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Pittsburgh Voters Consider Healthcare and Immigration As They Cast Ballots

By Taylor Mals, Point Park News Service At 10:30 a.m. at the Epiphany Catholic Church located next to PPG Paints Arena, a small congregation of young voters huddled in the parking lot, with older adults scattered throughout. “Pennsylvania is a pretty good representation of what this country is going through,” said 21-year-old Baltimore native and student Sarah Gibson. Gibson and... Read More

Murrysville Voters Say President’s Actions Drew Them To Vote

By Zoe Esperseth, Point Park News Service Around 9:40 a.m. at the Christ’s Lutheran Church in Murrysville, a line of about 50 people stood quietly waiting to vote as more cars poured into the small parking lot. Some voters talked to each other in small groups, but most were silent, slowly inching forward with the line. Margaret Walczak, 62, was one... Read More

Steady Stream of Morning Voters Join Lines Downtown

By Alexander Popichak, Point Park News Service As dawn broke on a dreary and damp Tuesday, voters turning out to polls in Downtown Pittsburgh were met with lines. The Central Business District branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh on Smithfield Street was a new polling place for many voters. Residents in Pittsburgh’s 2nd Ward, First District voted at a... Read More