Voters Head To Polls To Decide Key Races

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Voters will be heading to the polls today to determine several key races around the area.

The polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m.

However, because it is not a presidential election year, voter turnout is expected to be light.

This year, voter turnout is estimated to be at about 35 percent.

There are a number of key races and issues on the ballot that are up for a decision today, including the race for Allegheny County Executive.

In that race, Democrat Rich Fitzgerald and Republican D. Raja are looking to replace outgoing County Executive Dan Onorato.

Click here for more information on voting and results from this election.


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One Comment

  1. Zoeyzotron says:

    You guys know Ill be voting today!!

    1. I'm There says:

      You know I’ll be right there along with you voting for the same things, for you know what’s right and responsible Zoey, I’m with you.

      1. PGH Michelle says:

        Me too!!

    2. jon says:

      You guys are so weird. How many messages do you post a day zoey? What do you do for living?

    3. cityinsider says:

      WRITE in for Dave Sisak!!!

      1. guyinblue says:

        DAVE SISAK RULES!!!!!!!

  2. Vinny says:

    I vote for the Occupy Pittsburgh folks to run the county

  3. Dave says:

    Let me predict something. The moron voters in Allegheny County will vote that slime bag Rich Fitzgerald in.

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