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Deborah L. Gross
- 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
- 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
- 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
James "Jim" Wudarczyk
- 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.
- 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
David E. Powell
- 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
- 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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