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Havertown, Delaware County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 19083

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U.S. Senate

Senator Bob Casey, Jr.
Senior Seat (Running) Democratic
Lou Barletta
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
James Christiana III
Senior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Neal Gale
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Green Party
Dale Kerns, Jr.
Senior Seat Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Joe Vodvarka
Senior Seat Challenger (Withdrawn) Republican
Senator Pat Toomey
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 1 (through 2018)
Representative Bob Brady
District 1 Democratic
District 2 (through 2018)
Representative Dwight Evans
District 2 Democratic
NEW!District 5
Paul Addis
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Larry Arata III
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
George Badey III
District 5 Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic
Shelly Chauncey
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Margo Davidson
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Pearl Kim
District 5 Challenger (Running) Republican
Thaddeus Kirkland
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Richard Lazer, Jr.
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Lindy Li
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Ashley Lunkenheimer
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Daniel Muroff
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Mary Scanlon
District 5 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Molly Sheehan
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Gregory Vitali
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
David Wertime
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Theresa Wright
District 5 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
District 7
Dean Browning
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Republican
David Clark
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Rick Daugherty
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Gregory Edwards
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
John Morganelli
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Martin Nothstein
District 7 Challenger (Running) Republican
Roger Ruggles
District 7 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Tim Silfies
District 7 Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Susan Wild
District 7 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 7




Governor Tom Wolf
(Running) Democratic
Laura Ellsworth
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Paul Glover
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Kenneth Krawchuk
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Paul Mango
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Scott Wagner
Challenger (Running) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Nina Ahmad
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jeffrey Bartos
Challenger (Running) Republican
Aryanna Berringer
Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic
Jocolyn Bowser-Bostick
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Kathleen Coder
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Kathleen Cozzone
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
John Fetterman
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Joseph Gale
Challenger (Withdrawn) Republican
Craig Lehman
Challenger (Withdrawn) Democratic
Peg Luksik
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Kathleen Smith
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Raymond Sosa
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Diana Irey Vaughan
Challenger (Lost) Republican



State House

District 163
Representative James Santora
District 163 (Running) Republican
Michael Zabel
District 163 Challenger (Running) Democratic
District 164
Representative Margo Davidson
District 164 (Running) Democratic
Inderjit Bains
District 164 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 165
Representative Alexander Charlton
District 165 (Running) Republican
Jennifer O'Mara
District 165 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Regina Scheerer
District 165 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 166
Representative Gregory Vitali
District 166 (Running) Democratic
Baltazar Rubio
District 166 Challenger (Running) Republican

State Senate

District 17
Senator Daylin Leach
District 17 Democratic
District 26
Senator Tom McGarrigle, Sr.
District 26 (Running) Republican
Timothy Kearney
District 26 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tanner Rouse
District 26 Challenger (Lost) Democratic


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Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice Max Baer


Council Member

At-Large (Delaware County)
Mario Civera, Jr.
At-Large Republican
Michael Culp
John McBlain
David White

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
  • Senators: 50
  • Representatives: 203
  • Electoral Votes: 20
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