First primary since congressional redistricting in Pennsylvania

May 15 will see primaries in Pennsylvania Nebraska Idaho and Oregon

May 15 will see primaries in Pennsylvania Nebraska Idaho and Oregon

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.

75 - Candidates for the 24 state Senate seats up for election this year.

Gov. Tom Wolf is running unopposed in the Democratic Primary as he seeks re-election to a second term this fall.

Voters in all precincts have a choice in the U.S. Representative District 27 race.

The 21st Congressional District is also up in the air. The victor will face Democrat Malcom Cherry.

HD 68, where four Republicans, three Democrats, a Libertarian and an independent are competing for an empty seat.

There is less than one month until Virginia voters head to the polls in several hotly contest primary races.

12 - Republican candidates for House District 81 in Edmond.

Under Pennsylvania's new congressional map - which was drawn by the state Supreme Court after the court ruled the old map was unconstitutionally gerrymandered - the 6th District includes all of Chester County and part of Berks County.

Six incumbents - Democrats Mike Doyle of Pittsburgh and Brendan Boyle and Dwight Evans of Philadelphia and Republicans Brian Fitzpatrick of Bucks County, Tom Marino of Lycoming County and Lloyd Smucker of Lancaster County - are facing primary challenges. Republicans hold 13 of Pennsylvania's 18 congressional seats.

In a special election for an at-large seat on Coatesville City Council, Democrat Khadijah Al-Amin and Libertarian Nicholas Panagakos are challenging Republican Councilman John Guerrera. Republicans now control the House, 121-82, and the Senate, 36-14.

There are also three special elections on Tuesday to fill vacancies created when three House members left early to take other jobs: Rep. Brandon Neuman, D-Washington; Rep. Scott Petri, R-Bucks; and Rep. Matt Baker, R-Bradford.

To view a sample ballot based on your address, see here.

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