Sunday, May 22, 2011

"Primary reveals school board incumbents' struggles"

Rom the Tribune:

"In Pittsburgh Public Schools, voters indicated they want candidates who aren't closely aligned with the administration. Retired district principal Regina Holley won the Democratic nomination over incumbent Dara Ware Allen. Incumbent Mark Brentley, a frequent critic of the administration, won the Democratic nomination over three challengers."


Questioner said...

And, as noted in earlier posts, while challenger Lisa Jones did not receive the Democratic nomination she received about 40% of the votes and actually won the Republican nomination. Voters are asking for some independent thought.

Anonymous said...

I will vote for anyone but Colazzai when her term is up.