Election officials encouraging people to get out and vote

Saul Bowman
May 15, 2018

In Nueces County, only three races will be on the ballots: two in the Democratic primary and one in the Republican Primary.

The Delaware County Democrats were unable to agree on an endorsement, but Ms. Scanlon received a plurality of votes, followed by Ms. Lunkenheimer.

Democrats are hopeful that a solid wave election could help obscure any candidate flaws in a district that Hillary Clinton narrowly won and President Obama carried twice. The exhausted arguments of establishment Democrats that "we have to vote for someone who can win" don't fly because the 2nd CD and 6th CD have been gerrymandered blue.

There is a change-up, though, in the congressional races where new district boundary lines have been drawn as a result of a court ruling.

Beginning Monday, San Antonians can vote from one of 38 polling locations throughout Bexar County from 8 a.m.to 8 p.m. through Friday.

In the Allentown area's new 7th District, six Democrats are competing for the nomination in a seat being vacated by seven-term Rep. Charlie Dent.

Pennsylvania's congressional delegation now consists of 13 Republicans and five Democrats, a split that reflects the old district lines, which the state supreme court ruled violated the state's constitution. Republicans hold 13 of Pennsylvania's 18 congressional seats.

A complete list of all the candidates running for election can be seen here.

State Sen. Scott Wagner, Paul Mango and Laura Ellsworth are running for the Republican nomination for Pennsylvania governor.

Spending in the hotly contested gubernatorial primary has passed $20 million and is Tuesday's marquee race.

The primaries will set the stage for the general election this fall, when Democrats will be vying to pick up several House seats.

The primary elections for Nueces County voters are not over.

Eastman, 46, is arguing that Democrats have lost by not offering voters a distinct choice and is campaigning on devoutly Democratic themes such as single-payer government-run health insurance, gun control and reducing climate change. A total of 463 candidates filed for the 125 House and Senate legislative seats up for election in November; after candidate withdrawals and challenges, there will be 442 names on the ballot this year. The victor of today's primary will face incumbent U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly, who is unopposed for the Republican nomination. The Republican got a late boost from Trump, who called him a "very special guy" in the robo-call.

The June 5, 2018, Statewide Direct Primary is only weeks away, and California Secretary of State Alex Padilla is urging citizens to register to vote.

You can look at your new district here and you can figure out where to go vote by entering your address here.

What should I do if they say I'm not registered, but I know I am?

Green said instead of getting the cards by mail, they must be picked up in person.

In the Seventh District, Democrat Karen Hardy will again challenge Republican Shelly Short.

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