PITTSBURGH — It won’t be an ordinary Election Day on Nov. 3, with the coronavirus pandemic continuing to affect everyday life across the country.
However, citizens are still going to vote for president of the U.S. -- whether that is in-person or by mail-in ballot. Not only is it a presidential election, but there will be several local races on Pa. ballots.
We’ve compiled a list of candidates and races that will be decided in our area. Here’s what you will see on local ballots (click on the candidate’s name to visit their campaign website):
(NOTE: Not every ballot will look the same. Who you see is based off where you live and are registered.)
Independent Citizen Police Review Board Charter Amendment
If you live in the City of Pittsburgh, you will see this amendment on your ballot. If approved by voting “yes,” it would require police officers to cooperate with investigations conducted by the Independent Citizen Police Review Board.
A simple majority requirement is required for the approval of the amendment.
Pa. District 15
Pa. District 16
Pa. District 17
Pa. District 18
- Joshua Kail (R) - Incumbent
- Robert Williams (D)
- Brandon Markosek (D) - Incumbent
- John Ritter (R)
- Timothy O’Neal (R) - Incumbent
- Harlan Shober (D)
- Bud Cook (R) - Incumbent
- Randy Barli (D)
- Eric Davanzo (R) - Incumbent
- Robert Prah Jr. (D)
- Scott Hutchinson (R) - Incumbent
- Shelbie Stromyer (D)
- Elder Vogel (R) - Incumbent
- Stephen Krizan III (D)
Pennsylvania Auditor General
Attorney General of Pennsylvania
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