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Ravenstahl’s campaign manager resigns

The Tribune-Review
| Friday, January 9, 2009 12:00 p.m

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s campaign manager has resigned.

Fred Terling, 44, of McMurray said Thursday he left the campaign to work for newly elected state Rep. Dan Deasy, D-Westwood, a former Pittsburgh city councilman. Terling worked on Deasy’s successful campaign to represent the 27th District in the House.

“Campaign work is so unsteady, especially if the mayor doesn’t have a race in the fall,” Terling said. No Republicans have challenged Ravenstahl. Carmen Robinson, 40, of the Hill District has said she plans to run against Ravenstahl, 28, of Summer Hill in the Democratic primary in May.

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