Pennsylvania2018 General Election Results
Democratic Governor Tom Wolf easily won re-election to a second a term in office by defeating Republican challenger Scott Wagner by a 58-41 margin. Pennsylvania will have a new lieutenant governor, the current Mayor of Braddock, John Fetterman.
United States Senate
Incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Casey won a third term in the United States Senate by beating Republican Congressman Lou Barletta by a 56-43 margin.
United States Congress
Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives. In Pennsylvania, five Congressional seats flipped party control from Republican to Democrat. Below is a breakdown of the Commonwealth’s 18 Congressional races:
Republicans will retain control of the Pennsylvania Senate, but Democrats gained 5 seats, mostly in southeastern Pennsylvania. The Senate majority now stands at
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Democrats picked up thirteen seats in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, closing the Republican majority to a 108-95 margin. Notably, ten Republican incumbents were defeated by Democrat challengers.
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