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Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania 18706

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Hillary Clinton
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
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Tim Kaine Democratic
Gary Johnson
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Running Mate:
William Weld Libertarian
Jill Stein
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Running Mate:
Ajamu Baraka Green Party
Donald Trump
Challenger (Won) Republican
Running Mate:
Mike Pence Republican
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U.S. Senate

Senator Bob Casey, Jr.
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Pat Toomey
Junior Seat (Won) Republican
Edward Clifford III
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Katie McGinty
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Everett Stern
Challenger (Removed) Independent

U.S. House

District 11
Representative Lou Barletta
District 11 (Won) Republican
Michael Marsicano
District 11 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 17
Representative Matt Cartwright
District 17 (Won) Democratic
Matt Connolly
District 17 Challenger (Lost) Republican



Governor Tom Wolf

Lieutenant Governor



State House

District 119
Representative Gerald Mullery
District 119 (Won) Democratic
Justin Behrens
District 119 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 121
Representative Eddie Day Pashinski
District 121 (Won) Democratic
Betsy Summers
District 121 Challenger (Lost) Libertarian

State Senate

District 14
Senator John Yudichak
District 14 Democratic



Attorney General

John Rafferty, Jr.
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
Josh Shapiro
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Democratic


John Brown
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Eugene DePasquale
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Roy Minet
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
John Sweeney
Challenger (Lost) Green Party

Auditor General

Secretary of Education

Secretary of Revenue

Secretary of the Budget

Secretary of the Commonwealth


James Babb
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Kristin Combs
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Joe Torsella
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Otto Voit
Challenger (Lost) Republican


Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice Max Baer



At-Large (Wilkes Barre)


Council Member

At-Large (Wilkes Barre)
Mike Belusko
Tony Brooks
Beth Gilbert
Mike Merritt


At-Large (Luzerne County)

State Facts

  • Type: Commonwealth
  • Nickname: The Keystone State
  • Motto: Virtue, Liberty, and Independence
  • Area: 45,333 sq mi
  • Population: 12,763,536 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Harrisburg
  • Statehood: Dec. 12, 1787 (second of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Davis, 3,213 ft
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Ruffed Grouse
  • Flower: Mountain Laurel
  • Electoral Votes: 20
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