Pittsburgh Elects Independent to a Partisan Judicial Post

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, held a partisan election for judicial posts on November 7. An independent candidate, Mik Pappas, who was endorsed by Democratic Socialists of America, defeated a Democratic judicial incumbent for one of the posts.


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Pittsburgh Elects Independent to a Partisan Judicial Post — 3 Comments

  1. Most of the 31 magisterial judges ran as Demo Reps and were unopposed. Being an independent could have been an advantage if you had a lot of volunteers.

  2. When someone brings pure proportional representation to the public domain in 1993 to 1996, their name and their message stolen by others and then all effort goes to blocking their free speech and equal treatment.

    Is that what the democracy stands for, to make sure no new voices can be heard, and to condone the exploitation of others?

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