It took us a while to find it, but we finally did -- Corey O'Connor's campaign website for his city council run. Pretty regular stuff on there. Like many Democratic campaigns this time of year, O'Connor's is basically in a holding pattern before the county's Democratic committee endorses on Sunday.
Says the former Mike Doyle aide, age 26:
The people of Pittsburgh have shared their love, compassion and support with my family and me throughout our very public lives. You have also helped us make it through some of our most trying and most private moments. So I am running for the council seat from the 5th District to give back to our community, and to respond with my hard work, fresh vision, and best effort to serve the neighborhoods where I grew up.
The son of the late mayor is running for the Dem nomination against Chris Zurawsky, the former prez of the 14th Ward Independent Democrats (here's his Twitter page), and Vince Caliguiri, the nephew of late Mayor Richard S. Caliguiri.
Former mayoral candidate Josh Wander is running on the Republican side. Wander attracted national headlines in 2003 for an effort to return the Statue of Liberty to the French after the country's opposition to the invasion of Iraq.
"We'd like to give it back because there's been a lot of protests out there boycotting France, changing names of french fries. We basically didn't feel that was serious enough and that a stronger response needed to be made," he told NPR.