Vote 2012: Don't Forget About Other High-Level Races
See who's running on the Democratic and Republican slates on Tuesday for national and statewide posts.
Pennsylvanians will be going to the polls from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the April 24 primary election to choose who will be on the ballot this fall for the U.S. presidency, U.S. Senate and a number of other statewide offices.
Below are your choices, in ballot order.
Of course, if you're looking for guidance in the local elections, click here for Baldwin-Whitehall Patch coverage.
- Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Speaker of the House and congressman from Georgia's 6th District
- Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor who visited Bethel Park this past week.
- Ron Paul, the congressman from Texas' 14th District who grew up in Green Tree and attended Dormont High School.
- Barack Obama, incumbent U.S. president and former U.S. senator from Illinois
U.S. SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA:
- David Christian, Bucks County
- Marc Scaringi, Cumberland County
- Steven Welch, Chester County
- Tom Smith, Armstrong County
- Sam Rohrer, Berks County
- Joseph Vodvarka, Robinson Township, Allegheny County (See Patch story here.)
- Bob Casey, the incumbent U.S. senator from Lackawanna County
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL:
- David Freed, Cumberland County
STATE AUDITOR GENERAL:
- Frank Pinto, Dauphin County
- John Maher, Upper St. Clair Township, Allegheny County (See Patch story here.)
- Eugene DePasquale, York County
- Diana Irey Vaughan, Nottingham Township, Washington County commissioner
- Robert McCord, incumbent state treasurer, Montgomery County
Is there a particular race listed here that you're heavily interested in? Who has your vote in that race? Tell us in the comments section.
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