Pennsylvania’s Primary Election was held on Tuesday, May 15, effectively setting the stage for candidates who won their party’s nod to face off against each other in the general election this November.
The unofficial results of all races across Pennsylvania can be found on the state’s election returns website. You can search for results by county by clicking on the map or by choosing the title of the office.
The following statewide candidates will be running against each other in the general election:
Democrat – Governor Tom Wolf
Republican – Senator Scott Wagner
Democrat – John Fetterman
Republican – Jeff Bartos
Democrat – Senator Bob Casey
Republican – Congressman Lou Barletta
A number of congressional races in Pennsylvania are anticipated to be closely watched as a result of redrawn congressional maps. Primary election results of those races, as well as all state House and Senate races, can also be found at electionreturns.pa.gov.
While the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference neither supports nor opposes any candidate for public office, it does aim to educate and inform Catholics of a candidate’s position on a wide range of issues relative to human dignity, employment, education, housing, health care and more.