According to county records, Harris did NOT vote in the primary.
According to county records, Harris did NOT vote this Tuesday.
Haha, so she couldn't have voted for Vagner!
There real question is whether Darlene voted in the primary?
Legally speaking, she wouldn't have been able to vote for Jack, right?
Did Harris vote on Tuesday?
"In 18 states, like Pennsylvania, independents can't vote in the primaries or caucuses."
Wait wait wait.....WHO is this girl?!?!?
Madam Harris was a Dem prior to this, and has indicated that she will re-register as a Dem following this, so are we supposed to consider this merely a "leave of absence" from the party?
more liberal crying BS.
wonder what these chowder head CEO's are making? Don't remember hearing any of them say they were going to take a pay cut so the "poor kids" and "starving senior citizens" can keep getting their free things.
a much more important, and interesting, question this reporter obviously didn't ask is: what is the administrative overhead costs of these not-for-profit, non tax paying, of these crying organizations? I bet it is 40 cents per every dollar. If not higher.
and these clowns want sympathy and using the poor kids and starving seniors card?? Not from this chick. And not from any smart American. Finally the Feds are doing something right. And articles like this with fat-wallet CEO's soliciting pity..........what a joke.
Great value and taste!! Four happy diners that danced all night to the Groove Doctors last Saturday.
Hang in there, Charlie. Like Steeler fans who grew up during the 80's and early 90's, when they finally cover all the bases and make it to the Series, you'll be among those who waited 33 years for '60, which remains the toughest moment in Baltimore history.
This is one week out of 52. It seems there is plenty of time left to discuss Peduto's primary victory, his run towards the general election, and whatever else we need to discuss. Plus, I would add that CP spends all year making "more mature, worthwhile comment" (and also, some that are not so mature too; hey, it's our gift, so we gotta use it) on the state of the city and its goings on. I, personally, am glad to have had the opportunity to take AJ Richardson's photograph for this issue, because god knows, I've been covering Peduto since he worked for Valerie MacDonald and, although a very nice guy, his tattoos aren't nearly as photogenic as AJ's.
"Or will they be forced to go without food and then because of poor nutrition be hospitalized?" Scales asks. "We will still end up paying for it, but on the other end."
UMMMMMM.........we already are paying for it on the other end. It's called Obama Care. Don't forget about that TRILLION DOLLAR nightmare that is about to kick in.
Socialism is bad people....it sucks on its prey (taxes) until it sucks everything dry. Then what is left? That's right.....nothing.
85 Billion isn't a big enough cut if you ask me.
One thing one generally does not see at the outsides of the 14th Ward precincts is the bullish sort of campaigner familiar in other areas of the City. You know the type - big, burly men, getting in voters' faces and insisting that their candidate is sure to win, shoving slate cards (sometimes even fake slate cards) in their hands, and warding off other campaigners as they open the polling place door.
I do not remember ever having seen one of those campaigners working on behalf of any candidate for whom I have voted; and I do not live in the 14th Ward. I'd like to think, and certainly hope, that the public nowadays goes to the polls knowing for whom they intend to vote, rather than being told by Committeemen or anyone else at the entrance to the polling place.
Listen you retard, the candidate that was worthwhile to make the cover was Aj!!! I have a lot of respect for this guy to do what he did. He has more heart and balls than you and I put together you prick! He was on top of his game with the debates, he has a lot of good ideas and he has a heart for the people. So instead of knocking him you slimy piece of dog puke... The whole city should be saying kuddos to you Aj, for doing something most could never have done. Maybe your mother would have thought a "condom" was worthwhile and mature decision, before screwing up universal greatest with your pathetic excuse of a life! Great job CP & CD! You guys and the article/pic gets my vote!!!
Nice. The 14th always turns out, but a contested council race and a favorite daughter judicial candidate (Eleanor Bush) probably contributed to the bump this year, along with Bill's run.
@ DB -- the print edition went to press before the polls were closed. That's just how it works here; the print edition made that a little clearer. We've been providing coverage of the results over on our Blog: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/blogs/Blogh/
This is rather silly considering the significance of the Peduto victory last night.
Regardless of whether you support Bill, Jack, or even Luke, there's no denying that last night's election was a significant shift toward a more progressive-minded Pittsburgh. Both Rudiak and Gilman's victories attest to this as well.
It's too bad that CP didn't use this week's cover story to make a more mature, worthwhile comment on that shift.
Wait. Rudiak won?! Didn't people see Lamar Advertising's billboards? Rudiak wants to tax billboards, people. BILLBOARDS.
A billboard tax is just the thin edge of the wedge! Next thing you know, there's a hammer and sickle on the City-County Building and your kids are all being trained in madrassas! What's next, soccer at Heinz Field?
Amazing restaurant! I highly recommend.
If America is to ever be a strong country ,we need to cut everything possible to get out of debt ,or our paper money will only be worth the paper its printed on.
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