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2012 Election: Who Is On Tuesday's Ballot in the Primary Election?

See who's running on the Democratic and Republican slates for national and statewide posts on Tuesday. Voters also have decisions to make in the Critz-Altmire race for Congress. Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Turzai is running unopposed.

Pennsylvanians will be going to the polls during the primary election Tuesday to choose who will be on the ballot this fall for the U.S. presidency, U.S. Senate and a number of statewide offices.

Here are your choices, in ballot order:

U.S. PRESIDENT: 

Republican:

  • Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Speaker of the House and congressman from Georgia's 6th District
  • Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor who
  • Ron Paul, the congressman from Texas' 14th District who grew up in Green Tree and attended Dormont High School

Democrat:

  • Barack Obama, incumbent U.S. president and former U.S. senator from Illinois

 U.S. SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA:

Republican:

Democrat:

  • Joseph Vodvarka, Robinson Township, Allegheny County ()
  • Bob Casey, the incumbent U.S. senator from Scranton, Lackawanna County

 STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL:

Republican:

Democrat:

 STATE AUDITOR GENERAL:

Republican:

Democrat:

 STATE TREASURER:

Republican:

Democrat:

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS

Newly Formed Congressional District 12

Republican: 

Democrat: 

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN PENNSYLVANIA GENERAL ASSEMLY

28th Legislative District

Republican:

  • Mike Turzai, incumbent, Bradford Woods, Allegheny County. Running unopposed.

 

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