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TMAG 2017 PA African-American Network Convention | May 5 & 6 @ Pittsburgh Marriott City Center

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James “Fife” Myers for School Board – District 3

Why you should support James “Fife” Myers, Jr. My name is James Myers Jr., candidate for Pittsburgh School Board District 3. I am a graduate of Carlow University and the Pittsburgh Public School system. While a PPS student I attended … Continue reading

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Mayor Peduto | Building a Pittsburgh for ALL of us

Bill Peduto—first elected as mayor in 2013 as a reformer who is focused on making changes that have an impact on people’s daily lives—is seeking re-election this May.  Mayor Peduto is overseeing economic growth in the City for the first … Continue reading

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Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff: Pittsburgh’s MVP and the Commonwealth’s democratic candidate for PA Supreme Court

The Honorable Dwayne D. Woodruff has served as a practicing attorney, founding partner of a law firm, professional football player, team captain, mentor and volunteer-but above all a man of high integrity and respect for the law. Woodruff dedicates his … Continue reading

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Rosemary Crawford, Candidate for Judge | Court of Commons Pleas, Allegheny County

CLICK LINK OR FLYER FOR LARGER VIEW Rosemary has been rated highly recommended by the Allegheny County Bar Association. Rosemary Crawford is a candidate for Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Allegheny County in order to make a difference in the … Continue reading

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Her Story: Judge Carolyn Nichols

The Honorable Carolyn H. Nichols, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is an advocate for justice and a catalyst for equality. Elected to the Court of Common Pleas in 2011, Judge Nichols presides in the criminal division. She handles major trials, … Continue reading

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Vote May 16th for John C. Welch for Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh!

Rev. Dr. John C. Welch, a Pittsburgh native, attended Carnegie Mellon University where he received a BS degree in Chemical Engineering & Economics. Rev. Welch began a productive career in Information Systems, working for a number of corporations such as … Continue reading

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Aquil for District Magisterial Judge | Wilkinsburg | Edgewood

Rasul A. Aquil  a native of Pittsburgh, Pa. and an 8 year resident of Wilkinsburg, Pa. seeks your nomination for District Magisterial Judge.  Aquil’s core values are based upon service to his community and Patriotism to our great country  The … Continue reading

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Diversity, Inclusion and Fairness.

Mr. Kirkland is the Pennsylvania Department of General Services Deputy Secretary for Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities. Diversity, Inclusion and Fairness. I’m certain we all are familiar with these three words and what they mean. In Pennsylvania’s state government … Continue reading

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Woodruff endorsed for Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

Judge Woodruff, making his acceptance speech as he received the endorsement for Pennsylvania Supreme Court from the state Democratic Committee. 2.11.2017 (Harrisburg, PA) After choking up a bit, he spoke strongly and promised to represent the people of Pennsylvania well … Continue reading

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Lawyer and Trustee Rosemary Crawford Announces Run For Court of Common Pleas Judge For Allegheny County

Pittsburgh:  Local attorney, trustee, arbitrator and mediator Rosemary Crawford has officially announced today that she is a candidate for Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas judge. Crawford, of Allison Park, is rated “highly recommended” by the Allegheny County Bar Association … Continue reading

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Congrats to Governor–Elect Tom Wolf on his victory!

“We at Soul Pitt Media appreciate Tom Wolf supporting a small minority owned Pennsylvania business by advertising his campaign with us, which in turn supports and keeps our publication free to the community we serve. We look forward to the … Continue reading

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Congrats to Mayor-elect Bill Peduto!

The diverse crowd inside of the Homewood Coliseum and the speech that Mr. Peduto delivered was definitely an indication of the era of a New Pittsburgh coming soon!

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