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Northsiders, here’s what you need to know for the 2020 Primary Election.

By NSC Staff

IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES:

Register to vote by May 18.
Apply for an absentee or mail-in ballot by May 26.
Submit your absentee or mail-in ballot by June 2.
Find your nearest polling place here.

Notable races for the Northside this year are, from left: Jake Wheatley Jr. (D) (Incumbent) against Aerion Abney (D) for Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 19, and Adam Ravenstahl (D) (Incumbent) against Emily Kinkead (D) for Pennsylvania House of Representatives District 20.


WHO’S RUNNING IN PENNSYLVANIA:

Sample ballots are now available on the Allegheny County website.

U.S. CONGRESS:

CANDIDATES FOR U.S. HOUSE PENNSYLVANIA DISTRICT 18

Michael Doyle (D) (Incumbent)
Jerry Dickinson (D)
Luke Negron (R)

STATEWIDE OFFICES:

CANDIDATES FOR PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL

Josh Shapiro (D) (Incumbent)
Heather Heidelbaugh (R)

CANDIDATES FOR PENNSYLVANIA AUDITOR GENERAL

H. Scott Conklin (D)
Michael Lamb (D)
Tracie Fountain (D)
Rose Rosie Marie Davis (D)
Nina Ahmad (D)
Christina M. Hartman (D)
Timothy DeFoor (R)

CANDIDATES FOR PENNSYLVANIA TREASURER

Joseph Torsella (D) (Incumbent)
Stacy L. Garrity (R)

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 19:

CANDIDATES FOR PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 19

Jake Wheatley Jr. (D) (Incumbent)
Aerion Abney (D)

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 20:

CANDIDATES FOR PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 20

Adam Ravenstahl (D) (Incumbent)
Emily Kinkead (D)

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