The Pittsburgh Steelers are undefeated, and they keep on winning. Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers tried to make things a little easier for the workers at the ballot-counting site in Allegheny County by purchasing dinner for all of them.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 4, 2020
Members of the organization, including coach Mike Tomlin, were featured in a PSA commercial about the mail-in voting process during the election season, and the team also partnered with Citrone 33, a local foundation, to donate 5,000 masks to Allegheny County for elections officials at polling places in the area.
“We’re professionally focused, but we have been talking continuously about being active participants in the political process and exercising our right to vote,” Tomlin said Tuesday. “It requires no special meeting or no point of emphasis today. We all know what today is.”
The @steelers partnered with Citrone 33 to donate 5,000 masks to Allegheny County lead men and rovers who will distribute them to polling places in use for Tuesday's election
The donation will allow elections officials to safely perform their duties amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. pic.twitter.com/GT5qmEbsAi
— Allegheny County (@Allegheny_Co) October 30, 2020
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— Allegheny County (@Allegheny_Co) November 5, 2020
The Steelers have had active discussions about social justice throughout the summer and have advocated for each other and the public to be engaged in the voting process.
Job well done.