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Allegheny County, PA November 5, 2013 Election
Council Member; City of Pittsburgh; Council District 7 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 20 4:55am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (46/46)
(8 Total Other Write-In Votes .11%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Deborah L. Gross Click here for more information about this candidate 4,534 votes 60.95%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Community Development Consultant
  • University of Florida, BA Sociology
  • Duke University, MA Sociology
  • Duke University, Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies
  • Neighborhood - directed sustainable development
  • Better management of City Services
  • Working to keep District 7 a great place to raise a family by supporting community schools
Tony Ceoffe Click here for more information about this candidate 1,883 votes 25.31%
  • Party: Ceoffe for Council
  • Duquesne University, Psychology
  • Central Catholic High School
  • Served as an elected Democratic Committee Member and Ward Chair
  • Creating strategic public safety plans for our diverse neighborhoods
  • Supporting the administration's challenge to UPMC's non-profit status
  • Fortifying the city-wide fracking ban before it is overturned by challenge
Tom Fallon Click here for more information about this candidate 433 votes 5.82%
  • Party: Friends for Fallon
  • Occupation: Community Developer
  • Kent State University, BBA Marketing/Int'l Bus.
  • Elected District Governor, Rotary International
  • Urban Green Development, LLC, Owner
  • PA State Senate, Senator Jim Ferlo's Executive Assistant/ Constitutient Services
  • City Council, District 7, Office Manager/ Community Liaison
  • 1996 Olympic Beach/ Paralympic Volleyball Official
  • Remove Act 47 and return Budget supervision to City Council
  • Work with the new administration to enchance positive ideas for the City.
  • Use my ability to work with people to bring council members together to improve the City of Pittsburgh.
James "Jim" Wudarczyk Click here for more information about this candidate 410 votes 5.51%
  • Party: Independent
  • Occupation: Customer Service/ Cost Estimator
  • Bachelor Degree from Edinboro University
  • Additional business courses from CCAC
  • 1993 Recipient of Arsenal Board of Trade Community Service Award
  • 2000 Holy Name Society Service Award
  • Author/ Co-author of 5 books, 300 articles
  • Frequent lecturer for various historical societies and universities
  • The need for fiscal responsibility and to hold the City accountable for maintenance of its properties
  • Addressing public safety issues, including police protection, pothole-ridden streets, and gaping holes in front of sewers.
  • Pure public service
David E. Powell Click here for more information about this candidate 171 votes 2.30%
  • Party: Libertarian
  • Occupation: System Programer, Univ of Pittsburgh
  • Information Science Degree, 2001 Univ. of Pittsburgh
  • Libertarian Party of Allegheny County, Chairman
  • Information Science abilities help me get tot he root cause of issues and problems
  • Reform of Public Pension system to 401K style with defined contribution benefits
  • Shift away from income/payroll taxes to land valuation
  • End failed drug war/protect civil rights and privacy of citizens

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