Wagner, Fetterman, Reschenthaler win as political challengers surge

State Sen. Scott Wagner wins GOP primary for governor

UPDATE 10:56 P.M.: Byron Timmins wins the Democratic nomination in the race for Pa. House District 46, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:52 P.M.: Summer Lee will represent the Democrats in the race for Pa. House District 34, according to the Associated Press.

Content Continues Below

UPDATE 10:52 P.M.: Anthony DeLuca will represent the Democrats in the race for Pa. House District 32, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:51 P.M.: Ed Gainey will represent the Democrats in the race for Pa. House District 24, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:50 P.M.: Adam Ravenstahl wins the Democratic nomination for Pa. House District 20, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:42 P.M.: Jeremy Shaffer wins the Republican nomination for Pa. Senate District 38, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:41 P.M.: The Associated Press reports Lindsey Williams has won the Democratic nomination for Pa. Senate District 38.

UPDATE 10:38 P.M.: Bibiana Boerio wins the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Congressional 14th District, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:36 P.M.: Rick Saccone has conceded the GOP nomination in the U.S. Congressional 14th District to Guy Reschenthaler.

UPDATE 10:20 P.M.: Jeff Bartos wins Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, according to the Associated Press.

UPDATE 10:17 P.M.: Braddock Mayor John Fetterman wins Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, the Associated Press says.

UPDATE 10:04 P.M.: The Associated Press has declared Ron DiNicola winner of the Democratic primary for U.S. Congressional District 16.

UPDATE 10:01 P.M.: The Associated Press has declared Scott Wagner winner of the Republican primary for Pennsylvania governor.

UPDATE 9:59 P.M.: The Associated Press has declared Susan Boser winner of the Democratic primary for U.S. Congressional District 15.

UPDATE 9:45 P.M.: The Associated Press has declared U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta winner of the Republican primary for U.S. senator.

UPDATE 9:40 P.M.: Laura Ellsworth has conceded the Republican primary for Pennsylvania governor.

UPDATE 9:09 P.M.: The Associated Press has called the Democratic primary for the new 18th Congressional District for Rep. Mike Doyle.

Doyle is the senior member of Pennsylvania's congressional delegation, first being elected to the 18th District in 1994. He kept his seat after redistricting moved him to the 14th District in 2002.

The new electoral map created this spring put him back in the 18th District.

UPDATE 8 p.m.: Polls are now closed. Scroll down to see what you need to know as results start to come in.

UPDATE 5:30 p.m. 

UPDATE 7 A.M.: Polls are now open. Scroll down for what you need to know before heading out to vote.

Voters will be heading to the polls on Tuesday for the primary election.

In addition to voting on state, county and municipal seats, Pennsylvania voters will be deciding who will be on the November ballot for the 18 U.S. House seats and one of the state’s two U.S. Senate seats.

Stay with Channel 11 News and WPXI.com all day for complete election coverage and results as they come in. 

Here is what you need to know if you're headed the polls:

What time do the polls open and close? 

The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

How do I find my polling place? 

Click here to find your polling place, fill out the information and press "search."

What do I need to bring to the polling place? 

First-time voters must show identification to vote. You can show a photo ID, but it does not have to be a photo ID. Those who have voted before do not have to show identification. Click here for a list of acceptable forms of ID.

RELATED:

I think I’m registered, is there any way to check? 

You can check on your registration status by clicking here.

Can I vote by absentee ballot?

Yes. You still have time to request an absentee ballot for the Pennsylvania primary. Tuesday is the deadline to request an absentee ballot (one week prior to the primary election). Ballots must be returned by 5 p.m. on the Friday before the election – May 11.

Can I see a sample ballot? 

Click here to find your county's sample ballot.

What if I have trouble casting my ballot at the polling place?

If you are having trouble voting or are told you cannot vote, ask to speak to a supervisor. If your problem is not resolved, you can report the issue to the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. The phone number to call to report an issue with voting is (800) 253-3931.

For more information

Click here for more information, or call, 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772).