Lots of choices and races for Pennsylvania primary voters

Lots of choices and races for Pennsylvania primary voters

Democrats have a competitive primary there between Scott Wallace, a wealthy executive of a charitable foundation and grandson of an architect of the New Deal, and Rachel Reddick an active duty Naval lawyer and advocate for domestic abuse survivors who describes herself as "Donald Trump's worst nightmare".

Polls will be open from 7 8 p.m.

"And ballots need to be received by 8 o'clock Tuesday, Election Day, May 15th".

Both Mango and Ellsworth are first-time candidates from suburban Pittsburgh. Kuney was selected over Chase for an open seat a year ago. He also stripped Stack of state police protection. Elections Clerk Vanessa Waddell went last week to Cartersville, where a state investigator delivered cards to officials from several counties in the region. Four Republicans are also running. The son of the late former governor, he's uncontested in the primary. That has put a target on his back for Republicans.

If a voter did not receive a ballot they were expecting or a County Voter Information Guide, they should call Elections at (800) SBC-VOTE or (805) 568-2200 to verify their registration status.

Barletta has been running for months as the presumptive Republican nominee: He is endorsed by the state Republican Party and backed by Trump. The fight for control of the Senate is being played in Republican turf, meaning Democrats face an uphill climb to win a majority. Otherwise, unless the ballot includes a referendum for which all voters are eligible, your role is to help pay for the major party primaries and hold your tongue until November.

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Rokita donned Trump's signature "Make America Great Again" hat in his ads and campaigned with the slogan "Defeat the Elite". With few major policy differences, the candidates ran bitter campaigns by arguing who's the strongest Trump supporter.

The state Supreme Court's decision on substantially overhauling a congressional map widely viewed as among the nation's most gerrymandered will have an effect on local U.S. House races.

Voters in Idaho are taking the first step toward choosing a new governor and First District Congressional member.

The split could be attributed to more Republicans staying home who've participated in past elections, he said, and the few contested races on the ballot. Laura Quick, Gary Wegman and former state Secretary of Agriculture Dennis Wolff seek the Democratic nod.

Democrats say Rothfus, a former member for the hardline Freedom Caucus is too conservative for the moderate district, and that Lamb enjoys almost universal name recognition after winning his high-profile special election.

They'll also whittle down the list of candidates to set up one-on-one matches in the general election.

It starts in the race for Senate, where two-term incumbent Democratic Sen.