33rd Annual SEAD St. Paddy’s Day Pre-Endorsement Free Breakfast and Petition Sign Event

Saturday, February 25th from 8:30 Am to 11:30 Am

Riley’s Pour House, 215 N. Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106


33rd Annual SEAD Pre-Endorsement Free Breakfast & Petition Signing Event

Thank You Sponsors

Emerald Isle Level Sponsor ($500)

State Senator Wayne Fontana (42nd State Senate District)

Steve Zappala for DA

Pot of Gold Level Sponsor ($250)

Erica Rocchi Bruesselars for County Treasurer

State Senator Jay Costa (State Senate District 43)

Joanna Doven for County Council at Large

Re-Elect Bethany Hallam for County Council at Large

Keep County Controller Corey O’Connor

State Rep. Nick Pisciottano (38th District)

Keep Common Pleas Judge Andy Szefi

John Weinstein for County Executive

Blarney Stone Sponsor Level $100

State Representative Jessica Benham (36th District)

Anthony Coghill for County Treasurer

District 5 County Council Member Tom Duerr

Matt Dugan for District Attorney

SEAD President Robert Frank

Sara Innamorato for County Executive

Keep District Judge Ricky King

Nina Ricciardi for District Judge (South Side Slopes, South Side Flats, Oakland ans Arlington)

The Luck of the Irish Level ($50)

Larry Dunn & Associates

SEAD First Vice President Anthony Mosesso

State Committee Member Barbara Ernsberger

Ben Woods

Four Leaf Clover Level Sponsor ($25)

The Honorable Sal Sirabella

State Committee Member Michelle Zmijanac (42nd District)

To Donate or Volunteer

For details on how you can volunteer or donate contact SEAD President Rob Frank at 412 583-5973 or Email: Make checks payable to SEAD: and send to SEAD, P.O. Box 99311 Pittsburgh, PA 15233.

Deadline to be included in signage and promotional materials is February 22nd. So Act Fast.



Be an informed voter!
Meet the Candidates seeking the Democratic Endorsement for the Primary Election and sign their petition to get on the ballot. (Which all candidates need to run for office.) Deadline to reserve candidates to reserve their spot is Wednesday, 3-23-22. This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
WIN A BIG SCREEN TELEVISION & OTHER PRIZES!!FREE FOOD & BEVERAGES and SURPRISES. If you are a candidate seeking the Democratic Endorsement and would like to have a table to collect signatures contact SEAD President Rob Frank. 


33rd Annual SEAD Picnic Democratic Reunion

August 22nd from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm


The SEAD Picnic is FREE! Just bring, an entree, salad or dessert (enough for 8) in a disposable and recyclable container–aluminium pans are recommended. No utensils needed. This is our first GREEN Picnic–all of the utensils, cups, paper products, and cleaning products are eco-friendly. Please recycle at the picnic!

Get there early to get a good parking spot and enjoy a day jam-packed with fun for everyone!

Meet Democratic candidates and elected officials-including the next Mayor of Pittsburgh, Ed Gainey!

Don’t miss these great activities!

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm “Pittsburgh-A City of Renaissance and Transformation” Exhibit featuring the photographs of the late Edward A. Frank (father to SEAD President Rob Frank).  He was an award-winning Pittsburgh Press photographer whose work appeared everywhere from the cover of Life Magazine to Pravda (really!). His body of work documented more than 50 years of history, including all three Pittsburgh Renaissances. He was a three time winner of the prestigious “Golden Quill Award” for News Photography and was a contemporary and friend of Pittsburgh Courier photographer Teenie Harris. 

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Petting Zoo

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Pony Rides for the kids

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm DJ Steve Oberst playing the hits

1:30 pm to 3:30 pm Free caricatures by Local Comic Book Artist Loran Skinkis

1:45 pm to 2:15 pm– Corn Hole Tournament with Prizes. Register your team at 1:30 pm. You team can win a $100, $50 or $25 GetGo Gas or Grocery Gift card courtesy of Jessel Costa for Allegheny County Cort of Common Pleas Judge.

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm Wide World of Animals Show

2:15 pm to 3:15 pm Messages from Spirit by Sara Sachs Mediumonthego

3:00 pm Dinner Buffet

4:45 pm Drawing of the Politically Correct Basket and Ticket Auction, Door Prizes and the Big 50/50.

5:00 pm If you enjoyed the picnic, stick around and help us clean up!

Covid-19 Protocol

We will be asking picnickers to follow any health orders that might be in place at the time of the event and CDC Guidelines. We will have free masks and hand sanitizer. SEAD rented Fairgrounds Building #4 for shows and events, so there will be plenty of room for social distancing. Please feel free to bring a camping chair so you can have the best seat in the house for the shows.

Please leave your dogs and other pets at home for their safety and the safety of our guests.

Ready to renew your membership or become a brand-new SEAD member? Here’s how!