2016 PoliticsPA PA Primary Election Pool

ballotThink you’re Pennsylvania’s top politico?

Enter for your chance at eternal glory in this pool cosponsored by PoliticsPA & The Law Office of Adam Bonin.

For the Dem and GOP presidential primaries, the winner will be worth ten points while the GOP runner-up will get you five.

Other ten point questions included: the Democratic Senate primary as well as the Democratic and Republican Attorney General.

In Congress five points go for a successful prediction in the PA-2 Dem primary, the PA-7 Dem primary, the GOP and Dem PA-8 primaries, the PA-9 GOP primary and the PA-16 GOP primary.

Finally, the SD-9 special election, the SD-5 Dem primary and the HD-202 Dem primary are all worth two points.

All you have to do is submit your name, email and selections.

Winners will be announced here later this week.

Click here and good luck.

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  2. There’s about twenty state legislative races I could’ve listed. Had to stop somewhere.

  3. Nice job, but you missed a hot race in PA-194, where Sean Stevens is challenging Pam Delissio. In this district 80% of voters live in Philly (East Falls, Roxborough, Manayunk) and 20% are in Lower Merion (Bala, Belmont Hills). In the 2014 primary Delissio lost in the Philly wards, but Lower Merion block voted her back to Harrisburg.

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