Plans call for newly-elected state Rep. Eric Davanzo to be sworn in Monday in the State Capitol in Harrisburg.
Pennsylvania’s 2020 primary election is less than 10 weeks away, and according to information on the Department of State’s database, all U.S. Congress and state legislative races in Fayette and Greene counties and the mid-Mon Valley portions of Washington and Westmoreland counties have both Democratic and Republican candidates.
A Delmont man is seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Guy Reschenthaler in Pennsylvania's 14th Congressional District.
A Democrat, a Republican and a Libertarian will be vying March 17 to fill the unexpired term of Justin Walsh representing part of Westmoreland County.
As a member of the bi-partisan Coal Caucus in the state legislature, State Rep. Pam Snyder said the state needs a wide variety of energy sources to sustain jobs and communities, keep costs affordable for customers and maintain reliability of the power grid.
With one more year to go on his current term in the state House of Representatives, Rep. Matt Dowling (R-51) announced that he is running for reelection in the 51st District.
With all 77 precincts counted, incumbent Fayette County Commissioners Vincent Vicites, a Democrat, and Dave Lohr, a Republican, will remain in their positions for another four years.
Republicans swept the two biggest races in Greene County Tuesday night, capturing both the board of commissioners and the district attorney’s office from Democrats.
Voters have the opportunity on Nov. 5 to elect people to several Washington County offices, including district attorney. Learn more about who's running and why.
The following is a list of contested county, city, borough and township races in Fayette County. Polls are open today between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. To find your polling place, visit: www.pavoterservices.pa.gov.
The Uniontown mayoral race pits an incumbent who has been the city’s mayor for 10 years against a challenger who has been a school board member for nine years.
The campaign committee for a Fayette County commissioner seeking his sixth four-year term led the three other commissioner candidates and their committees by a significant margin in contributions collected and money spent during the general election campaign, according to campaign finance reports filed with the county election bureau.
It was a rewarding election night for the incumbents and one challenger each on the Democratic and Republican ballots in the crowded race for Fayette County commissioner.
A newcomer in the race to be the Fayette County Clerk of Courts has upset the incumbent in the primary and is expected to face off with a Republican opponent in the general election.
Fayette County Magisterial District Judge Richard Kasunic II secured both the Democrat and Republic nominations for his office on Tuesday, paving his way for another six-year term.
While local election bureau directors didn’t expect an exceedingly high turnout for Tuesday’s primary, local judges of elections said the nice weather led to a steady stream of traffic at the polls.
Incumbent Perryopolis-area Magisterial District Judge Richard Kasunic II was the top vote getter on both the Democrat and Republican tickets, meaning he’s virtually assured another six-year term come November.
Democrat Timothy C. Dye secured the party nomination for Fayette County’s clerk of court’s office, besting longtime incumbent Janice Snyder.
There will be a race in the fall to see who takes over a vacant magisterial district judge’s office in the Monessen area of Westmoreland County.
Three candidates are vying for the Republican and Democratic nominations in the May 21 primary for magisterial district judge seat covering Monessen, North Belle Vernon and a portion of Rostraver Township.
The following is a list of the contested Fayette County races in the May 21 primary election. The Herald-Standard will post election results on www.heraldstandard.com this evening, and print full results of the county's contested races in Thursday's edition.
There are five candidates running for two open slots on the Republican ballot for Fayette County commissioner in the May 21 primary, consisting of one incumbent and four challengers.
Three Democratic candidates for Fayette County commissioner are vying for two open slots in the May 21 primary election and weighed in on several issues for the Herald-Standard.
After what’s been a turbulent year for Monessen city council, five Democratic candidates – two incumbents and three newcomers – will face off for two council seats on Tuesday.
Scott Hileman has announced his candidacy in the May 21 Primary Election for supervisor in Washington Township, Fayette County where he has been a roads/public works employee for 35 years.
Richard A. Kasunic II of Dunbar Township has announced his candidacy for re-election as magisterial judge for the jurisdiction covering 15 municipalities in Fayette County.