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Allegheny County, PA November 4, 2008 Election
US Representative; District 14 Voter Information

2 Year Term. Salary: $169,300

Results as of Nov 5 12:40pm
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Mike Doyle 242,326 votes 91.3%

  • Party: Democratic
Christopher Titus "Titus" North Click here for more information about this candidate 23,214 votes 8.7%
  • Party: Green
  • Occupation: Professor
  • Financial News Analyst and Editor
  • Ph.D University of Pittsbugh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (International Political Economy
  • M.A. Sophia Univsity, Tokyo (International Relations)
  • B.A. Hawaii Loa College (Linguistics)
  • End our foreign wars and close our foreign bases
  • Restore our Constitution Liberties
  • Prevent give-aways to Wall Street crooks

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