FOX43 Capitol Beat – Previewing Pennsylvania Midterm Primaries

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Voter turnout is expected to be larger than normal for Tuesday's midterm primary election in Pennsylvania. There are three statewide elections -- Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and U.S. Senate -- plus every new Congressional district and a number of local state House and state Senate seats will be up for grabs.

Dr. Kyle Kopko, a political science professor at Elizabethtown College, was a guest on FOX43's Capitol Beat to preview what to expect out of Pennsylvania's major races.

Governor Republican
Laura Ellsworth
Paul Mango
Scott Wagner


Lt. Governor Democrat
Ray Sosa
Kathi Cozzone
Nina Ahmad
John Fetterman
Mike Stack


Lt. Governor Republican
Jeff Bartos
Kathy Coder
Diana Irey Vaughan
Peg Luksik


U.S. Senate Republican
Lou Barletta
Jim Christiana


9th Congressional District Democrat
Laura Quick
Dennis Wolff
Gary Wegman


9th Congressional District Republican
Daniel Meuser
Scott Uehlinger
George Halcovage


10th Congressional District Democrat
Alan Howe
Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson
Eric Ding
George Scott


11th Congressional District Republican
Lloyd Smucker
Chester Beiler


12th Congressional District Democrat
Marc Friedenberg
Judith Herschel


12th Congressional District Republican
Douglas MClinko
Thomas Marino


13th Congressional District Republican
Ben Hornberger
Stephen Bloom
Doug Mastriano
Arthur Halvorson
Travis Schooley
John Joyce
John Eichelberger Jr.
Bernie Washabaugh II


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