November 6, 2018
In Pennsylvania, the governor's mansion, one U.S. Senate seat, 18 U.S. House seats, 25 State Senate seats and 203 State House seats are up for re-election today.
Many of these seats are considered competitive. The congressional districts of Pennsylvania were redrawn earlier this year after a court ruled the previous boundaries unconstitutional. The new districts provide Democrats with multiple opportunities to gain House seats.
Gov. Tom Wolf (D-PA) is up for re-election today. A candidate needs a plurality of the vote to win. Results are shown below as they update.
Sen. Bob Casey's (D-PA) senate seat is up for election today. A candidate needs a plurality of the vote to win. Results will be updated below.
All 18 of Pennsylvania's congressional seats are up for election today.
Half of the State Senate seats are up for election today. A party needs 25 seats for a majority. Republicans hold a 16-9 advantage over Democrats in seats that are not up for election.
State House of Representatives
All State House seats are up for election today. A party needs 102 seats for a majority.