July 7, 2017

NFL Alumni News: Former Steeler Dwayne Woodruff: State Supreme Court Candidate

Posted February 24, 2017 on www.NFLAlumni.org/news Former Steelers defensive star Dwayne Woodruff, who has served as a Common Pleas Judge in Pittsburgh since 2006, recently announced he is running for the elective office of State Supreme Court Justice in Pennsylvania. He made his announcement last week in front of  large group of supporters, including Steelers President Art Rooney and former teammate …

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June 27, 2017

Supreme Court Candidate Attends Democratic Women of Mercer County Event

Democrat Women of Mercer County The Democrat Women of Mercer County gathered for its May meeting with President Judy Hines presiding. She lauded members who walked and knocked, placed yard signs and made over 14,000 phone calls on behalf of local candidates and statewide judges leading up to the primary election. The DWMC was honored to have retired Pennsylvania Supreme …

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June 27, 2017

10 Questions: Judge and former NFL player Dwayne Woodruff pushes to achieve

Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff is all about the challenge. He challenges others, such as the juvenile offenders who come before him in the family court division of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas in Pittsburgh. He directs them to do better and volunteers for several programs to help at-risk kids succeed. Woodruff also rises to his own challenges. A …

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June 27, 2017

A life’s work that makes a Super Bowl ring pale by comparison

Verifying the spark that inflamed Dwayne Woodruff’s voracity for education isn’t simple, as there were just too many generative circumstances, too many game-changing, life-changing candidates. Still, as we talked in the lobby of the William Penn two hours after the one-time Steelers defensive back and MVP announced an uphill run for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the judge laid out …

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February 12, 2017

Woodruff Gets Party Endorsement For High Court

By Chris Potter / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette   HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Democrats, like right-thinking Americans everywhere, can at least agree on the superiority of the 1970s-era Pittsburgh Steelers. On Saturday, state party leaders unanimously voted to endorse the Supreme Court bid of Dwayne Woodruff, an Allegheny County judge and one-time Steelers defensive standout. But it wasn’t always so easy to reach consensus …

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