South Pittsburgh's Councilwoman
Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak declared victory today in her bid for re-election to office. The final results indicate that Natalia won with 53% percent of the vote, winning an outright majority in the South Pittsburgh District.
“This is a victory that belongs to the people of District 4. I, and my incredible City Council staff, have worked overtime since I was sworn into office almost four years ago to bring new investments to South Pittsburgh and to protect our neighborhoods from crime and neglect. Thank you to the people of South Pittsburgh for their vote of confidence and for helping to shape the future of our neighborhoods.”
Natalia’s opponent, Johnny Lee, received the endorsement of the Allegheny County Democratic Committee and was supported by Pete Wagner, the 19th ward democratic chair.