Your Vote Matters—Pittsburgh African Americans urged to ‘Roll to the Polls,’ Nov. 6


BOB CASEY

Summer Lee, the North Braddock native and attorney who ousted 20-year incumbent Paul Costa in the May primary, is unopposed and will represent the 34th legislative district when the state House begins its new session in January. Likewise, Austin Davis, who won the 35th legislative district primary, is unopposed.

SUMMER LEE

Davis is actually an incumbent. He won a special election in January and has been in office now for nearly a year as the first Black state representative from Western Pennsylvania elected outside the City of Pittsburgh. When Lee officially takes office, collectively they will serve the Mon Valley communities stretching from Pittsburgh to McKeesport.

AUSTIN DAVIS

But while those races are all but settled, the Mon Valley could see another boost in visibility…

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