Past:Magisterial District Judge
Nick Martini, is a candidate this year for Magisterial District Judge 05-3-13 running to serve our western City of Pittsburgh neighborhoods. As district judge, Nick would be the gatekeeper of our judicial system presiding over civil hearings, landlord-tenant actions, City of Pittsburgh Code Violations, traﬃc citations, emergency PFA orders, search warrants, criminal preliminary hearings, arraignments, truancy, and summary oﬀenses. Nick understands that these are serious responsibilities and is committed to executing these powers responsibly and with integrity.
Nick has lived in our community his entire life and knows this area well. Nick was first elected to the Allegheny County Democratic Committee in 2006 defeating an incumbent committeeman. Nick has been a Ward officer in the 20th Ward City of Pittsburgh, since 2010 holding the position of Treasurer, and in 2014 Nick was appointed City of Pittsburgh Democratic Committee Treasurer, a position he currently holds. He is an alumnus of Bishop Canevin High School and graduated magna cum laude from Robert Morris University, with a double major in Political Science & Social Studies Education. Nick has demonstrated his compassion through his community volunteer eﬀorts.
• Former West End Alliance board member
• Middle School Mentor at Pittsburgh Classical Academy
• Reading is Fundamental volunteer
• Clean Pittsburgh Steward
• Former Youth Umpire for our local athletic associations
Nick has demonstrated dedication through his professional experience as a:
• Teacher, Pittsburgh Public Schools
• Community Liaison, Council President Theresa Kail-Smith
• Deputy Manager, City of Pittsburgh Youth Policy and Neighborhood Initiatives
• Supervisor, City of Pittsburgh Federal Community Block Grants
• Legislative Assistant, Former State Representative Thomas Petrone
Most importantly, Nick is committed to serving our community with ﬁdelity, defending our constitutional rights, and making decisions based on fairness, not privilege.
In addition to Nick’s many years of experience and community involvement, Nick also has been involved in many campaigns at the local, county, or state level. Nick has proudly worked on campaigns for the following candidates: Former State Representative Tom Petrone, State Representative Dan Deasy, Former State Representative Adam Ravenstahl, City Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith, County Executive Candidate Mark Patrick Flaherty, and County Councilman Bob Palmosina.