Early voting begins for May 22 primary runoff

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If you skipped out on the primaries, you're still eligible to vote and can do so with either party.

Early voting in the Primary Runoff Elections for both the Republican and Democratic Parties will be held this coming week. If you're registered as an Independent, you are able to vote on some ballot initiatives.

"This is the map that many people think is natural for Pennsylvania, which is a 50-50 state, a classic battleground, but hasn't performed that way in terms of congressional elections for decades", he said by telephone.

360 - Candidates for the state's 101 House of Representatives seats.

12 - Republican candidates for House District 81 in Edmond. However, since then, three Republicans have resigned, leaving two seats vacant for now and another filled in a special election by Democrat Conor Lamb.

In the 17th, Democratic Congressman Conor Lamb is running against Republican Congressman Keith Rothfus. Republicans are settling primary races to challenge one Democratic incumbent and to run in November's general election for four open seats. There will be several key races in the state including several Congressional races and the Republican nomination for Governor.

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Fulham enjoyed a good start this week, with Abdoul Camara forcing goalkeeper Scott Carson into a fine save after just nine minutes.

Governor: There are three Republicans running for governor: Paul Mango, Scott Wagner, and Laura Ellsworth. The victor will face Democrat Malcom Cherry. Incumbent Democratic Rep. Will Coursey, is running for Marshall County judge executive.

Four Republicans are running in the primary.

Democrats must gain 24 seats nationwide to take control of the House from Republicans.

To view a sample ballot based on your address, see here.

Mat Pruneda and Andrew Morris are vying for the Texas House District 64 Democratic nomination.

All early voting will take place in the County Clerk Elections Office, which is located on the second floor of the courthouse. The 18th district includes Pittsburgh, the Mon Valley, and other areas south and east of Pittsburgh. The district runs from San Antonio to Austin, with parts north and northwest in the Hill Country and Comal County. The voters in the new district, centered on Delaware County, went for Mrs. Clinton by 28 percentage points in 2016.