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Voting in Pennsylvania

Federal & state elections on the ballot: President, 18 US House members, and State Senate and House members

Ballot measures: None

The Pennsylvania Voting and Elections, part of the Secretary of State, oversees all Pennsylvania elections.

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Pennsylvania is located in the Northeastern region of the USA with Harrisburg as its capital. The Pennsylvania legislature has 50 Senate members and 203 House members. Pennsylvania’s current political leaders are:

Governor Tom Wolf (D) since 2011
Lt. Governor John Fetterman (D) since 2019
Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) since 2017

Senior Senator Bob Casey (D) since 2007
Junior Senator Pat Toomey (R) since 2011

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Tom Wolf

Current Position: Governor since 2015
Affiliation: Democrat

Whether as a business owner or governor, Tom Wolf is a leader consistently taking on the status quo and trying to help middle class families. Tom is a different kind of leader, and he has been a different kind of governor.

Since he took office in 2015, Tom has fought to change Harrisburg. On day one, his first actions as governor were signing a gift ban prohibiting administration employees from accepting gifts from lobbyists and reforming legal contracting to end pay to play. Tom also donates his entire salary to charity and refuses a state pension

Source: Government page

Bob Casey

Current Position: US Senator since 2007
Affiliation: Democrat

Bob Casey believes that “all public service is a trust, given in faith and accepted in honor.” Since he was elected to the United States Senate in 2006, he has worked to create family sustaining jobs and foster financial security for Pennsylvania families; protect our children and invest in their futures; ensure safety at home and respect for America abroad; promote honesty and accountability in government; preserve the dignity of the vulnerable of all ages among us; and advocate for his constituents and help them solve problems they face.

Senator Casey serves on four Senate committees: Finance; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; and the Special Committee on Aging.

Source: Government page

Pat Toomey

Current Position: US Senator since 2011
Affiliation: Republican

Sought out by his colleagues for his views on financial reform and budgetary issues, Senator Toomey was labeled by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “a leading voice on money matters.”

During his time in the Senate, Senator Toomey has successfully led efforts to cut taxes for families, make our business tax code more competitive, end wasteful federal spending, and protect children from abusers.

Source: Government page

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  • Brian Fitzpatrick Brian Fitzpatrick

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 1 since 2017
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    For 14 years prior to running for Congress, Brian served our country as an FBI Supervisory Special Agent fighting political corruption and supporting global counterterrorism efforts – including being embedded with U.S. Special Forces as part Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Working to promote freedom and democracy, Brian also served as National Director for the FBI’s Campaign Finance and Election Crimes Enforcement Program and as a national supervisor for the FBI’s Political Corruption Unit where he is recognized as an expert in restoring integrity to governmental institutions.

    Source: Government page

US House District 4

  • Madeleine Dean Madeleine Dean

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 4 since 2019
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Madeleine Dean practiced law in a small Philadelphia firm and with the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and eventually serving as executive director. From 2001 until 2011 she was a member of the English Department at LaSalle University — teaching composition, persuasive writing and rhetoric, business writing, legal writing, and ethics.

    In Congress, Madeleine remains focused on decency and the common good. That means working hard to address issues that affect Americans deeply — including stopping gun violence and guaranteeing health care for all. In Madeleine’s view, building a more compassionate society means making smart, humane policy choices. It also means working to ensure that government functions smoothly and delivers the services constituents need.

    Source: Government page

  • Susan Wild Susan Wild

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 7 since 2013
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Congresswoman Susan Wild has been a member of the Lehigh Valley community for more than 30 years. Her two adult children were born and raised in the Valley, where they attended public schools. Susan built a successful legal practice while raising her two children and became the first woman to be appointed as Allentown City Solicitor. In November 2018, Congresswoman Wild was elected as the first woman to represent Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

    Congresswoman Wild has been appointed to the House Education and Labor Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee and is committed to fighting for quality, affordable health care for all, an economy that benefits every member of our community, and reforming our political system to return government to the American people.

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    Source: Government page

  • Scott Perry Scott Perry

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 10 since 2013
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    In 1993, Scott started his own mechanical contracting firm. The Dillsburg-based business provided contract construction and maintenance services to municipal and investor-owned utilities from North Carolina to New York and specialized in large meter calibration.

    Scott was selected for promotion to the rank of Brigadier General in 2014, and was honored to serve as the Assistant Division Commander of the 28th Infantry Division – the Army’s oldest, actively-serving Division.

    Congressman Perry presently serves on the House Committees on Transportation & Infrastructure, and Foreign Affairs.

    Source: Government page

  • John Joyce John Joyce

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 13 since 2019
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Upon completion of his time with the Navy, Dr. Joyce returned to his hometown, Altoona, with his wife Alice and their three children, where they established Altoona Dermatology Associates. For over 25 years, Dr. Joyce and his wife have cared for patients in the Central Pennsylvania area, serving all ten counties in the 13th Congressional district.

    Congressman Joyce has served on the Advisory Board of the Penn State Altoona Campus, the American Cancer Society, The United Way, the Goodman Trust, as a mentor for the Eberly College of Science at Penn State, and as a volunteer at the St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen. He is a lifelong member of the Cathedral in Altoona.

    Source: Government page

  • Mike Kelly Mike Kelly

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 16 since 2011
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Mike is constantly honored and humbled to represent the values, interests, and concerns of the 16th District, especially as they relate to his work on the House Ways and Means Committee and his role as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Oversight.

    He is proud to be considered a leader among his colleagues as he serves as the Republican chairman of the Congressional Korea Caucus, the House Automotive Caucus, the Childhood Cancer Caucus, the House Retirement Security Caucus, the Health Care Innovation Caucus, and the House Small Brewers Caucus. He is also an appointed member on the President’s Export Council.

    Source: Government page

  • Brendan Boyle Brendan Boyle

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 2 since 2015
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    In 2014, he was elected to Congress by the citizens of the 13th Congressional District, representing Northeast Philadelphia, part of North Philadelphia, and approximately half of Montgomery County, PA. Since first entering public service, Congressman Boyle has served as a champion for working and middle class families, in particular issues relating to social and economic justice.

    In 2018, the State of Pennsylvania re-drew congressional district lines across the Keystone State. As a result, the PA-13th District was consolidated within the borders of Philadelphia and renamed “PA-02”.  Congressman Boyle was subsequently re-elected as a Representative to Congress and now represents the newly redrawn PA-02 District.

    Source: Government page

  • Mary Gay Scanlon Mary Gay Scanlon

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 5 since 2019
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Congresswoman Scanlon previously served as national pro bono counsel at a major US law firm, where she directed and supervised over 600 lawyers in 15 offices in providing more than 50,000 hours of pro bono legal services annually to low-income clients and non-profit organizations. Under her leadership, the pro bono program worked on critical issues, including voting rights, child advocacy, immigration, housing, public benefits, criminal justice reform, free press, and other constitutional rights. The program earned the 2018 American Bar Association’s annual pro bono award.

    Congresswoman Scanlon’s priorities in Congress include voting rights, education, common sense gun safety legislation, and protecting the rights of children, families, veterans and our seniors. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, the House Rules Committee, and the House Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress.

    Source: Government page

US House District 8

  • Matt Cartwright Matt Cartwright

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 8 since 2019
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Matt is committed to working across the aisle to advocate for working families.  Matt’s priorities include strengthening the middle class, creating jobs, ensuring quality health care, protecting seniors, and supporting veterans and military families.  Matt has introduced over 60 pieces of legislation and more bipartisan bills than any other House Democrat.

    Prior to coming to Congress, Matt worked as an attorney with Munley, Munley & Cartwright for 25 years.  He spent his time at the firm fighting for working families, and served as a member of the Board of Governors of the American Association for Justice.

    Source: Government page

  • Lloyd Smucker Lloyd Smucker

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 11 since 2017
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Mission Statement
    We help all families access and achieve their American Dream.
    We promote freedom and personal accountability.
    We fight for free enterprise to stop socialism.
    We serve by listening, respecting and helping.

    Lloyd Smucker wants to reignite the American Dream. He believes this can be achieved by working to increase economic opportunity for everyone, reining in Washington’s out-of-control spending, and providing regulatory relief to small businesses so they can expand and create jobs.

    Prior to being elected to Congress, Rep. Smucker owned and operated the Smucker Company for 25 years, and grew the small business to eventually employ more than 150 people.

    Source: Government page

US House District 14

  • Guy Reschenthaler Guy Reschenthaler

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 14 since 2019
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    After law school, Guy fulfilled a lifelong dream and joined the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps and volunteered for duty in Iraq.

    In Baghdad, Guy prosecuted nearly 100 terrorists, including some of Iraq’s most dangerous terrorists. He also successfully defended a Navy SEAL falsely accused of mishandling the Butcher of Fallujah.

    Congressman Reschenthaler previously served in the State Senate representing portions of Allegheny and Washington County. In the State Senate, Reschenthaler’s priorities included improving education opportunities, limiting government and lowering taxes, and reforming the pension system.

  • Conor Lamb Conor Lamb

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 17 since 2018
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Lamb’s priorities during the 116th Congress include protecting Social Security and Medicare as well as fighting for good jobs and strong unions, and is determined to make health care more affordable and to take aggressive action to combat the heroin epidemic.  Using his own personal knowledge and experience to help veterans, Lamb serves as Vice Chair of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.

    He is also working to improve our nation by providing new insight as a member of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology and the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure.  Lamb also serves as the Chair of the Congressional Steel Caucus, working with colleagues from both parties to strengthen the steel industry to protect the jobs and workers in PA-17.

    Source: Government page

  • Dwight Evans Dwight Evans

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 3 since 2017
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    In his first term, he also supported a criminal justice reform bill which became law, the First Step Act. His efforts also included hosting a roundtable on the subject in Philadelphia with then Ranking Member, now Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Jerry Nadler. Congressman Evans is also a member of the House Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.

    In the new Democratic-majority House, Congressman Evans is looking forward to advancing priorities such as protecting health care and reducing health disparities, and advocating for gun reform, criminal justice reform and economic development, including supporting small businesses.

    Source: Government page

  • Chrissy Houlahan Chrissy Houlahan

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 6 since 2019
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan is an Air Force veteran, engineer, entrepreneur, and educator who is continuing her career of service as the first woman ever to represent Pennsylvania’s 6th District in Congress.

    She earned her engineering degree from Stanford with an ROTC scholarship that launched her service in the U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserves, and later earned her M.S. in Technology and Policy from MIT.

    Chrissy has helped lead several thriving Southeastern Pennsylvania companies including AND1, a basketball apparel company headquartered in Paoli, and B Lab, the organization that launched the B Corporation movement. She went on to serve in Teach for America as a chemistry teacher at Simon Gratz High School in North Philadelphia, and then led and scaled a non-profit helping thousands of underserved students all across America build their literacy skills.

    Source: Government page

  • Dan Meuser Dan Meuser

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 9 since 2013
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Dan joined Pride Mobility Products in 1988, a small healthcare products manufacturer that he helped grow into an industry leader in power mobility over two decades. While at Pride, Dan helped create thousands of quality jobs and the company was named one of the best places to work in Pennsylvania. Pride Mobility employs hundreds of Pennsylvanians, and its products improve the quality of life for people around the world. Dan served as President of Pride USA for seven years.

    Dan is putting his experience and conservative values to work to make our economy stronger and our nation safer. He’s accessible and active in our community. Dan is a problem solver and he never forgets that he works for the hardworking families of Pennsylvania’s 9th District.

    Source: Campaign page

US House District 12

  • Fred Keller Fred Keller

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 12 since 2019
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    In Harrisburg, Fred consistently worked to pass timely and balanced budgets with no tax increases or general fund borrowing. As a firm believer in government that is open and accountable, Fred has built a record that is rooted in the values of his constituents.

    Prior to voting for increased transparency in State Government that required state agencies to post expenses online, Fred set the example by posting his personal and office expenses online.

    Source: Government page

  • Glenn Thompson Glenn Thompson

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 15 since 2009
    Affiliation: Republican
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    Prior to being elected to Pennsylvania’s geographically largest congressional district, GT spent 28 years as a therapist, rehabilitation services manager and a licensed nursing home administrator. Through his professional experiences, GT has touched the lives of thousands of individuals facing life-altering conditions. As a result, he has learned firsthand the importance of access to quality healthcare and has become a strong advocate for increased access, affordability, quality of care, and patient choice.

    GT has been the No. 1 speaker on the House Floor for the past five years. He views this as a responsibility to be a strong voice for the citizens of the Fifteenth District and an opportunity to influence the Washington legislative agenda.

    Source: Government page

  • Mike Doyle Mike Doyle

    Current Position: US Representative for PA District 18 since 1995
    Affiliation: Democrat
    Candidate: 2020 US Senator

    His top priorities include creating jobs and revitalizing communities in the 18th District through economic development and high-tech initiatives, reforming health care, providing better public education, and establishing a comprehensive national energy strategy to curb climate change and create green jobs.

    Congressman Doyle has been working aggressively on the Energy and Commerce Committee to address climate change through the development of new, more energy-efficient technology and alternative and renewable sources of energy. He has also been working hard on the Energy and Commerce Committee to restore Net Neutrality and promote the availability of reliable, affordable, high-speed broadband internet service for all Americans.

    Source: Government page

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