Winners declared in 2024 Pennsylvania Primary Election

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump both won their party’s respective primaries while incumbent Summer Lee defeated Bhavini Patel in the Democratic 12th Congressional District primary race.


Channel 11 has team coverage monitoring the latest updates as they come in.


UPDATE 11:25 p.m.:

Of the 1,327 precincts in Allegheny County, 1,323 precincts have reported. That is 99.77% of precincts reporting. Four precincts are outstanding and will not be reported on Tuesday night. Those four precincts are:

  • Pittsburgh 4-4
  • Wilkins 1-1
  • Ross 5-3
  • Wilkinsburg 3-3

The results will from the outstanding precincts will be updated once the Return Board convenes on Friday morning. This is the final update of the evening from the Allegheny County Elections Division.

UPDATE 11:15 p.m.:

Bhavini Patel posted the following statement after the race was called in Summer Lee’s favor.

UPDATE 9:51 p.m.:

Eugene DePasquale declared victory in the Democratic primary race for Attorney General. He will face Republican Dave Sunday in the general election.

UPDATE 9:25 p.m.:

Incumbent Summer Lee defeats Bhavini Patel in the primary race for Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District Democratic candidate, the Associated Press projects.

UPDATE 8:10 p.m.:

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump both secured wins in Pennsylvania’s primary election.

UPDATE 8 p.m.:

The polls have closed.

UPDATE 5:45 p.m.:

As of 5:35 PM, 94,756 mail-in ballots have been scanned. Results will be posted online shortly after 8 p.m.

The remaining ballots that were returned to the County Office Building and any remaining ballots received by the postal service will be scanned in tonight and added to tallies posted online

UPDATE 4 p.m.

Allegheny County election officials say all mail-in ballots returned prior to Tuesday, which amount to just under 90,000, have been scanned. Officials are now working to scan the approximately 5,000 ballots returned on Tuesday.

Officials say there will be one more drop off of mail-in ballots and any ballots returned to the County Office Building on Tuesday will be transported to the warehouse after 8 p.m.

UPDATE 2 p.m.

Elections officials say the majority of County workers who were pre-canvassing mail-in ballots have completed their work and have been released for the day from the Allegheny County Elections Warehouse.

They say as of 1:40 pm, more than 47,000 ballots were scanned, which is more than half of the vote-by-mail ballots that were returned prior to today.

UPDATE 1 p.m.

At the Allegheny County Elections Warehouse, ballots continue to be extracted from secrecy envelopes, officials say. Scanning of the ballots began at noon.

UPDATE 10:05 a.m.

The issue at the McKees Rocks Borough Building has been resolved and the polling place is now open, Allegheny County officials said.

At the Allegheny County election warehouse, staff is pre-canvassing vote by mail ballots. Declaration envelopes have been checked and open, all of the secrecy envelopes have been extracted from declaration envelopes. Ballot extraction has begun.

UPDATE 9:35 a.m.

Allegheny County officials said the issue in McKees Rocks is in the process of being corrected.

No other incidents of delays in polling places have been reported.

UPDATE 8:30 a.m.

McKees Rocks officials took to Facebook to clear up confusion regarding voting at the Borough Building.

Officials said the Borough Building is a voting location, but the voting machine was mistakenly removed and taken to a different location.

“We are currently working with the County Election Dept to bring the voting machine and poll workers back so residents can vote! We apologize for the inconvenience,” officials said in the post.

UPDATE 7:20 a.m.

Polls have at 1,327 precincts inn Allegheny County.

County officials said 62 polling places have changed since the last election in November. All affected households received a notification in the mail last week about their new polling place.

Posters are placed all previous polling places with addresses to direct people to the new location.

Check for your polling place here.

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