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Incumbents win big in Tuesday primary elections

The municipal elections occurred across the state on Tuesday during the Pennsylvania primary elections.

By Neena Hagen, Senior Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

Long lines snaked out of the William Pitt Union last November as more than 1,000 students showed up to cast their votes in the 2018 general election.

Deadline approaching for primary voter registration

Pennsylvania residents who wish to vote in the May 21 primary election must register to vote by next Monday and be registered as a member of a party.

By Jon Moss, Contributing Editor

April 18, 2019

Pittsburghers will have an opportunity to go to the polls for City and county elections in the coming weeks, but the voter registration deadline is closing soon. Pennsylvania residents who wish to vote in the May 21 primary election must register to vote by next Monday.

Undergraduate candidates face setbacks in elections court

Pitt undergraduates Ashley Priore (left) and Chris Kumanchik (right) are both currently facing difficulties with their respective political campaigns.

By Erica Guthrie, Senior Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

The political future is uncertain for city government candidates and Pitt undergraduates Ashley Priore, who was running in the Democratic primary for the Pittsburgh School Board in the 4th District, and Chris Kumanchik, who was running for the 3rd District seat in the Pittsburgh City Council.

Pitt student seeks to unseat City Council president

Twenty-five-year-old Computer science major Chris Kumanchik will run as a Democrat for the District 3 seat on City Council.

By Stefan Bordeianu, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

25-year-old Chris Kumanchik is challenging City Council President Bruce Kraus for the District 3 City Council seat.

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