McCaffery, King lead in close race for Superior Court

McCaffery, King lead in close race for Superior Court

One Republican and one Democrat are leading in the race for two open seats on the Pennsylvania Superior Court, with one candidate having declared victory.

Democrat Dan McCaffery and Republican Megan King lead with close to 99 percent of precincts reporting on Tuesday afternoon, a sign that both parties may pick up a victory on the Superior Court bench.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019/Author: Justin Sweitzer
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Election Day Results: Live updates on Marsy's Law, judicial races and local elections from across the state

Election Day Results: Live updates on Marsy's Law, judicial races and local elections from across the state

Voters across the state headed to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballot on several statewide judicial races, a hotly contested constitutional amendment and a series of local races, some featuring state lawmakers. The PLS Reporter has statewide coverage from our bureaus in Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to give you the latest results.
Tuesday, November 5, 2019/Author: The PLS Reporter
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Parties jockey for position, underscore importance of Superior Court elections

Parties jockey for position, underscore importance of Superior Court elections

It may not be as sexy as the ongoing Democratic presidential primary or as drama-filled as the ongoing legal fight over a proposed constitutional amendment, but both parties are underscoring the importance of picking up seats on one of the state’s three appellate courts as a top priority heading into Tuesday’s elections

Republicans will be staking their hopes on the pair of Cumberland County Common Pleas Judge Christylee Peck and Chester County assistant DA Megan McCarthy King. Democrats, meanwhile, are touting Dan McCaffery, currently a judge on the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, and Amanda Green-Hawkins, a lawyer for the United Steelworkers union and a former local Allegheny County politician.
Monday, November 4, 2019/Author: Andrew Bahl
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