• Lt. Governor John Fetterman believes that all people deserve to have access to the resources, opportunities and respect they need to be able to determine our own path in life. As a lifelong Pennsylvanian dedicated to public service, Fetterman will fight to ensure we all have the tools we need to thrive: health care, housing, education, a living wage, a healthy environment and equal protection of our rights and freedoms. He’s pledging to be the deciding vote in D.C. ensuring there is real action to make our tax system more fair, lower costs for everyday Pennsylvanians, and tackle challenges we’re facing on health care, climate change and voting rights.

    Fetterman’s opponent is Memhet Oz, a multimillionaire celebrity TV doctor who moved to PA from New Jersey for his own ambition. He’s profited from the promotion of fake miracle cures and misinformation throughout his television career. Oz is a conman who has changed his position on every important issue just so he can play the role of an extreme Maga Republican.

    Pennsylvania’s next U.S. Senator should be a real Pennsylvanian, who shares our values and knows what everyday Pennsylvanians need from Washington.

    We recommend John Fetterman to represent the best interests of Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate.

    John Fetterman

    Lt. Governor John Fetterman believes that all people deserve to have access to the resources, opportunities and respect they need to be able to determine our own path in life.

    John Fetterman

    Lt. Governor John Fetterman believes that all people deserve to have access to the resources, opportunities and respect they need to be able to determine our own path in life.

  • Attorney General Josh Shapiro and State Rep. Austin Davis are the Democratic nominees for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Through a career in public service, Josh Shapiro took on big fights and delivered results everywhere he served. Davis has been a relentless advocate for his working class district as the son of a bus driver and hairdresser.

    Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis will fight to protect all Pennsylvanians and their rights and freedoms. Together, they will work to improve education, create employment opportunities, support small businesses and working people, protect the environment, and strengthen our communities to make life in Pennsylvania better for everyone.

    Shapiro’s opponent, Doug Mastriano is an extreme MAGA Republican, an insurrectionist and a threat to Pennsylvanians’ freedoms and futures. He has spread and promoted the Big Lie and attended the January 6 attack on the United States capitol, even crossing police lines. He is opposed to marriage equality and gay adoption. As Governor his top priorities would be to ban abortion with no exceptions, drastically cut public school funding, roll back accountability on big corporations and fossil fuel companies, and make it harder for workers to join a union.

    We recommend Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis to serve the best interests of Pennsylvania as Governor and Lt. Governor.
     

    Josh Shapiro

    Attorney General Josh Shapiro and State Rep. Austin Davis are the Democratic nominees for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Through a career in public service, Josh Shapiro took on big fights and delivered results everywhere he served. Davis has been a relentless advocate for his working class district as the son of a bus driver and hairdresser.

    Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis will fight to protect all Pennsylvanians and their rights and freedoms. Together, they will work to improve education, create employment opportunities, support small businesses and working people, protect the environment, and strengthen our communities to make life in Pennsylvania better for everyone.

    Shapiro’s opponent, Doug Mastriano is an extreme MAGA Republican, an insurrectionist and a threat to Pennsylvanians’ freedoms and futures. He has spread and promoted the Big Lie and attended the January 6 attack on the United States capitol, even crossing police lines. He is opposed to marriage equality and gay adoption. As Governor his top priorities would be to ban abortion with no exceptions, drastically cut public school funding, roll back accountability on big corporations and fossil fuel companies, and make it harder for workers to join a union.

    We recommend Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis to serve the best interests of Pennsylvania as Governor and Lt. Governor.
     

    Josh Shapiro

    Attorney General Josh Shapiro and State Rep. Austin Davis are the Democratic nominees for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Through a career in public service, Josh Shapiro took on big fights and delivered results everywhere he served. Davis has been a relentless advocate for his working class district as the son of a bus driver and hairdresser.

    Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis will fight to protect all Pennsylvanians and their rights and freedoms. Together, they will work to improve education, create employment opportunities, support small businesses and working people, protect the environment, and strengthen our communities to make life in Pennsylvania better for everyone.

    Shapiro’s opponent, Doug Mastriano is an extreme MAGA Republican, an insurrectionist and a threat to Pennsylvanians’ freedoms and futures. He has spread and promoted the Big Lie and attended the January 6 attack on the United States capitol, even crossing police lines. He is opposed to marriage equality and gay adoption. As Governor his top priorities would be to ban abortion with no exceptions, drastically cut public school funding, roll back accountability on big corporations and fossil fuel companies, and make it harder for workers to join a union.

    We recommend Josh Shapiro and Austin Davis to serve the best interests of Pennsylvania as Governor and Lt. Governor.
     

Congress

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below congressional districts on your ballot.

  • Summer Lee

    As a Pennsylvania state legislator and dedicated organizer and advocate for social justice, Summer Lee has fought tirelessly to lift up movements and bring real change to her community. Now, she is running for Congress in PA-12 to fight for her community’s chance to build a brighter future.

    Summer Lee

    As a Pennsylvania state legislator and dedicated organizer and advocate for social justice, Summer Lee has fought tirelessly to lift up movements and bring real change to her community. Now, she is running for Congress in PA-12 to fight for her community’s chance to build a brighter future.

    Summer Lee

    As a Pennsylvania state legislator and dedicated organizer and advocate for social justice, Summer Lee has fought tirelessly to lift up movements and bring real change to her community. Now, she is running for Congress in PA-12 to fight for her community’s chance to build a brighter future.

State Senate

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State Senate races on your ballot.

  • Lindsey Williams

    Senator Lindsey Williams was first elected to the PA Senate in 2018 and prioritizes the constituents of her district by offering one-on-one assistance in her District Office, hosting community events to connect residents with area services, and supporting local organizations and projects.

    Lindsey Williams

    Senator Lindsey Williams was first elected to the PA Senate in 2018 and prioritizes the constituents of her district by offering one-on-one assistance in her District Office, hosting community events to connect residents with area services, and supporting local organizations and projects.

    Lindsey Williams

    Senator Lindsey Williams was first elected to the PA Senate in 2018 and prioritizes the constituents of her district by offering one-on-one assistance in her District Office, hosting community events to connect residents with area services, and supporting local organizations and projects.

  • Wayne Fontana

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Wayne Fontana

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Wayne Fontana

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

State House

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State Assembly races on your ballot.

  • Aerion Andrew Abney

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Aerion Andrew Abney

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Aerion Andrew Abney

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Emily Kinkead

    Rep. Emily Kinkead has lived and worked in Pittsburgh her whole life. She comes from a family of paramedics, which she says taught her the importance of public service.

    Emily Kinkead

    Rep. Emily Kinkead has lived and worked in Pittsburgh her whole life. She comes from a family of paramedics, which she says taught her the importance of public service.

    Emily Kinkead

    Rep. Emily Kinkead has lived and worked in Pittsburgh her whole life. She comes from a family of paramedics, which she says taught her the importance of public service.

  • Sara Innamorato

    Rep. Sara Innamorato has held her current office since 2018. Rep. Innamorato is a lifetime Pittsburgh resident and an outspoken self-starter.

    Sara Innamorato

    Rep. Sara Innamorato has held her current office since 2018. Rep. Innamorato is a lifetime Pittsburgh resident and an outspoken self-starter.

    Sara Innamorato

    Rep. Sara Innamorato has held her current office since 2018. Rep. Innamorato is a lifetime Pittsburgh resident and an outspoken self-starter.

  • Dan Frankel

    Rep. Frankel is an outspoken advocate for civil rights and public health. He was born in Pittsburgh, he returned to the city after college to work on social issues. He spent more than a decade working on the Board of Urban Redevelopment and with several Jewish community organizations.

    Dan Frankel

    Rep. Frankel is an outspoken advocate for civil rights and public health. He was born in Pittsburgh, he returned to the city after college to work on social issues. He spent more than a decade working on the Board of Urban Redevelopment and with several Jewish community organizations.

    Dan Frankel

    Rep. Frankel is an outspoken advocate for civil rights and public health. He was born in Pittsburgh, he returned to the city after college to work on social issues. He spent more than a decade working on the Board of Urban Redevelopment and with several Jewish community organizations.

  • Latasha D. Mayes

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Latasha D. Mayes

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Latasha D. Mayes

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Brandon Markosek

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Brandon Markosek

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Brandon Markosek

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Daniel Deasy

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Daniel Deasy

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Daniel Deasy

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Alison Duncan

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Alison Duncan

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Alison Duncan

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Arvind Venkat

    Arvind Venkat’s life has been focused on family, service, and community. As an ER doctor, he believes he has a responsibility not just to individual ER patients but to work to address the health issues facing his entire community.

    Arvind Venkat

    Arvind Venkat’s life has been focused on family, service, and community. As an ER doctor, he believes he has a responsibility not just to individual ER patients but to work to address the health issues facing his entire community.

    Arvind Venkat

    Arvind Venkat’s life has been focused on family, service, and community. As an ER doctor, he believes he has a responsibility not just to individual ER patients but to work to address the health issues facing his entire community.

  • Democrat

    Tony Deluca

  • Tony Deluca

    Update: Rep. Tony DeLuca passed away in October after a brief battle with lymphoma. DeLuca will remain on the November 8 ballot as it was too close to the election to make a change. If he is elected, there will be a special election early next year to fill his seat.

    Tony Deluca

    Update: Rep. Tony DeLuca passed away in October after a brief battle with lymphoma. DeLuca will remain on the November 8 ballot as it was too close to the election to make a change. If he is elected, there will be a special election early next year to fill his seat.

    Tony Deluca

    Update: Rep. Tony DeLuca passed away in October after a brief battle with lymphoma. DeLuca will remain on the November 8 ballot as it was too close to the election to make a change. If he is elected, there will be a special election early next year to fill his seat.

  • Mandy Steele

    Mandy Steele is a Fox Chapel Councilperson, founder and operator of two nonprofits, mom of four, small business owner, and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.

    Mandy Steele

    Mandy Steele is a Fox Chapel Councilperson, founder and operator of two nonprofits, mom of four, small business owner, and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.

    Mandy Steele

    Mandy Steele is a Fox Chapel Councilperson, founder and operator of two nonprofits, mom of four, small business owner, and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.

  • Austin Davis

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Austin Davis

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Austin Davis

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Jessica Benham

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Jessica Benham

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Jessica Benham

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Nick Pisciottano

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Nick Pisciottano

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Nick Pisciottano

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Richard Self

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Richard Self

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Richard Self

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Sharon Guidi-Kretschmar

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Sharon Guidi-Kretschmar

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Sharon Guidi-Kretschmar

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Democrat

    Dan Miller

  • Dan Miller

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Dan Miller

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Dan Miller

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Debra Turici

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Debra Turici

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

    Debra Turici

    In the state legislature, the majority party has absolute control over the legislative and budget process, including what bills are given a vote and what spending priorities are made.

  • Anita Kulik

    The most recent Republican majority did deep damage to the country from 2017 to 2018, including exacerbating income inequality and the ability of many Pennsylvanians to afford the cost of living.

    Anita Kulik

    The most recent Republican majority did deep damage to the country from 2017 to 2018, including exacerbating income inequality and the ability of many Pennsylvanians to afford the cost of living.

    Anita Kulik

    The most recent Republican majority did deep damage to the country from 2017 to 2018, including exacerbating income inequality and the ability of many Pennsylvanians to afford the cost of living.