Assoc. Prof. Joseph Sabino Mistick reflects on life of long-time Allegheny Elections Office Chief
The Tribune-Review interviewed Law Professor Joseph Sabino Mistick for this story about the death of long-time Allegheny Elections Office Chief Mark Wolosik, who occasionally guest-lectured in Mistick's classes.
Read the article, "Mark Wolosik, long-time Allegheny County elections chief, dies."
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