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Legal & Political Resources in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Area


Allegheny County Bar Association
412-261-5555
— Call for information about living wills / power of attorney.

Allegheny County Democratic Committee
412-562-9400

 

Citizen's for Pennsylvania's Future
412-258-6683
— PennFuture works to create a just future where nature, communities and the economy thrive. We enforce environmental laws and advocate for the transformation of public policy, public opinion and the marketplace to restore and protect the environment and safeguard public health.

 

County Board of Elections
412-350-4500
Registration: 412-350-4510
Absentee Ballot: 412-350-4520
Sample ballots; information on committee members: 412-350-4528
— For information concerning voter registration status or polling place locations. Make sure to contact them if you move or change your name.

Green Party of Allegheny County
412-231-1581

 

League of Women Voters
412-261-4284
— The League is a non-partisan political organization which provides nonpartisan election information, fact sheets and publications, information about current office holders and elections laws, and speakers.

 

Neighborhood Legal Services Association
412-255-6700
— Free legal assistance for Allegheny County residents 60 and over meeting certain income requirements.

 

Republican Committee of Allegheny County
412-281-9748

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