Still FDR's Pittsburgh
Anyway.... This is the what CP put out from what I culled out of voter data:
and as much as folks don't like to hear it... low turnout is mostly a younger voter phenomenon. Old folks have much more stable voting particicpation. I have not figured it out yet, but I bet the spring election's low turnout was even more age-biased than typical in terms of who actually cast a ballot. As for this coming non-election in November. Let's see. No presidential election. Nothing interesting at the state level. Mayor, or mayors collectively? Nada. Yeah, the Allegheny Chief Executive race is a real barn burner. It may be about as bad as it gets this fall turnout wise which will means the ephemeral young voter will remain an oxymoron.
Maybe that big library referendum will turn voters out within the city of Pittsburgh proper?