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.

    1. Correct, just waiting for the Dept. of State to “officially” verify. Supposedly next week.

  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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