PoliticsPA will be covering election news and returns all Tuesday and late into the night to bring you the latest. This thread will feature the congressional matchups between Jason Altmire v. Mark Critz, and Evan Feinberg v. Tim Murphy.
9:45pm: PoliticsPA is calling the race for Tim Murphy. He is pulling in 63% of the vote with half the precincts reporting.
6:00PM: Murphy’s campaign manager James Genovese, reports that “things continue to go great. The Murphy team plans to work their hardest until the polls close tonight. Excitement ensures the volunteers who have been knocking on doors, making phone calls, and those stationed at the polls throughout the day.”
5:13pm: Feinberg’s latest update entails that his team continues to work the polling stations and adds that he is “very excited for the victory party.”
4:00PM: Altmire’s spokesperson says, “We have a record number of volunteers in the field helping to get out the vote and feel very confident about where we stand.” He also said that after visiting different areas of the district, Altmire is currently on his way back to DC, where he will maintain his record of never missing a single vote.
3:45PM: Murphy’s campaign manager says that they are “finishing strong.” In addition to knocking on doors and making phone calls, Murphy’s campaign manager reports that they have “over 100 polling locations covered from Crescent to Ligonier, Washington to Waynesburg.” The support for the Congressman “has been fantastic.”
2:41PM: Feinberg continues to stay positive. He says that he is “very confident about our prospects and are expecting victory.” Feinberg noted that the turnout appears to be low, but the voters that his campaign team has targeted have shown up to vote. Feinberg also added that Murphy has very few poll workers out today.
2:30PM: Critz’s campaign says it’s looking like they’ll have 30-35% turnout in Cambria County, which would meet their expectations. They’re still collecting numbers for Beaver County, but turnout is “extremely low.”
12:15pm: Murphy’s campaign manager James Genovese says that “things are looking great” on the Murphy front. Genovese reported that volunteers are “making calls, knocking on doors, and covering the poll locations to get the vote out.”
11:40AM: Candidate Evan Feinberg reports that there is a “clear enthusiasm gap in our favor and the voters we have been talking to for months are showing up and supporting my candidacy.” Reports from his grassroots poll workers have been “universally positive” as well.
11:30AM: Critz campaign manager Mike Mikus said they just got some numbers from key precincts in Cambria and Somerset, and they are currently on pace to meet or exceed their vote goals in those counties.
7:00am: Candidates’ election day plans
Jason Altmire, CD-12
Congressman Jason Altmire is expected to vote tomorrow morning between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. at the McCandless Town Hall, 9955 Grubbs Road, Wexford, PA.
Congressman Altmire will then travel through the 12th Congressional District for the remainder of the day.
In the afternoon, Congressman Altmire, having never missed a single vote, will travel to Washington, DC where the U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to begin votes at 6:30 p.m.
Mark Critz, CD-12
Mark Critz voting time and location
7:00 AM – 7:40 AM
St. Patrick’s Church Hall
609 Park Avenue
*He will be staying to greet voters as well
Mark Critz greeting voters at the polls
7:50 AM- 8:20 AM
565 Walters Road,
8:35 AM- 9:05 AM
East Taylor Fire Company
403 Donruth Lane
10:30 AM- 11:15 AM
Christ Lutheran Church
5330 Logan’s Ferry Road
12:15 PM- 1:00 PM
St. Mary’s Divine Mercy
605 10th Street
Beaver Falls PA
1:30 PM- 2:15 PM
St. George Byzantine Church
1001 Clinton Street
3:10 PM- 3:55 PM
North Hills Church of Christ
797 Thompson Run Road
Ross Township, PA
4:35 PM- 5:15 PM
Plum Senior High School – Large Gym Entrance
900 Elicker Road
5:40 PM- 6:25 PM
2800 Schreiber Street
Lower Burrell, PA
7:10 PM- 8:00 PM:
St. Martin’s Catholic Church Social Hall
5684 Route 982
New Derry, PA
Election Night Party
8:00 PM – ???
Holiday Inn Johnstown
250 Market Street