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Allegheny County, PA November 2, 2010 Election
State Representative; District 23 Voter Information

2 Year Term.

Results as of Nov 8 10:34am
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Dan B. Frankel Click here for more information about this candidate 16,267 votes 79.9%

  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: State Representative
  • Graduated Kenyon College with a degree in Political Science 1978
  • Completed a certificate program at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government in 2000
  • Trustee University Of Pittsburgh
  • Board Member Carnegie Libraries of Pittsburgh
  • Board Member WQED Multimedia
  • Chairman Allegheny County Democratic Delegation
  • Address the Commonwealth's transportation crisis by identifying resources to invest in public transportation and road and bridge infrastructure.
  • Successfully implementing Federal Healthcare Reform in the state and seeking additional reforms at the state level that will bring down the cost
  • Extending civil rights protections under the PA Human Relations Act to the LGBT community
Daniel Ulrich Wiseman 4,088 votes 20.1%
  • Party: Republican

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