Election 2018

The Big List of Pittsburgh candidates in 2018

Keep track of Pittsburgh-area candidates here.

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MJ Slaby

Updated, Nov. 17, 4:57 p.m.

Mark your calendar for May 15 and Nov. 6.

Those are the dates of the 2018 primary and general elections, respectively, in addition to two special elections next year. Ballots will include members of the Allegheny County’s Harrisburg delegation, as well as those in the Pa. congressional delegation.

Here at The Incline, we’re tracking who’s running and will be regularly updating this list.

U.S. Senator

Sen. Bob Casey (D)

Casey is running for a third term.

Challengers

U.S. Representatives

U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus (R)

Pa. District 12: Map

Challengers

Rep. Michael Doyle (D)

Pa. District 14; Map

Special election to replace Rep. Tim Murphy (R)

Pa. District 18; Map

Murphy resigned Oct. 5 following claims he mistreated staff and urged the woman he was having an affair with to have an abortion, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. The special election to replace him is March 13.

Republican candidate

Potential candidates (Democrats will pick their candidate Nov. 19.)

Pennsylvania governor and lieutenant governor

Gov. Tom Wolf (D)

Wolf confirmed he’s running for an second term.

Challengers

Lt. Gov. Mike Stack (D)

Stack is seeking reelection.

Challengers

State Senators

Sen. Randy Vulakovich (R)

District 38; Map

Challengers

Sen. Wayne D. Fontana (D)

District 42; Map

State Representatives

Rep. Robert F. Matzie (D)

District 16; Map

Rep. Jake Wheatley Jr. (D)

District 19; Map

Rep. Adam Ravenstahl (D)

District 20; Map

Challenger

Rep. Dom Costa (D)

District 21; Map

Challenger

Rep. Dan Frankel (D)

District 23; Map

Rep. Ed Gainey (D)

District 24; Map

Rep. Joseph F. Markosek (D)

District 25; Map

Rep. Daniel J. Deasy (D)

District 27: Map

Rep. Mike Turzai (R)

District 28; Map

Turzai is running for governor, the Associated Press reported.

Candidate

Rep. Hal English (R)

District 30; Map

Rep. Anthony M. DeLuca (D)

District 32; Map

Rep. Frank Dermody (D)

District 33; Map

Rep. Paul Costa (D)

District 34; Map

Challenger

Special election to replace Rep. Marc Gergely (D)

District 35; Map

Gergely resigned Nov. 6 ahead of sentencing for connections to an illegal gambling ring. A special election to replace him will be next year, but the date is TBA.

Candidate

Rep. Harry Readshaw (D)

District 36; Map

Rep. Bill Kortz (D)

District 38; Map

Rep. Rick Saccone (R)

District 39; Map

Saccone is seeking the congressional seat vacated by Murphy.

Rep. John Maher (R)

District 40; Map

Rep. Daniel Miller (D)

District 42; Map

Rep. Mark Mustio (R)

District 44; Map

Rep. Anita Astorino Kulik (D)

District 45; Map

Rep. Jason Ortitay (R)

District 46; Map

Ortitay is seeking the congressional seat vacated by Murphy.

Rep. Eli Evankovich (R)

District 54; Map

Evankovich isn’t running again.

Candidate