Click here for our post on Election Day Information – Polling Place Locator, Voting Guides and Election Day Discounts.
For the most part – IheartPGH has been a non partisan blog about Pittsburgh. But the truth is that this entire blog started with a couple of conversations between Natalia Rudiak and I, when we met 8 years ago volunteering on Bill Peduto’s first campaign for mayor in 2005.
After seeing that some of the voters who follow IheartPGH on Twitter are still undecided about who would be the best mayor for the city of Pittsburgh – I wanted to share… Read the rest
Today – Tuesday, May 21, 2013 is election day in the city of Pittsburgh.
Election Day Information
Polls are open from 7am to 8pm.
Use the Allegheny County Polling Place Locator to find your polling place.
More details and Election Day Resources are available here
Looking for information on the candidates? Check out the following voter guides:
Voting Guide for the May 2013 Primary Election in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County – this is an extensive guide to candidates that was put together by a CMU grad student
Bike Pittsburgh – We Bike. We Walk. We Vote. Bike Pittsburgh has… Read the rest
If you really love Pittsburgh – you will vote. The May 2011 Primay Election is May 17. Today – APRIL 18 is the last day to register to vote before the May election.
You can use the super easy registration tool from Rock the Vote here. Fill out the form, print it out, sign your name and put this in the mail before the end of today.
Follow this link – Register to Vote Here or click the logo below to get started.… Read the rest
Just a friendly little reminder that to vote in the November elections – you need to register to vote (or update your voter registration) by October 5, 2009.
There are lots of exciting and interesting things happening in Pittsburgh right now and your vote is important to this city and region. Please make sure you are registered to vote!
Here is a link to a nifty little website from Rock The Vote that can help you register to vote…
Who to vote for? What websites do you visit to learn about local candidates? Who do you think has the best… Read the rest