Ballot for Fayette County

U.S. President/U.S. Vice President

Hillary Clinton
Tim Kaine
Democratic Party

Donald J. Trump
Michael R. Pence
Republican Party

Gary Johnson
Bill Weld
Libertarian Party

Jill Stein
Ajamu Baraka
Green Party

Darrell Castle
Scott Bradley
Constitution Party

U.S. Senator (Pennsylvania)

Edward T Clifford III
Libertarian Party

Katie McGinty
Democratic Party

Pat Toomey
Republican Party

U.S. Representative (Pennsylvania’s 9th congressional district)

Member of the lower body of the United States Congress, which has the power to write and pass federal legislation.

Art Halvorson
Democratic Party

Bill Shuster
Republican Party

PA Auditor General


John Brown
Republican Party

Eugene A Depasquale
Democratic Party

Roy A Minet
Libertarian Party

John J Sweeney
Green Party

PA Attorney General


John Rafferty
Republican Party

Josh Shapiro
Democratic Party

PA State Treasurer


James Babb
Libertarian Party

Kristin Combs
Green Party

Joe Torsella
Democratic Party

Otto Voit
Republican Party

PA State Representative (Pennsylvania State House district 49)

Member of the lower body of the state’s legislative branch, which has the power to write and pass state laws

Alan Benyak
Democratic Party

Bud Cook
Republican Party

PA State Representative (Pennsylvania State House district 50)

Member of the lower body of the state’s legislative branch, which has the power to write and pass state laws

Betsy Rohanna Mcclure
Republican Party

Pam Snyder
Democratic Party

PA State Representative (Pennsylvania State House district 51)

Member of the lower body of the state’s legislative branch, which has the power to write and pass state laws

Matthew Dowling
Republican Party

Tim Mahoney
Democratic Party

PA State Representative (Pennsylvania State House district 52)

Member of the lower body of the state’s legislative branch, which has the power to write and pass state laws

James M Mari
Democratic Party

Ryan Warner
Republican Party

Referenda

Amendment 1 · Requires PA judges retire at age 75

Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to require that justices of the Supreme Court, judges, and magisterial district judges be retired on the last day of the calendar year in which they attain the age of 75 years?

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