The campaign revealed that they’ve collected 2,000 signatures.
“This is an exciting moment for me,” Zappala said. “As the District Attorney of Allegheny County I have stood up to the most powerful people, politicians and corporate special interests who have the money to hire an army of lawyers – so that our working and middle class families, like the 2000 people who have signed my petitions to date, know the system isn’t rigged against them.”
“I have never cared what your income is, what your zip code is, what you look like or who you love – you get treated fairly by my office, period,” he continued. “That is the kind of leadership I will bring to the Attorney General’s office and to the people of Pennsylvania.”
Zappala is running against Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro and John Morganelli in the Democratic primary. Also incumbent Attorney General Kathleen Kane has also suggested she may run for re-election.