Republican Dave Majernik is the better choice for voters in Allegheny County Council's District 8.
From the Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Two qualified candidates are running for Superior Court, but only Jack McVay has judicial experience.
In a close call, the Post-Gazette endorses Republican Tom Baker for Allegheny County Council in District 1.
Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak in District 4 and council aide Dan Gilman in District 8 have the experience to serve the city.
The Post-Gazette editorial board recaps its 18 endorsements for the May 21 primary, leading off with Jack Wagner for mayor of Pittsburgh.
The Post-Gazette editorial board endorses county Councilman Bob Macey for the Democratic nomination in District 9.
For Allegheny County Council, the Post-Gazette editorial board backs Tom Baker in District 1 and Ed Kress in District 3.
In a special election to fill a vacant state House seat, the Post-Gazette editorial board endorses Democrat Dan Miller.
In the Democratic primary, the Post-Gazette endorses Pittsburgh Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle for nomination.
In a three-way race, the Post-Gazette editorial board backs Dan Gilman for the District 8 city council nomination.
The Post-Gazette editorial board says Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak deserves the Democratic nomination to run for a new term.
For Democratic voters, the Post-Gazette editorial board endorses Common Pleas Court Judge Jack McVay for the Superior Court nomination.
The Post-Gazette editorial board supports Kennedy, Klug and Prater-Holliday in contested races for the Pittsburgh school board.
Jack Wagner's leadership skills earned him endorsement by the Post-Gazette editorial board for the Democratic nomination for mayor.
Because of her knowledge of the issues, Sue Means has earned the Post-Gazette's endorsement for Allegheny County Council District 5.
From a field of 13, the Post-Gazette editorial board endorses five for party nominations: Ward, Tranquilli, Bush, Crawford and Connelly.
Starting with renewed support for Barack Obama, the Post-Gazette recaps its endorsements for Election Day.
From U.S. Senate to the state House, here are the candidates the Post-Gazette recommends for Nov. 6.
President Barack Obama is America's best bet for job growth, economic recovery and reducing the national debt.
The Post-Gazette endorses state Rep. Anthony DeLuca of Penn Hills for re-election.
The Post-Gazette endorses Rep. Robert Matzie, who has crossed the political aisle for the good of his district.
The Post-Gazette endorses U.S. Rep. Mark Critz, a centrist Democrat who reflects the views of the 12th District.
The Post-Gazette endorses David Tusick, who is young but knows the issues well.
The Post-Gazette endorses Sen. Bob Casey because he's the kind of lawmaker who can bridge the partisan gap.
The Post-Gazette endorses Tim Murphy for a new term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Post-Gazette recommends re-electing state Treasurer Rob McCord.
The Post-Gazette endorses Mark Scappe, a former Moon school director, for the Legislature.
The Post-Gazette endorses Frank Dermody, a veteran House member with clout and leadership skills.
Joe Markosek deserves another term in the state House, based on his knowledge and willingness to take tough votes.
The Post-Gazette endorses the Cumberland County district attorney as Pennsylvania's best bet for attorney general.
State Rep. Nick Kotik, facing a repeat challenger, deserves re-election in the 45th House District.
In a nasty campaign of negative TV ads, Matt Smith is the better candidate to represent the 37th Senate District.
Voters who want a progressive leader should have no trouble picking David Levdansky over Rep. Rick Saccone.
In his bid for a second House term, state Rep. Adam Ravenstahl is opposed by an uncertain challenger.
Rep. Mike Doyle of Forest Hills deserves another term in the U.S. House.
In a state House matchup between two young, energetic newcomers, Democrat Erin Molchany deserves support in the 22nd District.
Republican state Rep. John Maher has the professional skills to be Pennsylvania's auditor general.
Here is a recap of the Post-Gazette's endorsements this spring.
The Post-Gazette recommends that Democrats vote for two different candidates when they go to the polls.
This five-way Republican primary race for U.S. Senate can be confusing.
Tim Murphy is broad-gauged enough and willing enough to reach across the aisle to represent the district.
Republicans should close ranks behind the inevitable contender.
A primary worth the attention of both parties.
Adam Ravenstahl may be young and new to the job, but up against these opponents his is the voice of reason and sensibility.
For Nick Kotik, a five-term Democrat, a wealth of experience in government is an asset.
This endorsement was withdrawn in favor of D. Raja.
A Plum council member has the advantage.
The challenger understands that voters have lost patience with representation mired in past accomplishments.
John Maher thinks the state auditor general should be an auditor.
Jeremy Angus still has things to learn and Kathy Coder has a head start.