Here are the results from the 2022 general election, according to the latest summary data from the county.

We’ll keep this updated if changes are made in totals. With typos, suggestions, or corrections, please email [email protected].

For local and uncontested races, we have marked projected winners with italics. We have also marked projected winners that have been called by the Associated Press.

See results summary here (PDF).

See results precinct detail here (PDF).

Total Ballots Cast

  • Election Day – 45,883
  • Mail In/Absentee – 10,641
  • Total – 56,524

Turnout figures were not available as of publication time pending county release of the total number of registered voters. Party-specific figures were also unavailable as of publication time.

United States Senator

  • (Dem) John Fetterman – 19,484
  • (Rep) Mehmet Oz – 34,910
  • (Lib) Erik Gerhardt – 1,101
  • (Grn) Richard L. Weiss – 314
  • (Key) Daniel Wassmer – 345
  • Write-In – 97

Governor

  • (Dem) Josh Shapiro – 23,436
  • (Rep) Douglas V. Mastriano – 31,641
  • (Lib) Matt Hackenburg – 597
  • (Grn) Christina Digiulio – 253
  • (Key) Joe Soloski – 230
  • Write-In – 63

United States Representative, 9th District

  • (Dem) Amanda R. Waldman – 18,176
  • (Rep) Dan Meuser – 37,676
  • Write-In – 59

State Senator, 48th District

  • (Dem) Calvin Clements – 17,648
  • (Rep) Chris Gebhard – 38,107
  • Write-In – 74

State Representative, 101st District

  • (Dem) Catherine Miller – 8,483
  • (Rep) John Schlegel – 14,014
  • Write-In – 25

State Representative, 102nd District

  • (Dem) Laura Quick – 8,100
  • (Rep) Russ Diamond – 19,091

State Representative, 98th District

  • (Dem) Mark Temons – 2,130
  • (Rep) Tom Jones – 3,840
  • (Lib) Josh Gerber – 166
  • Write-In – 10

Watch for more coverage from LebTown as the county and state continue to process election results.


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