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Election Information

This guide is designed to help you be prepared to vote. Included is information about voter registration and sites where you can access credible sources about the candidates in order to make informed decisions in voting.

Candidates

In the Pennsylvania primary, you will be voting for who will represent your political party in the general election.

In the general election, Pennsylvanians will be voting for Governor & Lt. Governor, as well as U.S. Senate and possibly U.S. House Representatives and Pennsylvania's congress. Representative seats that are up for election, and candidates vary by your voting district.  To find out which districts  you are in, use https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/FindYourDistrict.aspx

https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/ElectionInfo/electioninfo.aspx provides you with all candidates who are running in the 2022 general and special elections. You can search by political party, municipality, office, district name, and county. You can also get to know the candidates by clicking on their name. 

State and local primary candidate information for Cumberland County can be found here.

Not from Pennsylvania? Find voting information for your state on https://www.vote411.org/

Political Parties

There are a number of political parties. Below are links for the more commonly know ones.

What are you voting for?

U.S. House of Representatives (2-year term) *

Pa District 10  
Scott Perry (incumbent) (R)

Shamaine Daniels (D)

PA District 9  
Dan Meuser (incumbent) (R) Amanda Waldman (D)
PA District 11  
Lloyd Smucker (incumbent) (R) Bob Hollister (D)
Pa District 13  
John Joyce (incumbent) (R)  

U.S. Senate (6-year term)

John Fetterman (D) Mehmet Oz (R)
Erik Gerhardt (L) Richard Weiss (Grn)

Governor

Douglas V. Mastriano (D)

Josh Shapiro (D)

Matt Hackenburg (L) Christina DiGiulio (Grn)

Lt. Governor

Carrie DelRosso (R) Austin Davis (D)
Michael Bagdes-Canning (Grn) Timothy McMaster (L)

State Senate (4-year term)

State House of Representatives (2-year term)

*Information on other U.S. House district or State Congressional elections can be found on Ballotopedia or  Vote411.org

There are also elected officials at the County level, Township & Borough level, and School District board members. Information on these positions can be found on your local county's website.