Election Results: Representative in Congress

Primary Election Results
May 17, 2022

As of June 10, 2022 (11:45 a.m.)

Representative in Congress
* incumbent

PA-01Bucks and Montgomery Counties

(R) Brian Fitzpatrick* d. Alex Entin, 60,456 (65.55%) vs. 31,769 (34.45%)

  • Bucks: Fitzpatrick 51,051, Entin 27,308; 
  • Montgomery: Fitzpatrick 9,405, Entin 4,461

(D) Ashley Ehasz, 79,418

PA-02Philadelphia County

(R) Aaron Bashir 11,796

(D) Brendan F. Boyle* 53,825

PA-03Philadelphia County

(R) none

(D) Dwight Evans* 97,709 (75.66%) d. Alexandra Hunt 25,712 (19.91%) and Michael Cogbill 5,728 (4.44%)

PA-04Berks and Montgomery Counties

(R) Christian Nascimento 47,151 (68.84%) d. Dan Burton 21,343 (31.16%)

  • Berks: Burton 10,299, Nascimento 3,699
  • Montgomery: Nascimento 43,452, Burton 11,044

(D) Madeleine D. Cunnane* 96,624

PA-05Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties

(R) David Galluch 55,761

(D) Mary Gay Scanlon* 79,759

PA-06Berks and Chester Counties

(R) Guy Ciarrocchi 23,344 (33.05%) d. Steve Fanelli 21,129 (29.91%), Ron Vogel 15,614 (22.11%) and Regina Mauro 10,544 (14.93%)

  • Berks: Vogel 4,411, Fanelli 3,267, Ciarrocchi 3,103, Mauro 3,056
  • Chester: Ciarrocchi 20,241, Fanelli 17,862, Vogel 11,203, Mauro 7,488

(D) Chrissy Houlahan* 71,652

PA-07Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe and Northampton Counties

(R) Lisa Scheller 34,495 (51.33%) d. Kevin Dellicker 32,707 (48.67%)

  • Carbon: Dellicker 4,044, Scheller 3,686 
  • Lehigh: Dellicker 15,796, Scheller 15,265
  • Monroe: Scheller 792, Dellicker 683
  • Northampton: Scheller 14,752, Dellicker 12,184

(D) Susan Wild* 63,772

PA-08Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike and Wayne Counties

(R) James Bognet 46,969 (68.74%) d. Mike Marsicano 21,361 (31.26%)

  • Lackawanna: Bognet 11,680, Marsicano 5,175
  • Luzerne: Bognet 18,928, Marsicano 7,302
  • Monroe: Bognet 7,036, Marsicano 3,721
  • Pike: Bognet 3,676, Marsicano 2,618
  • Wayne: Bognet 5,649, Marsicano 2,545

(D) Matt Cartwright* 68,155

PA-09Berks, Bradford, Columbia, Lebanon, Luzerne, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties

(R) Dan Meuser* 102,071

(D) Amanda Waldman 41,378

PA-10 – Cumberland, Dauphin and York Counties

(R) Scott Perry* 84,626

(D) Shamaine Daniels 32,230 (52.54%) d. Rick Coplen 29,116 (47.46%)

  • Cumberland: Coplen 15,280, Daniels 5,598
  • Dauphin: Daniels 19,065, Coplen 6,376
  • York: Daniels 7,567, Coplen 7,460

PA-11Lancaster and York Counties

(R) Lloyd Smucker* 96,844

(D) Bob Hollister 46,037

PA-12Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties

(R) Mike Doyle 39,513

(D) Summer Lee 47,959 (41.89%) d. Steve Irwin 46,980 (41.04%), Jerry Dickinson 12,430 (10.86%), Jeff Woodard 5,450 (4.76%) and Will Parker 1,666 (1.46%)

  • Allegheny: Lee 45,202, Irwin 40,524, Dickinson 11,055, Woodard 4,719, Parker 1,493
  • Westmoreland: Irwin 6,456, Lee 2,757, Dickinson 1,375, Woodard 731, Parker 173

PA-13Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry and Somerset Counties

(R) John Joyce* 114,126

(D) none

PA-14Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland Counties

(R) Guy Reschenthaler* 81,170

(D) none

PA-15Armstrong, Cameron, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Forest, Indiana, Jefferson, Lycoming, McKean, Potter, Snyder, Tioga, Union, Venango and Warren Counties

(R) Glenn Thompson Jr.* 99,249

(D) none

PA-16Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango Counties

(R) Mike Kelly* 87,012

(D) Dan Pastore 44,247 (69.011%) d. Rick Telesz 19,773 (30.89%)

  • Butler: Pastore 8,074, Telesz 5,760
  • Crawford: Pastore 4,442, Telesz 567
  • Erie: Pastore 26,596, Telesz 1,801
  • Lawrence: Telesz 6,328, Pastore 1,056
  • Mercer: Telesz 5,064, Pastore 3,085
  • Venango: Pastore 994, Telesz 253

PA-17Allegheny and Beaver Counties

(R) Jeremy Shaffer 40,954 (58.66%) d. Jason Killmeyer 16,790 (24.05%) and Kathy Coder 12,073 (17.29%)

  • Allegheny: Shaffer 31,303, Killmeyer 13,432, Coder 8,131
  • Beaver: Shaffer 9,651, Coder 3,942, Killmeyer 3,358

(D) Chris Deluzio 62,332 (63.65%) d. Sean Meloy 35,595 (36.35%)

  • Allegheny: Deluzio 51,215, Meloy 30,241
  • Beaver: Deluzio 11,117, Meloy 5,354

3 Responses

  1. I’ve heard Mike Molesevich got enough write in votes to face Glenn Thompson in the fall in the 15th district.

  2. Mike Kelly is a liar and mental slug, a sad excuse of a human being, but too representative of his district.

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