Pennsylvania – Check here for the full results for Pennsylvania midterm elections.

2018 is a midterm election year. That means it takes place two years after the last presidential election (2016). Mid-term elections are significant because about one-third of all U.S. Senators (who serve six-year terms) are up for re-election and every member of the U.S. House of Representatives (who serve two-year terms) is up for re-election.

Ongoing results:

Pennsylvania ballot results

Clearfield County results

Jefferson County results

Elk County results (click on unofficial media report)

All results are pending official and final tabulation.

 

Statewide – 99.32 percent of precincts counted – last calculated at 5 a.m. Wednesday

  • Governor
    • Wolf / Fetterman (D) – 57.66%
    • Wagner / Bartos (R) – 40.81%
  • State Senator
    • Bob Casey Jr. (D) – 55.61%
    • Lou Barletta (R) – 42.75%

 

 

Clearfield County – 100 percent of precincts counted

  • Governor
    • Wolf / Fetterman (D) – 34.11%
    • Wagner / Bartos (R) – 64.30%
  • State Senator
    • Bob Casey Jr. (D) – 35.32%
    • Lou Barletta (R) – 63.08%
  • Congress 15th District
    • Susan Boser (D) – 27.07%
    • Glenn GT Thompson (R) – 72.85%
  • Representative 75th District
    • Matt Gabler (unopposed) – 98.68%
  • Representative 73rd District
    • Tommy Sankey (unopposed) – 98.84%

 

Jefferson County – 100 percent of precincts counted

  • Governor
    • Wolf / Fetterman (D) – 27.29%
    • Wagner / Bartos (R) – 71.02%
  • State Senator
    • Bob Casey Jr. (D) – 28.37%
    • Lou Barletta (R) – 69.88%
  • Congress 15th District
    • Susan Boser (D) – 21.39%
    • Glenn GT Thompson (R) – 78.54%
  • Congress 66th District
    • Kerith Strano Taylor (D) – 20.35%
    • Cris Dush (R) – 79.53%

 

Elk County – 100 percent of precincts counted

  • Governor
    • Wolf / Fetterman (D) – 36.82%
    • Wagner / Bartos (R) – 61.57%
  • State Senator
    • Bob Casey Jr. (D) – 39.60%
    • Lou Barletta (R) – 58.87%
  • Congress 15th District
    • Susan Boser (D) – 31.55%
    • Glenn GT Thompson (R) – 68.41%
  • Representative 75th District
    • Matt Gabler (unopposed) – 98.00%

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Throughout the state:

Governor: The biggest question on the ballot is whether current PA Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, will keep his position or lose it to Republican Scott Wagner.

Lieutenant Governor: The choices for Lieutenant Governor are Republican Jeff Bartos or Democrat John Fetterman.

US Pennsylvania Senator: Another eagerly awaited race is between incumbent Democrat Bob Casey Jr. and Republican Lou Barletta.

 

Locally:

US House of Representatives for District 15:  Republican Glenn GT Thompson is running against Democrat Susan Boser.

Pennsylvania House of Representatives for District 75:  Republican Matt Gabler runs unopposed while he is serving in the Army National Guard in the Middle East.

Pennsylvania House of Representatives for District 66:  Incumbent Republican Cris Dush runs against Democrat Kerith Strano Taylor.