorsed by the Post-Gazette, Planned Parenthood, P2pac, Allegheny County Democratic Committee and other groups. The table also includes links for more info on each of the candidates.
Did some one say party?… Read the rest
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Tuesday, November 2, 2010 is election day in Pennsylvania.
On the ballot this Tuesday – Governor, Senate, Congress, State House and State Senate
For more information on the candidates check out the League of Women Voters Guide to the 2010 Elections
Need to know where to vote? Just enter your address below.
Thanks to the New Organizing Institute – an awesome non profit organization focused on using technology in civic engagement – for the heads up on the Google Polling Place gadget.… Read the rest
Bring your voting stub to Ben and Jerry’s between 5-8pm on Nov. 4, 2008 and get a free scoop of ice cream.
I think that the only Ben & Jerry’s in Pittsburgh is in Sq. Hill on Forbes Ave.
I guess it has been a while since I have been in Ben & Jerry’s (probably because I am often seeking the ice cream at Oh Yeah!) – I didn’t know Steven Colbert had his own flavor – Americone Dream.
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