2018 Pennsylvania General Election Guide

On Nov. 6, 2018, Pennsylvanians go to the polls to elect a governor and their representatives to U.S. Congress and the state General Assembly. A redrawn Congressional map and an uncertain political environment make this year’s election one of the most unpredictable in a generation.

The gubernatorial race pits two businessmen from York County. Incumbent Tom Wolf (D) is being challenged by businessman and former state Sen. Scott Wagner (R). Wolf is an unabashed progressive Democrat, while Wagner’s smash-mouth brand of politics is best described as Trump-like. Neither one is a career politician: both have extensive business experience and strong ties to that community, and both have a sharp vision of the direction they want to take the state.

Pennsylvania is also holding a U.S. Senate race. Incumbent U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D) is being challenged by mid-state Congressman Lou Barletta (R). Casey, a former state auditor general and treasurer, is seeking his third term, while Barletta, an early backer of President Trump, is the former mayor of Hazleton and four-term congressman. 

Pennsylvania’s 18 Congressional seats are up for grabs this year, the first under a redrawn electoral map. Republicans currently hold 12 of the 18 districts. Of note to the PICPA is Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, CPA, who faces his first reelection bid for his suburban Philadelphia seat.  

In the state General Assembly, all 203 House seats and 25 of the 50 Senate seats are on the ballot. Republicans currently hold significant majorities in both chambers: 121 in the House and 33 in the Senate. Several PICPA members will be running, including Sen. Pat Browne, CPA (R-Lehigh), chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Rep. Keith Greiner, CPA (R-Lancaster), and Rep. Frank Ryan, CPA (R-Lebanon). Rep. George Dunbar (R-Westmoreland) and Rep. Mike Peifer (R-Pike, Wayne), both inactive CPAs, are also seeking reelection.  

In preparation for the general election, Pennsylvanians should identify their state and federal legislators via the “Find My Legislator” tool on the General Assembly's website, consult the overviews and links below for comprehensive platform information, and locate their polling place


Overview of Key 2018 Races 

Gubernatorial 

Gov. Tom Wolf (D-INCUMBENT)

Tom WolfOn Jan. 20, 2015, Wolf was sworn in as Pennsylvania’s 47th governor after defeating incumbent Republican Tom Corbett. Since taking office, Wolf has focused his policy efforts on building a strong workforce, increasing funding for public education, and improving access to health care. 

In the key area of tax policy, Wolf has proposed in each of his four budgets a severance tax on the natural gas industry and combined reporting. Last February, as part of his 2018-2019 fiscal year budget plan, Wolf proposed a severance tax based on the volume of natural gas extracted. The proposal was sensitive to prices, with the tax rate dependent on market price. It’s unlikely that Wolf will back away from a severance tax given another term in office.

Wolf has championed changing how Pennsylvania corporations file their returns with the Department of Revenue: from the current separate company reporting system to a unitary basis. Closing the “Delaware loophole,” as it has come to be known, and lowering the state’s corporate net income tax would likely remain priorities if Wolf is reelected.

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Scott Wagner (R-CHALLENGER)

Scott WagnerWagner is not a typical politician. The unwavering conservative is not afraid to say what’s on his mind. Wagner stormed onto Pennsylvania’s political scene in early 2014 when he ran a successful write-in campaign for York’s 28th state senatorial seat against the GOP’s hand-picked candidate. Wagner has been making waves in Harrisburg ever since. His hard-charging style may have ruffled a lot of feathers in the capitol, but he has established himself as someone who is not afraid to challenge the status quo. 

In May, Wagner defeated Paul Mango and Laura Ellsworth to win the Republican primary for governor.

Pennsylvania’s finances is job No. 1 for the next governor. Wagner points to recent studies by U.S. News & World Report and WalletHub that have found hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayers’ money that was wasted, poorly invested, or lost. Wagner’s plan is to implement a zero-based budgeting system, which would require state departments and agencies to justify each dollar of spending every year through budget reviews.

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Lt. Gubernatorial 

John Fetterman (D-CHALLENGER)
John Fetterman defeated current Lt. Gov. Mike Stack (D) in the May primary. He was elected mayor of Braddock, Pa., in 2005.

Fetterman grew up in York, went to Albright College, and joined AmeriCorps, where he served in Pittsburgh’s historic Hill District helping to set up the first computer labs in the neighborhood and teaching GED classes. He went on to earn a master's degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he focused on finding solutions in social work, business, and public policy to confront urban challenges and economic inequality. During his 12 years as mayor, Fetterman worked to attract new residents and jobs.

Jeff Bartos (R-CHALLENGER)
In November 2017, Jeff Bartos joined the Scott Wagner for Governor team as the lieutenant governor candidate and handily won the May primary. Born and raised in Berks County, he has been a Pennsylvania resident his entire life. Bartos owns a contracting company and several real estate acquisition and development companies active in the Greater Philadelphia market. He has previously served as a senior executive at Toll Brothers Inc. and Mark Group Inc.


U.S. Senate

Bob Casey (D-INCUMBENT)
Bob Casey has spent two terms representing the people of Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate, focusing on good jobs, higher wages, and fairer workplaces, and providing results for workers, women, children, seniors, and people with disabilities. He has experience and a record of successful service.

Casey has dedicated his career to serving the people of Pennsylvania, having been auditor general, state treasurer, and currently U.S. Senator. In Harrisburg, Casey focused on making government more accountable and responsive to the needs of Pennsylvanians. He has worked to make nursing homes safer and to protect affordable child care. He fought to reform Megan’s Law to better protect Pennsylvania’s children and communities.

Lou Barletta (R-CHALLENGER)
U.S. Rep. Louis J. Barletta began his fourth term on Jan. 3, 2017. He is a former three-term mayor of Hazleton.

He serves on three House committees: the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, where he serves as chair of the Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management Subcommittee; the House Homeland Security Committee, where he serves on the Counterterrorism and Intelligence subcommittee; and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, where he serves on both the Higher Education and Workforce Development Subcommittee and the Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions Subcommittee. 


U.S. Congressional 

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District 1

New 1st is highly competitive and covers Bucks and Montgomery counties.

Incumbent 
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R)

Challenger 

Scott Wallace (D)

District 2

New 2nd contains the eastern part of Philadelphia.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Brendan Boyle (D)
 

Challenger 
David Torres (R)

District 3

The 3rd district encompasses the southern portion of Philadelphia.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans (D)

Challenger
Bryan Leib (R) 

District 4

The 4th district covers a small southern portion of Berks and and all of Montgomery counties.

Incumbent
Open seat 

Challengers 
State Rep. Madeleine Dean (D)
Daniel David (R) 

District 5

Open seat covering Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties.

Incumbent
Open seat 

Challengers
Mary Gay Scanlon (D) 
Pearl Kim (R)

District 6

Open seat previously occupied by U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello (R), the new district unites all of Chester County and part of Berks.

Incumbent
Open seat 

Challengers 
Chrissy Houlahan (D) 
Gregory McCauley (R)

District 7

Open seat previously occupied by U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent (R), the new district is comprised of Lehigh and Northampton counties, along with roughly one-third of Monroe county.

Incumbent
Open seat 

Challengers 
Susan Wild (D)
Marty Nothstein (R)

District 8

Comprises Scranton/Wilkes-Barre while covering Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, and Wayne counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright (D)

Challenger

John Chrin (R)

District 9

Open seat previously occupied by U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta (R) covers Berks, Carbon, Columbia, Lebanon, Luzerne, Montour, Northumberland, and Schuylkill counties.

Incumbent

Open seat 

Challengers 
Dennis Wolff (D)
Dan Meuser (R)

District 10

New district includes all of the York and Harrisburg metro areas in Cumberland, Dauphin, and York counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Scott Perry (R)

Challenger
George Scott (D)

District 11

New district covers Lancaster and York counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R)

Challenger 
Jessica King (D)

District 12

This new district covers 15 counties, including Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Juniata, Lycoming, Mifflin, Northumberland, Perry, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, and Wyoming.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Tom Marino (R)

Challenger  
Marc Friedenberg (D)


District 13

The 13th Congressional District comprises territory from six different Congressional Districts, the majority of which comes from retiring U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster (R) district, and includes Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Somerset, and Westmoreland counties.

Incumbent
Open seat

Challengers 
Brent Ottaway (D)
John Joyce (R)

District 14

Open seat formally occupied by U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy (R), the new 14th contains 57 percent of the former 18th, the electorate from which just elected Democrat Conor Lamb in a March 13 special election. The district covers Fayette, Green, Washington, and Westmoreland counties.

Incumbent
Open seat 

Challengers 
Bibiana Boerio (D)
State Sen. Guy Reschenthaler (R)

District 15

The 15th contains 57 percent of the voters from Thompson’s previous 5th Congressional District containing Armstrong, Butler, Cambria, Cameron, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Indiana, Jefferson, McKean, Venango, and Warren counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson (R)

Challenger

Susan Boser (D)

District 16

The new 16th hugs the Ohio border from Lake Erie all the way to the northern Pittsburgh suburbs, covering Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence, and Mercer counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly (R)
 
Challenger
Ronald DiNicola (D)

District 17

U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus's (R-Incumbent) new district contains 56 percent of his constituency base and 20 percent of newly elected Conor Lamb’s district, covering Allegheny, Beaver, and Butler counties.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus (R)

Challenger
Conor Lamb (D-INCUMBENT former 18th Congressional District)

District 18

U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle's (D-Incumbent) new district includes most of the city of Pittsburgh and 76 percent of Doyle’s former constituency in Allegheny County.

Incumbent
U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle (D)

Challenger
Kim Mack (Write-In)

CPA Legislator Spotlight

Sen. Pat Browne, CPA (R-Lehigh)

BrowneSen. Pat Browne was first elected to the state Senate in a special election in April 2005, and was reelected in 2006, 2010, and 2014 to represent constituents in the 16th Senatorial District.

Before being elected to the Senate, Browne represented constituents of the 131st District in the House for 10 years. He was the first Republican elected to that district.
 

Rep. Keith Greiner, CPA (R-Lancaster)

Rep. Keith Greiner Rep. Keith Greiner has been a champion of the CPA profession as a member of the Pennsylvania House. He sponsored PICPA-proposed amendments to the Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes Act, which are now Acts 71 and 72 of 2017.

Greiner and the PICPA are also collaborating on legislation to address practitioners' concerns with the new 1099-MISC withholding requirement.
 

Rep. Mike Peifer, CPA (Inactive) (R-Pike)

Rep Peifer Rep. Mike Peifer, a Greentown resident, is serving his fifth term representing the 139th Legislative District. He graduated from Rider College in 1990 with a bachelor of science degree in accounting.

Peifer pursued his accounting career with Price Waterhouse LLP, qualifying as a CPA in 1991 and rising to the level of senior tax consultant. In 1995 he returned to Greentown to open his own accounting and tax firm. He was first elected in 2006.
 

Rep. Frank Ryan, CPA (R-Lebanon)

Rep Frank Ryan Elected to the state House in 2016, Rep. Frank Ryan is a CPA and a graduate of Mt. St. Mary’s College in Emmittsburg, Md. He received his master's of business administration from the University of Maryland.

A retired Marine Reserve colonel, Ryan was recalled to active duty in December 2004 and served with Multi-National Force-Iraq until June 2005. Prior to his initial retirement in 2002, Ryan served as the Central Command Special Operations Officer during Operation Enduring Freedom.

Ryan is a fiscal conservative and an expert in corporate restructurings and management.
 

Rep. George Dunbar, CPA (Inactive) (R-Westmoreland)

Rep Dunbar As a public servant, inactive CPA, and successful entrepreneur, Rep. George Dunbar brings a combination of real-life experience and commitment to integrity to his role as a state lawmaker.

Dunbar was sworn in to serve his fourth term as state representative for the 56th Legislative District in January 2017. During the 2017-2018 session, Dunbar was appointed to serve as majority vice chair of the House Appropriations Committee. In addition, he is a member of the Commerce, Finance (vice chair), and Gaming Oversight committees.
 

State Senate Races

District Democrat Republican Counties Covered
2 Christine Tartaglione (I) No candidate Philadelphia
4 Art Haywood (I) Ron Holt Montgomery & Philadelphia
6 Tina Davis Robert Tomlinson (I) Bucks
8 Anthony Williams (I) No candidate Delaware & Philadelphia
10 Steve Santarsiero Marguerite Quinn Bucks
12 Maria Collett Stewart Greenleaf Jr. Bucks & Montgomery
14 John Yudichak (I) No candidate Carbon & Luzerne
16 Mark Pinsley Pat Browne (I) Lehigh
18 Lisa Boscola (I) No candidate Lehigh & Northampton
20 No candidate Lisa Baker (I) Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne & Wyoming
22 John Blake (I) Frank Scavo III Lackawanna, Luzerne & Monroe
24 Linda Fields Bob Mensch (I) Berks, Bucks & Montgomery
26 Timothy Kearney Thomas McGarrigle (I) Chester & Delaware
28 Judith McCormick Higgins Kristin Hill York
30 Emily Garbuny Best Judith Ward Blair, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton & Huntingdon
32 Pamela Gerard Patrick Stefano (I) Fayette, Somerset & Westmoreland
34 Ezra Nanes Jake Corman (I) Centre, Huntingdon Juniata & Mifflin
36 William Troutman Jr. Ryan Aument (I) Lancaster
38 Lindsey Williams Jeremy Shaffer Allegheny
40 Tarah Probst Mario Scavello (I) Monroe & Northampton
42 Wayne Fontana (I) No candidate Allegheny
44 Katie Muth John Rafferty (I) Berks, Chester & Montgomery
46 James Craig Camera Bartolotta (I) Beaver, Greene & Washington
48 Lois Herr Mike Folmer (I) Dauphin, Lebanon & York
50 Sue Mulvey Michele Brooks (I) Crawford, Erie, Mercer & Warren


State House Races

District Democrat Republican Counties Covered
1 Patrick Harkins (I) No candidate Erie
2 Robert Merski Timothy Kuzma Erie
3 Ryan Bizzarro (I) No candidate Erie
4 No candidate Curtis Sonney (I) Erie
5 No candidate Barry J. Jozwiak (I) Berks
6 No candidate Bradley Roae (I) Crawford & Erie
7 Mark Longietti (I) No candidate Mercer
8 Lisa Boeving-Learned Tedd Nesbit (I) Butler & Mercer
9 Chris Sainato (I) Gregory Michalek Lawrence
10 No candidate Aaron Bernstine (I) Beaver, Butler & Lawrence
11 No candidate Brian Ellis (I) Butler
12 Daniel Smith Jr. Daryl Metcalfe (I) Butler
13 Susannah Walker John Lawrence (I) Chester & Lancaster
14 Amy Fazio Jim Marshall (I) Beaver & Butler
15 Terri Mitko Joshua Kail Beaver & Washington
16 Robert Matzie (I) No candidate Allegheny & Beaver
17 No candidate Parke Wentling (I) Crawford, Erie, Lawrence & Mercer
18 James Lamb III Gene DiGirolamo (I) Bucks
19 Jake Wheatley Jr. (I) No candidate Allegheny
20 Adam Ravenstahl (I) No candidate Allegheny
21 Sara Innamorato No candidate Allegheny
22 Peter Schweyer (I) No candidate Lehigh
23 Dan Frankel (I) No candidate Allegheny
24 Edward Gainey (I) No candidate Allegheny
25 Brandon Markosek Stephen Schlauch Allegheny
26 Pamela Hacker Timothy Hennessey (I) Chester & Montgomery
27 Daniel Deasy Jr. (I) No candidate Allegheny
28 Emily Skopov Mike Turzai (I) Allegheny
29 Andrew Dixon Meghan Schroeder Bucks
30 Elizabeth Monroe Lori Mizgorski Allegheny
31 Perry Warren (I) Ryan Gallagher Bucks
32 Anthony DeLuca (I) No candidate Allegheny
33 Frank Dermody (I) Joshua Nulph Allegheny & Westmoreland
34 Summer Lee No candidate Allegheny
35 Austin Davis (I) No candidate Allegheny
36 Harry Readshaw III (I) No candidate Allegheny
37 Suzanne Delahunt Mindy Fee (I) Lancaster
38 William Kortz II (I) No candidate Allegheny
39 Robert Rhoderick Jr. Michael Puskaric Allegheny & Washington
40 Sharon Guidi Natalie Mihalek Stuck Allegheny & Washington
41 Michele Wherley Brett Miller (I) Lancaster
42 Dan Miller (I) No candidate Allegheny
43 Jennie Porter Keith Greiner (I) Lancaster
44 Michele Knoll Valerie Gaydos Allegheny
45 Anita Astorino Kulik (I) No candidate Allegheny
46 Byron Timmins Jason Ortitay (I) Allegheny & Washington
47 Michael Wascovich Keith Gillespie (I) York
48 Clark Mitchell Jr. Timothy O'Neal (I) Washington
49 Steven Toprani Bud Cook (I) Fayette & Washington
50 Pam Snyder (I) Elizabeth McClure Fayette, Greene & Washington
51 Timothy Mahoney Matthew Dowling (I) Fayette & Somerset
52 Ethan Keedy Ryan Warner (I) Fayette & Westmoreland
53 Steven Malagari George Szekely II Montgomery
54 Jonathan McCabe Robert Brooks Allegheny & Westmoreland
55 Joseph Petrarca (I) No candidate Armstrong, Indiana & Westmoreland
56 Douglas Hunt George Dunbar (I) Westmoreland
57 Collin Warren Eric Nelson (I) Westmoreland
58 Mary Popovich Justin Walsh (I) Westmoreland
59 Clare Dooley Mike Reese (I) Somerset & Westmoreland
60 No candidate Jeffrey Pyle (I) Armstrong, Butler & Indiana
61 Liz Hanbidge Catherine Harper (I) Montgomery
62 Logan Dellafiora James Struzzi II Indiana
63 Conrad Warner Donna Oberlander (I) Armstrong, Clarion & Forest
64 John Kluck R. Lee James (I) Butler & Venango
65 No candidate Kathy Rapp (I) Crawford, Forest & Warren
66 Kerith Taylor Cris Dush (I) Indiana & Jefferson
67 Maryanne Cole Martin Causer (I) Cameron, McKean & Potter
68 Carrie Heath Clint Owlett (I) Bradford, Potter & Tioga
69 Jeff Cole Carl Metzgar (I) Bedford & Somerset
70 Matthew Bradford (I) Christopher Mundiath Montgomery
71 Bryan Barbin (I) James Rigby Cambria & Somerset
72 Frank Burns (I) Gerald Carnicella Cambria
73 No candidate Thomas Sankey (I) Cambria & Clearfield
74 Dan Williams Amber Turner Chester
75 No candidate Matt Gabler (I) Clearfield & Elk
76 Michael Hanna Jr. Stephanie Borowicz Centre & Clinton
77 Scott Conklin (I) No candidate Centre
78 Deborah Baughman Jesse Topper (I) Bradford, Franklin & Fulton
79 No candidate Louis Schmitt Jr. Blair
80 Laura Burke James Gregory Blair
81 Richard Rogers Sr. Richard Irvin (I) Centre, Huntingdon & Mifflin
82 Robert Cunningham Johnathan Hershey Franklin, Juniata & Mifflin
83 Airneezer Page-Delahaye Jeff Wheeland (I) Lycoming
84 Linda Sosniak Garth Everett (I) Lycoming & Union
85 Jennifer Rager-Kay Fred Keller (I) Snyder & Union
86 Karen Anderson Mark K. Keller (I) Cumberland & Perry
87 Sean Quinlan Greg Rothman (I) Cumberland
88 Jean Marie Foschi Sheryl Delozier (I) Cumberland
89 No candidate Rob Kauffman (I) Franklin
90 No candidate Paul Schemel (I) Franklin
91 Marty Qually Dan Moul (I) Adams
92 Shanna Danielson Dawn Keefer (I) Cumberland & York
93 Delma Rivera-Lytle Mike Jones York
94 Stephen Snell Stanley Saylor (I) York
95 Carol Hill-Evans (I) No candidate York
96 Michael Sturla (I) No candidate Lancaster
97 Dana Gulick Steven Mentzer (I) Lancaster
98 Mary Auker-Endres David Hickernell (I) Dauphin & Lancaster
99 Elizabeth Malarkey David H. Zimmerman (I) Lancaster
100 Dale Hamby Bryan Cutler (I) Lancaster
101 Cesar Liriano Frank Ryan (I) Lebanon
102 No candidate Russell Diamond (I) Lebanon
103 Patty Kim (I) Anthony Harrell Dauphin
104 Patricia Smith Susan Helm (I) Dauphin & Lebanon
105 Eric Epstein Andrew Lewis Dauphin
106 Jill Linta Thomas Mehaffie (I) Dauphin
107 Sarah Donnelly Kurt Masser (I) Columbia, Montour & Northumberland
108 No candidate Lynda Schlegel Culver (I) Northumberland & Snyder
109 Edward Sanders III David Millard (I) Columbia
110 Donna Iannone Tina Pickett (I) Bradford, Sullivan & Susquehanna
111 Rebecca Kinney Jonathan Fritz (I) Susquehanna & Wayne
112 Kyle Mullins Ernest Lemoncelli Lackawanna
113 Martin Flynn (I) No candidate Lackawanna
114 Sid Michaels Kavulich (I) No candidate Lackawanna
115 Maureen Madden (I) David Parker Monroe
116 No candidate Tarah Toohil (I) Luzerne
117 No candidate Karen Boback (I) Lackawanna, Luzerne & Wyoming
118 Mike Carroll (I) No candidate Lackawanna & Luzerne
119 Gerald Mullery (I) Justin Behrens Luzerne
120 No candidate Aaron Kaufer (I) Luzerne
121 Eddie Day Pashinski (I) Sue Henry Luzerne
122 Kara Scott Doyle Heffley (I) Carbon
123 Neal Goodman (I) No candidate Schuylkill
124 No candidate Jerry Knowles (I) Berks, Carbon & Schuylkill
125 No candidate Mike Tobash (I) Dauphin & Schuylkill
126 Mark Rozzi (I) No candidate Berks
127 Thomas Caltagirone (I) Vincent Gagliardo Jr. Berks
128 Douglas Metcalfe Mark Gillen (I) Berks & Lancaster
129 Tricia Wertz Jim Cox (I) Berks & Lancaster
130 No candidate David Maloney (I) Berks
131 Andrew Lee Justin Simmons (I) Lehigh, Montgomery & Northampton
132 Michael Schlossberg (I) No candidate Lehigh
133 Jeanne McNeill (I) No candidate Lehigh
134 Thomas Applebach Ryan Mackenzie (I) Berks & Lehigh
135 Steve Samuelson (I) No candidate Northampton
136 Robert Freeman (I) No candidate Northampton
137 Amy Cozze Joe Emrick (I) Northampton
138 Dean Donaher Marcia Hahn (I) Northampton
139 Orlando Marrero Michael Peifer (I) Pike & Wayne
140 John Galloway (I) No candidate Bucks
141 Tina Davis (I) Anthony Sposato Bucks
142 Lauren Lareau Frank Farry (I) Bucks
143 Wendy Ullman Joseph Flood Bucks
144 Meredith Buck F. Todd Polinchock Bucks
145 Brian Kline Craig Staats (I) Bucks
146 Joseph Ciresi Thomas Quigley (I) Montgomery
147 Joshua Camson Marcy Toepel (I) Montgomery
148 Mary Jo Daley (I) No candidate Montgomery
149 Tim Briggs (I) No candidate Montgomery
150 Joseph Webster Nick Fountain Montgomery
151 Sara Johnson Rothman Todd Stephens (I) Montgomery
152 Daryl Boling Thomas Murt (I) Montgomery & Philadelphia
153 Ben Sanchez Douglas Beaver Jr. Montgomery
154 Steve McCarter (I) Kathleen Bowers Montgomery
155 Danielle Otten Becky Corbin (I) Chester
156 Carolyn Comitta (I) Nicholas Deminski Chester
157 Melissa Shusterman Warren Kampf (I) Chester & Montgomery
158 Christina Sappey Eric Roe (I) Chester
159 Brian Kirkland (I) Ruth Moton Delaware
160 Anton Andrew Stephen Barrar (I) Chester & Delaware
161 Leanne Krueger-Braneky (I) Patti Rodgers Morrisette Delaware
162 David Delloso May Hopper Delaware
163 Michael Zabel Jamie Santora (I) Delaware
164 Margo Davidson (I) Inderjit Bains Delaware
165 Jennifer O’Mara Alexander Charlton (I) Delaware
166 Gregory Vitali (I) Baltazar Rubio Delaware & Montgomery
167 Kristine Howard Duane Milne (I) Chester
168 Kristin Seale Christopher Quinn (I) Delaware
169 Sarah Hammond Kate Anne Klunk (I) York
170 Michael Doyle Jr. Martina White (I) Philadelphia
171 Erin McCracken Kerry Benninghoff (I) Centre & Mifflin
172 Kevin Boyle (I) No candidate Montgomery & Philadelphia
173 Michael Driscoll (I) No candidate Philadelphia
174 Edward Neilson (I) No candidate Philadelphia
175 Mary Isaacson No candidate Philadelphia
176 Claudette Williams Jack Rader Jr. (I) Monroe
177 Joseph Hohenstein Patty Kozlowski Philadelphia
178 Helen Tai (I) Wendi Thomas Bucks
179 Jason Dawkins (I) No candidate Philadelphia
180 Angel Cruz (I) No candidate Philadelphia
181 Malcolm Kenyatta Thomas Milton Street Philadelphia
182 Brian Sims (I) No candidate Philadelphia
183 Jason Ruff Zachary Mako (I) Lehigh & Northampton
184 Elizabeth Fiedler No candidate Philadelphia
185 Maria Donatucci (I) No candidate Delaware & Philadelphia
186 Jordan Harris (I) No candidate Philadelphia
187 Michael Blichar Jr. Gary Day (I) Berks & Lehigh
188 James Roebuck Jr. (I) No candidate Philadelphia
189 Adam Rodriguez Rosemary Brown (I) Monroe & Pike
190 Vanessa Lowery Brown (I) No candidate Philadelphia
191 Joanna McClinton (I) No candidate Delaware & Philadelphia
192 Morgan Cephas (I) No candidate Philadelphia
193 Matthew Nelson Torren Ecker Adams & Cumberland
194 Pamela DeLissio (I) Sean Stevens Montgomery & Philadelphia
195 Donna Bullock (I) No candidate Philadelphia
196 No candidate Seth Grove (I) York
197 Danilo Burgos No candidate Philadelphia
198 Rosita Youngblood (I) No candidate Philadelphia
199 Joseph McGinnis Jr. Barbara Gleim Cumberland
200 Christopher Rabb (I) No candidate Philadelphia
201 Stephen Kinsey (I) No candidate Philadelphia
202 Jared Solomon (I) No candidate Philadelphia
203 Isabella Fitzgerald (I) No candidate Philadelphia