What you need to know about the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board 2020 ballot question
Pittsburgh Police officers during a protest on June 1 (Pittsburgh City Paper photo)

By Hannah Lynn

PITTSBURGH — Election Day is not until Nov. 3, but voting has already started in Pennsylvania, with thousands of people using mail-in ballots.

Ballots include voting in the presidential election and state legislative contests, but, for city of Pittsburgh residents, there is also an important measure about whether or not to expand the power of the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board…

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