Primary Election Will be Held on May 21, 2019
Allegheny County Council:
Only two Allegheny County Council candidates responded to the AFA of PA questionnaire:
Cindy Kirk’s Responses are here
Sue Means Responses are here
Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas candidate Mary McGinley has been endorsed by pro-homosexual Steel City Stonewall Democrats.
Venango County School Boards
Only three candidates from all the school districts that impact Venango County students responded to our questionnaire:
Franklin Area School District candidate Andy Boland’s Responses are here
Franklin Area School District candidate Don Judy’s Responses are here
Oil City Area School District candidate Stephen Kelley’s Responses are here
Click here for our non-partisan voter guide for the Superior Court.
12th Congressional District
The new 12th Congressional District covers all of Susquehanna, Wyoming, Sullivan, Bradford, Clinton, Juniata, Lycoming, Mifflin, Perry, Potter, Snyder, Tioga and Union counties; and parts of Centre and Northumberland counties. If you live in Centre or Northumberland county and aren’t sure if you live in the new 12th Congressional District, click here and enter your address to find out.
Click here for our non-partisan 12th Congressional District Voter Guide.
Senate District 33 candidates are Sarah Hammond (D) and Douglas Mastriano (R ). Hammond is endorsed by pro-homosexual Equality PA, Pennsylvania AFL-CIO and Pennsylvania Conference of Teamsters. She supports the legalization and taxation of recreational marijuana and a severance tax on natural gas Mastriano is endorsed by the PA Chamber PAC. He says his top priority will be to tackle high property taxes; other priorities are defending life, protecting the 2nd Amendment, school choice and rolling back government regulations.
The 33rd Senate District covers Adams, Cumberland (part), Franklin (part)and York (part) Counties.
Senate District 41 candidates are Susan Boser (D) and Joe Pittman (R ). Boser is endorsed by anti-Trump Indivisible 435, National Association of Social Workers; Pennsylvania AFL-CIO; Pennsylvania Conference of Teamsters. Her website doesn’t say a lot, but it does note: “I am deeply committed to PROGRESS FOR ALL.” Well, we probably know what that means! Pittman is endorsed by PA Chamber PAC (PA Chamber of Business and Industry); Pennsylvania Coal Alliance; Boilermakers Union Local Lodge 154. His website doesn’t say much either! However, he was the chief of staff for State Senator Don White the entire time White was in the State Senate. Pittman told the Indiana Gazette, “My major priority will be helping to ensure the responsible growth and production of our state’s God-given natural gas and coal resources.”
The 41st Senate District covers Armstrong, Butler (part), Indiana and Westmoreland (part) counties.
State House District 11 candidates are Samuel Doctor (D) and Marci Mustello (R ). Doctor is endorsed by United Auto Workers. He supports legalizing and taxing recreational marijuana and will fight against all attempts to pass “right to work” legislation and paycheck “protection” legislation. He also says he will fight against gun control measures and will work to allow Sunday hunting. Mustello is endorsed by PA Chamber PAC. According to her website: Marci is pro-life and believes in protecting the sanctity of life.; Marci fully supports our 2nd Amendment rights. She is not in favor of instituting a gun registry.; Marci supports reforming our property tax system to help ensure that older Pennsylvanians can afford to stay in their homes.”
The 11th House District covers part of Butler County.
Check out some warnings on other races here