Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live Voting

Last Modified: November 8, 2017 at 2:13 am

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live Voting

The 2017 Pennsylvania mayoral election will take place on May 16, 2017.

Mayor, City Council Elections for District 1, District 4, District 6, District 8.

The District 4 city council race is the only race to feature a Republican candidate in the general election on November 7, 2017. The city has not had a Republican mayor or city council member since 1933.
The filing deadline for the primary election was March 7, 2017, while the general election filing deadline is August 1, 2017. The deadline to file protests for primary candidate petitions was March 14, 2017, and the deadline for candidates to withdraw from the primary was March 22, 2017

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Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Results Live


Candidate

Party Votes Percentage
Patrick Connelly i D/R 36,844 votes  43% votes 
David Lee Spurgeon i D 33,266 votes  39% votes 
Mary C. McGinley i GOP 14,918 votes  18% votes 
Total   85028  

Candidate

Party Votes Percentage
Anita Prizio i D 883 votes  53% votes 
Edward J. Kress i GOP 777 votes  47% votes 
Total   1660  
       

Pittsburgh Mayor

     
Candidate
Party Votes Percentage
Bill Peduto i D 4,274 votes  100% votes 
Total   4274  

Results will be announced once the voting gets over by 7 PM and the counting starts.

 



Candidate

 

Party Votes Percentage
Anthony Coghill i D 2,592 57% votes 
Ashleigh Deemer i D 1,918 43% votes 
Total   4510  

 


Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Candidates

Republican nominee to be decided on 16th May 2017

Democratic nominee to be decided on 16th May 2017

District 2
  Theresa Kail-Smith
District 4
Incumbent Natalia Rudiak did not file for re-election.
  Anthony Coghill


  Cletus Cibrone-Abate
  Ashleigh Deemer
District 6
  R. Daniel Lavelle
District 8
  Dan Gilman

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Mayoral Municipal elections 2017 Voting Live

  1. Voting to start on 2nd May 2017.
  2. Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in cities throughout Pittsburgh to select party nominees

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