County of Fayette
2018 General Election (November 6, 2018)
This is an official notice of a General Election to be conducted on 11/6/2018 in Fayette County. You may
register to vote and request an official absentee ballot by using the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA),
available at http://www.votespa.com or http://www.fvap.gov. You may apply for an absentee ballot by submitting
your FPCA by fax to (724) 430 – 4948, or by email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may request an absentee ballot from this office at any time prior to a primary or election. However,
if time does not permit you to receive and return an official absentee ballot, you are also entitled to vote
using the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB). Military electors may also use the FWAB to register
to vote and vote simultaneously.
You may use the FWAB to vote for a candidate for U.S. Senate and U.S. Representative (Representative
in Congress) as well as candidates for all state and local offices, and ballot initiatives.
To vote, refer to page 3 of the FWAB.
To vote for U.S. Senate and U.S. Representative (Representative in Congress), write in the name of the
candidate of your choice in the space provided on the FWAB.
To vote for state and local offices or for ballot initiatives, write the names of candidates or ballot
initiatives in the Addendum section of the FWAB. Under the Office/Ballot Initiative heading, enter the
office the candidate is running for or the title of the Ballot Initiative (referendum). Under the Candidate
Name, Party Affiliation or Initiative Vote heading, list the name of the candidate you wish to vote for,
or if you are voting on a Referendum questions write “yes” or “no.”
U.S. SENATOR – Vote for One– All Precincts within Fayette County
Democratic – Bob Casey, Jr.
Republican – Lou Barletta
Green – Neal Taylor Gale
Libertarian – Dale R. Kerns, Jr.
GOVERNOR / LT. GOVERNOR — Vote for One– All Precincts within Fayette County
Democratic – Tom Wolf/John Fetterman
Republican – Scott R. Wagner/Jeff Bartos
Green – Paul Glover/Jocolyn Bowser-Bostick
Libertarian – Ken V. Krawchuk/Kathleen S. Smith
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS –14th Congressional District — Vote for One —
All Precincts within Fayette County
Democratic – Bibiana Boerio
Republican – Guy Reschenthaler
SENATOR IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY – 32nd Senatorial District –Vote for One—All Precincts within
Democratic – Pam Gerard
Republican – Pat Stefano
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY –49th Legislative District – Vote for One–
Belle Vernon Borough, Fayette City Borough, Franklin Township, Jefferson Township, Newell Borough, Washington Township.
Democratic – Steven M. Toprani
Republican – Bud Cook
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY– 50th Legislative District – Vote for One
Brownsville Borough, Brownsville Township, Luzerne Township, Masontown Borough, Redstone Township.
Democratic – Pam Synder
Republican – Betsy Rohanna McClure
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY– 51st Legislative District – Vote for One
Fairchance Borough, Georges Township, German Township, Henry Clay Township, MarkleysburgBorough, Nicholson Township, Ohiopyle Borough, Point Marion Borough, Smithfield Borough, South Union Township, Springfield Township, Springhill Township, Stewart Township, Uniontown City, Wharton Township.
Democratic – Tim Mahoney
Republican – Matthew Dowling
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY– 52nd Legislative District – Vote for One
Bullskin Township, Connellsville City, Connellsville Township, Dawson Borough, Dunbar Borough, Dunbar Township, Everson Borough, Lower Tyrone Township, Menallen Township, North Union Township, Perry Township, Perryopolis Borough, Saltlick Township, South Connellsville Borough, Upper Tyrone Township, Vanderbilt Borough.
Democratic – Ethan Keedy
Republican – Ryan Warner