Nominate young Pittsburghers for our third Who’s Next: Politics class

Tell us who to include by 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8.

Who’s Next Politics 2018
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MJ Slaby

Update: Nominations are now closed.

Update: Who’s Next: Politics; From the campaign trail to policymaking, 25 Pittsburghers making a difference

The midterm elections are getting closer, and politicians elected in 2017 are almost a year into their terms.

So it’s prime time for our third Who’s Next: Politics class. We want to know about the young Pittsburghers making a difference, whether that’s on the campaign trail or in a lawmaker’s office.

This year’s class is sponsored by One Oxford Centre. (Read about our previous politics classes from January 2017 and November 2017.)

Tell us about under-40 leaders who are running for office, organizing campaigns and creating policies, all with the goal of making constituents’ lives better.

We’ve honored more than 360 young professionals in various fields through our Who’s Next series, presented by S&T Bank. Meet our previous Who’s Next classes here, and sign up for Who’s Next email alerts by clicking the “Follow This” button.

Use the form below to nominate someone before 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 8. You can also submit your nomination here. We’ll assemble a class of the standouts — and throw a party for them that you can attend, too.