The fall general election in Pennsylvania is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Following are the confirmed candidates on the Republican (R) and Democratic (D) tickets. Where applicable, additional candidates are listed.
State House, 104th District. Incumbent Sue Helm (R) faces Patty Smith (D). The district includes many northern Dauphin County municipalities.
State House, 107th District. Incumbent Kurt Masser (R) faces Ryan Bourinski (Libertarian). The district includes portions of lower Northumberland County.
State Senate, 15th District. Incumbent John DiSanto (R) faces George Scott (D). The district includes all of northern Dauphin County.
State Senate, 27th District. Incumbent John Gordner (R) faces Michelle Siegel (D). The district includes all of lower Northumberland County. U.S. Congressman, 9th District. Incumbent Dan Meuser (R) faces Gary Wegman (D). The district includes the western Schuylkill County portion of the Sentinel area.
U.S. Congressman, 10th District. Incumbent Scott Perry (R) faces Eugene DePasquale (D). The district includes all of northern Dauphin County. U.S.
Congressman, 12th District. Incumbent Fred Keller (R) faces Lee Griffin (D) and Elizabeth Terwilliger (Libertarian). The district includes all of lower Northumberland County.
U.S. President. Incumbent Donald Trump (R) faces Joseph Biden (D); Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian); and Howie Hawkins (Green).
State Auditor General. Timothy DeFoor (R) faces Nina Ahmad (D); Jennifer Moore (L); and Olivia Faison (Green).
State Attorney General. Incumbent Josh Shapiro (D) faces Heather Heidelbaugh (R); Daniel Wassmer (L); and Richard Weiss (Green).
State Treasurer. Incumbent Joe Torsella (D) faces Stacy Garrity (R); Joseph Soloski (L); and Timothy Runkel (Green).
State House, 108th District. Lynda Schlegel-Culver (R)
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