Special Election in Central Pennsylvania Tuesday

There is a special election in central Pennsylvania on Tuesday, August 20.

Voters in Snyder and Union counties will head to the polls to vote for a new state representative in Pennsylvania's 85th district.

Republican David Rowe, a small business owner, is facing off against Democrat Jenn Rager-Kay, a physician.

A former state worker, Republican Clair Moyer, is running a write-in campaign.

The winner replaces Republican Fred Keller, who was recently elected to the U.S. Congress.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

2 comments

    • Lisa Marshinski

      Agreed. But there are a lot of Republicans that need a smack in the back of the head. Too many have lost their balls and forgot about that little thing called the Constitution that they took an oath to uphold. They are caving to the crazies for votes and money over morals and responsibilities.

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