The congressional seat in PA’s 18th District has been vacant since October 2017 when Tim Murphy resigned. Voters will determine who finishes out his term on March 13th. Turnout by educated voters is crucial in this race. The AFA of PA has contacted the candidates and created a voter guide asking crucial questions dealing with abortion, special rights for homosexuals and transgenders, First Amendment rights of pastors, etc. Don’t live in the 18th Congressional District? Feel free to share with someone you know who does.
General Election is next Tuesday, November 3rd. How important is this election? Well, we’ll be voting for three PA Supreme Court judges, one Superior Court judge and one Commonwealth Court judge as well as many county-wide and school board races. Additionally, voters in the 37th Senate District, covering parts of Allegheny County and Peters Township in Washington County, will be voting in a special election.
Special Election for the 161st Legislative District coming up on August 4th! This opening was created when Representative Joe Hackett announced his resignation the first part of April with plans to return to law enforcement. If you happen not to be in this district, please share this info with someone who is!
Special Election for the 87th Legislative District coming up on August 4th! This opening was created when Representative Glen Grell turned in his letter of resignation the end of April announcing he would become executive director of the Public School Employees’ Retirement System. If you happen not to be in this district, please share this info with someone who is!