Congressional Campaign Nominating Petition Filings Thread

We are keeping a running list of who has filed for what Congressional seat ahead of Tuesday’s deadline for Congressional candidates.

We will update this article throughout the day as the Department of State updates their database.

CD-1

Democrats:

Rachel Reddick

Steven Bacher

Scott Wallace

Republicans:

Brian Fitzpatrick (Incumbent)

Dean Malik

CD-2

Democrats:

Brendan Boyle (Incumbent)

Michele Lawrence

Republicans:

David Torres

CD-3

Democrats:

Dwight Evans (Incumbent)

Kevin Johnson

Republicans:

Bryan Leib

CD-4

Democrats:

Shira Goodman

Madeleine Dean

Mary Daley

Joseph Hoeffel

Republicans:

Daniel David

CD-5

Democrats:

Greg Vitali

Rich Lazer

Mary Scanlon

Dan Muroff

Molly Sheehan

George Badey

Lawrence Arata

David Wertime

Shelly Chauncey

Thaddeus Kirkland

Margo Davidson

Ashley Lunkenheimer

Theresa Wright

Lindy Li

Republicans:

Paul Addis

Pearl Kim

CD-6

Democrats:

Christina Houlahan

Republicans:

Gregory McCauley

Ryan Costello (Incumbent)

CD-7

Democrats:

Greg Edwards

John Morganelli

David Clark

Susan Wild

Roger Ruggles

Richard Dougherty

Republicans:

Dean Browning

Marty Nothstein

CD-8

Democrats:

Matt Cartwright (Incumbent)

Republicans:

John Chrin

Joe Peters

Robert Kuniegel

CD-9

Democrats:

Susan Quick

Denny Wolff

Gary Wegman

Republicans:

Scott Uehlinger

Dan Meuser

George Halcovage

CD-10

Democrats:

Eric Ding

George Scott

Robert Howe

Christina Hartman

Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson

Republicans:

Scott Perry (Incumbent)

CD-11

Democrats:

Jess King

Republicans:

Lloyd Smucker (Incumbent)

Chet Beiler

CD-12

Democrats:

Marc Friedenberg

Judith Herschel

Republicans:

Doug McLinko

Tom Marino (Incumbent)

CD-13

Democrats:

Brent Ottaway

Republicans:

Travis Schooley

Steve Bloom

John Eichelberger

Douglas Mastriano

Bernard Washabaugh

John Joyce

Art Halvorson

Benjamin Hornberger

CD-14

Democrats:

Bibiana Boerio

Adam Sedlock

Bob Solomon

Thomas Prigg

Republicans:

Rick Saccone

Guy Reschenthaler

CD-15

Democrats:

Susan Boser

Wade Jodun

Republicans:

Glenn Thompson (Incumbent)

CD-16

Democrats:

Christian Rieger

Ronald Dinicola

Robert Multari

Republicans:

Mike Kelly (Incumbent)

CD-17

Democrats:

Conor Lamb (Old 18th district incumbent)

Ray Linsenmayer

Beth Tarasi

Republicans:

Keith Rothfus (Incumbent)

CD-18

Democrats:

Mike Doyle (Incumbent)

Janis Brooks

Republicans:

March 20th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 12 Comments

12 thoughts on “Congressional Campaign Nominating Petition Filings Thread”

  1. Chester Co Dem says:

    Where is Elizabeth Moro? Did she make the ballot?

    1. Daniel Sauder says:

      Agreed. What is the status of Elizabeth Moro?

      1. bluc says:

        Moro is out.

  2. Cumberland Valley Democrat says:

    ALAN Howe for CD 10.

  3. Jim says:

    This list is not complete

  4. Proofread Please! says:

    I believe it should be LAURA, not SUSAN Quick, in PA-9

    1. Just a thought says:

      According, to the candidate detabase on the department of state’s website. It looks as she has herself listed as “QUICK, SUSAN LAURA.” WHich would make one think her first name is Susan. So I guess they did proof read.

      1. Laura Quick says:

        I have to register as I am in the voter registration – I am filed with the Dept of State in the 9th CD as “Laura Quick” Please change this.

  5. Joe says:

    So what do you suppose the price exacted to get Tarasi out of a race against Conor Lamb will be?

    1. DormyStanials says:

      My guess would be that she realizes he is a rising star and a young leader. I think we will see him take out sour shoes Rothfus this year and then be in great shape to gain some experience and be read to take out Toomey in 2022. Blue wave is coming – Trumps legacy will be that Republicans will be out of power for many years.

      1. Paine says:

        I hope she stays on the ballot. What is it hurting? It might just mean that more people get out and vote in the primary. Anyone who gets the required signatures should be encouraged to follow through to the primaries. We deserve diversity of ideas, and we need to start talking loudly about why so few women are in Congress in PA.

  6. instagator says:

    Democrats have a candidate in every race. Republicans fail to organize a candidate for not one not two but three races. Cant win if dont try. Cant recruit new r’s if you dont give them an option. This falls squarly on the head of GOP leadership.

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