Here is a list of contested races that will appear on Primary ballots in Pennsylvania on May 18.
HARRISBURG -- Deciding whether to change the Constitution to limit the governor’s emergency powers will be the most controversial statewide question settled in Tuesday’s primary election.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Beyond a slew of local races on ballots, Pennsylvania's primary election on Tuesday will determine the future of a governor's authority during disaster declarations and a Republican nominee aiming to keep a state Supreme Court seat in GOP hands.
Edward Nelson has been unopposed in the last three mayoral races in Milton, but if he wants to maintain a post he has held since 1995, the longtime Milton mayor will have to win twice this year.
COAL TOWNSHIP — More poll workers are needed in Northumberland County for the primary election on May 18, according to county Board of Elections Chief Registrar Nathan Savidge.
Two candidates will vie for a decade-long term as a Common Courts Plea judge in the 17th Judicial District serving Union and Snyder counties in the May 18 primary.
Five candidates will vie for a chance to serve in one of four, four year terms on the Selinsgrove Borough council and two candidates will face off for the one, two-year term.
Gov. Tom Wolf isn’t running for re-election, but voters will have an opportunity to chime in on his job performance in the May 18 primary, nonetheless.
Candidates for Lewisburg and Milton school boards answered, among others, questions during an online forum Thursday about their motivations for seeking office, filling the education gap caused by the pandemic, what their top priorities are and how to respond to potential gun violence.
SELINSGROVE — A trio of state representatives, including David Rowe (R-85) toured Valley businesses on Thursday to hear ongoing concerns about the impact of Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 mitigation measures while also offering some information regarding two constitutional amendments regarding dis…
Voters in Shamokin will have a chance to vote in the primary election on May 18 to elect a seven-member panel that can rewrite the city’s charter.
SUNBURY — An incumbent and challenger will face off on the Republican ballot for the May 18 primary election race for prothonotary.
MANDATA — One incumbent and one newcomer are running for the same Region III seat in the May 18 primary election race for the Line Mountain School Board