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Still Making Election Day Decisions?

The biggest race on the ballot is the Democratic gubernatorial primary.

Election Day is Tuesday, May 20.

Pennsylvania's primaries are closed, which means that you must be a registered Democrat to vote in the Democratic primary, or a registered Republican to vote in the Republican primary.

Use this online tool to find your polling place; simply input your address and it will tell you where you go to vote.

The biggest race on the ballot is the Democratic gubernatorial primary. Have you made up your mind? Check out the websites of the four contenders to get a better feel for the candidates before you head to the polls:

Tom Wolf

Allyson Schwartz

Robert McCord

Kathleen McGinty

The winner of Tuesday's primary election will face Gov. Tom Corbett in November.

What issue is most important to you this Election Day?

spendurown$ May 20, 2014 at 08:27 AM
The Dem gubernatorial is just interesting because all candidates have proven that they are liars and childish. The most important race, in my opinion, is the Rep. State Rep race between Metcalf and Marburger. Marburger, by all rights, should be out of the race as he failed to qualify to even get ON the ballot, and yet continues as a write-in. I was astounded by his campaign's decision to be so foolish, until I found out he is a big, liberal democrat running in the Republican primary, and totally funded by the AFL-CIO as a spoiler candidate. They call my house constantly, the wife even knocked on our door. I am terrified that people haven't read up on Marburger and could be fooled. I think Republicans should get to pick a real Republican. Metcalf is doing a fantastic job, and changing things in Harrisburg. Re-elect Metcalf!
Jeff McLaughlin May 20, 2014 at 11:28 AM
Nice endorsement for the big bucks polluting our politics, spendurown$. Maybe sit this one out and leave democracy to the people rather than banks, big business, and zillionaire donors.
barnaby ruhe May 21, 2014 at 10:26 AM
and which candidate is LOUD against fracking, the ban. outright. like the brave mayor of Pittsburgh. he'll win easy. only tiny percentage are BREAKING EVEN with their frack drill lease on their property, since property value will end up at zero! ooops. the rest art losing their property value and their water will cause brain damage- look up the MSDS and OSHA on Benzene, folks, it is clear. so that makes 80 percent of Pennsylvania dead set against fracking. and hey, WE aren't making the gasprofits, only politicians and out of staters are! AND they leave US the cleanup. all of it. FRACKERS WILL NOT NOR ARE THEY ABLE TO REMOVE THE FRACKWASTEWATER SPILLING OVER OUR PRECIOUS WATERTABLE.

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