Pennsylvania Election Results 2012
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|% reporting||Race||Democratic Candidates||Results||Republican Candidates||Results|
||U.S. Senate||Bob Casey Jr.||2,899,659||Tom Smith||2,417,029|
||PA Treasurer||Robert M. McCord||2,762,278||Diana Irey Vaughan||2,315,845|
||PA Attorney General||Kathleen G. Kane||3,005,522||David J. Freed||2,227,836|
||PA Auditor General||Eugene A. DePasquale||2,623,291||John Maher||2,454,802|
|99||Congress District 18||Larry Maggi||115,975||Tim Murphy||204,784|
President Barack Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden were re-elected Tuesday night, defeating Republican challenger and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his vice-presidential running mate Rep. Paul Ryan.
Obama won Pennsylvania, gaining the state's 20 electoral votes.
In Pennsylvania's 2012 race for U.S. Senate, incumbent Bob Casey Jr. (D-Scranton) defeated Tom Smith (R-Shelocta).
In the races for three state offices:
- Auditor General: Democrat Eugene A. DePasquale of York County defeated Republican John Maher of Upper St. Clair and Libertarian Betsy Elizabeth Summers
- Attorney General: Democrat Kathleen G. Kane of Lackawanna County defeated Republican David J. Freed of Cumberland County and Libertarian Marakay J. Rogers.
- Treasurer: Incumbent Democrat Robert M. McCord of Montgomery County defeated Republican Diana Irey Vaughan of Washington County and Libertarian Patricia M. Fryman.
Incumbent Tim Murphy will remain the U.S. representative of the 18th congressional district.
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