Poll: Which Member of Congress has the Toughest Primary?

Five Pennsylvania members of Congress are facing primary challenges this April. Who do you think will have the toughest time?

Note: we’ve excluded the Altmire/Critz primary because, c’mon. Too obvious.

Which Member of Congress has the Toughest Primary?


  • PA-17: Tim Holden (D-Schuylkill) challenged by Matt Cartwright (45%)
  • PA-18: Tim Murphy (R-Allegheny) challenged by Evan Feinberg (37%)
  • PA-13. Allyson Schwartz (D-Montco) challenged by Nate Kleinman (12%)
  • PA-9. Bill Shuster (R-Blair) challenged by Travis Schooley (3%)
  • PA-14. Mike Doyle (D-Allegheny) challenged by Janis Brooks (3%)

Total Voters: 1,062

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Update: Jimmie Moore dropped his primary challenge to Rep. Bob Brady Wednesday. The race has been removed from the poll.

February 28th, 2012 | Posted in Congress, Features, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 1 Comment

One thought on “Poll: Which Member of Congress has the Toughest Primary?”

  1. David Diano says:

    The Jimmie Moore campaign just pulled out of the race, so there no longer is a primary against Brady.

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