“It doesn’t make sense to have a dry borough.” Click to read the full article “Prohibition ended in Bellevue in 2015 — and it’s about to get its second bar and a brewery.”
“We want to empower women with our hands and our hearts,” said Pittsburgh march director Tracy Baton. Click to read the full article “Women to again march Downtown, with eyes on running for office.”
“I’m almost grateful that [Trump] was elected. He’s teeing up people like me to effect change,” Marburger said. Click to read the full article “First-time candidate Emily Marburger just became Bellevue’s mayor-elect.”
Marburger is just one of several millennial candidates who won local primary races in Western Pennsylvania. Click to read the full article “Millennial candidates are changing Pennsylvania politics.”
Combining resources and working together is the way forward. I’m excited for the opportunity to be a part of Bellevue’s future! Click to read the full article “Meet four Allegheny County women breaking glass ceilings as they run for mayor .”
It's great to see younger people getting involved in the political arena. Thanks for the mention Pittsburgh Post-Gazette! Click to read the full article “Newcomers make big splash in small-town elections.”
Click to read the full article “In quest for 'fresh faces,' Allegheny and Westmoreland voters dump mayors.”
Click to read the full article "University alumna now Bellevue mayoral candidate."
The municipal primary is May 16. We all need to get out to vote, and this is your chance to make sure I appear as the democratic nominee in November. If you need help identifying your polling location or getting to your polling location, please feel free to reach out to me! Registration deadlines are Monday, April 17, 2017.