Special Election to be held on April 2, 2019 to fill the 37th State Senate seat.
Due to the election of State Senator Guy Reschenthaler to the 14th Congressional Distict, his Senate seat has remained open. The special election to fill that seat will be April 2nd. The AFA of PA has done a comparison of the two candidates and created a document with a side by side comparison which also includes who endorses or supporters them.
Senate District 37 includes the following: municipalities in Allegheny County – Aleppo, Bell Acres, Bellevue, Ben Avon, Ben Avon Heights, Bethel Park, Bridgeville, Crescent, Collier, Edgeworth, Emsworth, Findley Twp., Glen Osborne, Glenfield Boro, Jefferson Hills, Kilbuck, Leet Twp., Leetsdale Boro, McDonald (Allegheny Co. portion), Moon Twp., Mt. Lebanon, North Fayette, Oakdale, Ohio Twp., Pennsbury Village, Pleasant Hills, Robinson Twp., Rosslyn Farms, Sewickley, Sewickley Heights, Sewickley Hills, South Fayette, South Park, Thornburg, Upper St. Clair, Whitehall. In Washington County Peters and Union Townships are in Senate District 37.
If you are a registered voter in any of the above municipalities, please vote on April 2nd. Click here to find your polling place. Here’s the Voter Guide for the 37th Senate District April 2nd Special Election.
Now get out and vote!
General Election Day is
November 6, 2018
The AFA of PA has created non-partisan voter guides for US Senate, US Congress, Governor and Lieutenant Governor races. We have combined the US Senate and Congressional voter guides into one document and the Governor/Lieutenant Governor voter guides into another document.
These can be printed off back-to-back to create the master for a bulletin insert and, since there is no endorsement of a candidate, are completely legal for churches to use. Consider approaching your pastor about using this tool to help inform voters as they go to the polls on May 15th.
Each candidate was approached, if contact information could be found. We heard back from just a handful and provided the link to their responses. We did research on all the others. Click on each race to find where the candidates stand on issues.
US Congress and US Senate
Here’s the direct link to the state document that gives more detail about the new congressional districts.