Preliminary Election Results
The preliminary results for Tuesday’s Primary Election have been tabulated. At press time, more than 99% of Pennsylvania’s election precincts have reported results, and 91% of mail-in and absentee ballots have been counted so the final numbers will not be significantly different from these results. More Democrats voted than Republicans yesterday, but the overall turnout was only around ¼ of eligible voters.
The presumptive nominees for President both won handily with Joe Biden receiving the support of 93% of Democratic Voters and 83.5% of Republicans supporting Donald Trump over Nikki Haley. The United States Senate Race will pit incumbent Democrat Bob Casey against David McCormick. Elections for statewide officials will see Eugene Depesquale run against David Sunday for Attorney General, Malcolm Kenyatta as a Democrat Challenger to Auditor General Timothy DeFoor, and Erin McClelland challenging Republican Stacy Garrity for Treasurer. More results, such as the races for state and federal representatives, can be found at

ATV Crash Kills One, Injures Another
Tidioute – A woman was killed and a man severely injured after an ATV crash in Warren County’s Triumph Township, late Saturday night. The crash involved two residents of Sandusky Ohio, a 29-year-old man whose name has not been released suffered severe injuries, and 29-year-old Brenna Pravlik was killed in the crash. According to investigators at the scene, neither of them was wearing safety gear when the four-wheeler overturned and police suspect that driving under the influence may be involved in the incident.

Police Investigate House Shooting
Jackson Center – In Mercer County, authorities are perplexed by an investigation into a single gunshot that was fired at the home of a Jackson Center man sometime on Friday. Police say that the 65-year-old man called them around 9 o’clock Saturday morning to report that someone had shot his house on North Foster Road within the last 24 hours. The Pennsylvania State Police admit that they have no suspects, leads, or witnesses in this investigation and are asking anyone with information to call Mercer State Police at (724)662-6162.

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