Election 2013: The Trib recaps its endorsements for Tuesday's election
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
For mayor of Pittsburgh:
Democrat Bill Peduto
Republican Vic Stabile
For Pittsburgh City Council:
District 4: Republican Samuel Hurst
District 7: Libertarian Dave Powell
District 8: Republican Mordecai Treblow
For Allegheny County Council:
District 1: Republican Tom Baker
District 3: Republican Ed Kress
District 8: Republican Dave Majernik
District 9: Republican Kenneth Peoples
For Allegheny County
Common Pleas Court:
For Westmoreland County District Attorney:
Democrat John Peck
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