Tom grew up in a small south central Pennsylvania town and still lives in the house he was brought home to from the hospital. Tom graduated from Dartmouth (BA), the University of London (MA) and M.I.T. (PhD), and during his studies, he joined the Peace Corps. While serving in the Peace Corps, Tom worked on agricultural and irrigation projects for two years in a small rural village in India. While in school, Tom met Frances… [Continue Reading]
Current Elected Officials supported by the Mt. Lebanon Democratic Committee
Pennsylvania born and raised, John was born to teenage parents who were just starting out on their own. At the time, his father worked nights to put himself through college. John grew up in York, and later followed in his father’s footsteps to Albright College, where he played offensive tackle for the Lions. At 23, John joined up with Big Brothers/Big Sisters and threw himself into the program, mentoring his ‘little’ – an 8-year-old boy… [Continue Reading]
Josh Shapiro is the Attorney General.
Eugene A. DePasquale became Pennsylvania’s 51st Auditor General January 15, 2013. As the state’s chief fiscal watchdog, Eugene is committed to seeing that taxpayer dollars are spent properly and effectively. Eugene is focusing audits on areas that will improve the lives of all Pennsylvanians and prepare our state for a brighter future. His audits have found fraud, errors and other financial issues in school districts and charter schools to the tune of well over $20… [Continue Reading]
Joe Torsella is the Treasurer Elect.
Rich Fitzgerald took office on January 3, 2012. Rich grew up in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield-Garfield neighborhood. He earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a business minor from Carnegie Mellon University. Rich started a small business, Aquenef, which provides water treatment equipment and services for industry in the Western Pennsylvania region. Rich worked on the campaign to change the form of government in Allegheny County. In 1999, he ran for one of the district council seats… [Continue Reading]
As District Attorney, I am the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for the county and am responsible for seeking justice on a daily basis for the citizens of this county. In addition, I am also charged with protecting the rights of our society and the individuals who make up that society. To that end, I am extremely proud of the staff of attorneys and support personnel who have been brought together to carry out what is… [Continue Reading]
John Weinstein is a lifelong resident of Allegheny County. Although Mr. Weinstein started his career in the private sector, he followed his passion by committing to a career in public service and has served as the elected Allegheny County Treasurer since 1999; being re-elected countywide to four (4) consecutive terms. In addition to overseeing the collection, investment and disbursement of over one billion dollars of county funds on a daily basis, Mr. Weinstein is also… [Continue Reading]
William P. Mullen is the 53rd Sheriff of Allegheny County, elected to terms in 2006, 2009 and 2013 to serve the region’s 1.2 million citizens. He joined the Sheriff’s Office as Chief Deputy in 2006. His 46-year law enforcement career began in 1969, when hired by the Pittsburgh Police as a patrol officer. He served the force 37 years, working his way through the ranks to Narcotics Detective, Homicide Lieutenant, Commander, Assistant Chief of Operations,… [Continue Reading]
Judge Ellen Ceisler has served on the Court of Common Pleas since 2007. Ellen’s background is a little different from the other Democrats running for the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. Ellen grew up as the daughter of a single mother who worked several minimum wage jobs to keep the family afloat. As too many Pennsylvanian’s know – minimum is not a real living wage; and the family lived on the bring of homelessness for most of… [Continue Reading]