New York Times: Results From the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Primary Election

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The polls have closed in Pennsylvania, so how did candidates in PA fare? The New York Times reports the Pennsylvania results.

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, originally from West Reading, secures the Democratic primary, by 59%, (52% in Montgomery County), according to The Associated Press.

U.S. Representative Conor Lamb (26%) and State Representative Malcolm Kenyatta (10%) ran against Fetterman.

As of right now (May 18, 10:50am), the Times has reported the Republican race is very close at approximately 31% between Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick.

Kathy Barnette, is at 24%. Four other candidates including Sean Gale, George Bochetto, Carla Sands, and Jeff Bartos also ran.

The Republican race has not been called yet.

In the race for PA Governor, Democrats voted for Abington’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro who ran unopposed and won, and Sen. Doug Mastriano was elected by Republicans.

For Lieutenant Governor, Allegheny County’s Austin Davis won against candidates Brian Sims and Ray Sosa, in the Democratic primary. In the Republican primary, Carrie Lewis DelRosso wins against 8 other candidates.

Read more on the full list of Pennsylvania election results at The New York Times.