Primary: Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Seven Republicans and four Democrats are vying to become Pennsylvania’s next member of the U.S. Senate.
The decisions handed down by the Commonwealth, Superior, and Supreme Courts impact everyday Pennsylvanians “probably more so than a legislator.”
From left, voters Jan and Rick Baliles speak with U.S. Rep. John Joyce, R-13, Tuesday morning outside the Germany Township polling place at Fraternal Order of Eagles 2226, 427 Mengus Mill Road. Both said they always vote, but Jan said this year is “the big one” because “I want to get the Hou…
Others Democratic Committee candidates include: Sara Murphy Laird, Carroll Valley 2; Beth Kanagy, Cumberland 1; Sarah Thomas, Fairfield; Matthew Moon, Gettysburg 2; Justin Knill, Liberty; Bernie Mazer, Mt. Joy 2; Debra Westmoreland, Mt. Joy 2; Brian Lawyer, Mt. Pleasant 1; Jane Tushingham, O…
Party: Cross-filed on Republican and Democrat ballots
Party: Democrat (I am also the Republican candidate for this election).
HARRISBURG — When Democrats head to the polls on May 17 for Pennsylvania’s 2022 primary election for governor, there will be just one choice on the ballot.