The race for lieutenant governor is heating up among Pennsylvania’s Democrats. Since Pennsylvania is a state in which the lieutenant governor and governor run on the same ticket, the 2014 primary will decide who will represent the party.
Hot topics for this race are sure to include job creation, education, transportation, and the natural gas industry.
At one of the first major events of 2013, State Committee saw hopefuls making the rounds socializing with committee members and even handing out chocolate. There is also sure to be a fair share of politicking and gossip at county committee meetings.
Current possibilities include former US Representative Chris Carney, former US Representative Mark Critz, Harrisburg City Councilman Brad Koplinski, State Senator Daylin Leach, Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli, State Representative Brandon Neumann, and Bradford County Commissioner Mark Smith.
Who would you like to see on the ballot in 2014? Vote below.
Who should the Democrats support for Lieutenant Governor?
- Brad Koplinski (52%)
- Someone else (12%)
- Daylin Leach (8%)
- Mark Crtiz (7%)
- Chris Carney (6%)
- Brandon Neumann (6%)
- John Morganelli (6%)
- Mark Smith (5%)