PITTSBURGH —Marlin Woods gathered with supporters at the Highland Park Reservoir, not far from his East Liberty home, to announce Thursday he’s jumping into the race for mayor of Pittsburgh as an Independent candidate. Before the event, he spoke with Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 about why he wants the job and what he believes he can bring to the office.
“This is the responsibility that falls upon my shoulders with the burden of solution through service. And service is merely defined as raising the quality of life for another,” Woods said
Woods is a motivational speaker and business consultant who’s also worked as a minister.”
My product is leadership. That is what I am here to implement into this region — to make an impartation of leadership. That I can raise the quality of life for each resident and the small business community of this great city,” Woods said.