Congressman Lou Barletta wins GOP US Senate race

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Governor Tom Wolf's re-election campaign launched a new ad touting his push to "change the way business was done in Harrisburg".

"Tom Wolf, over the last three years, has attempted to tax everyone and everything under the sun", Wagner said.

Along the way, Wagner pumped more than $10 million of his own cash into his campaign, and he spread hundreds of thousands more around the state since a year ago to boost GOP committees and candidates. Scott Wagner for governor.

Wolf likely will attack Wagner as posing a danger to programs for children, schools and seniors, while Wagner likely will attack Wolf as a serial tax hiker, an out-of-touch elitist and a lousy leader.

Unofficial figures from the Union County Department of Elections and Voter Registration indicated Mango received 1,543 votes (47.7 percent) to 1,242 for Wagner (37.8 percent).

"Listen, I'm a blue-collar guy", he told reporters.

Speaking of education, Wagner also said he'd hold public schools more accountable for their own funding, developing a system that allows performance of public and charter schools across the state to be directly compared. She went on to defeat Democrat Bob Kerrey, a former governor who was running for his old Senate seat.

During a primary marked by Mango and Wagner aiming negative, personal TV ads at each other, DiGiorgio repeatedly called for civility.

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"I think we all know that this night did not turn out the way we wanted it to", she said.

As the race ended, he finally got it.

Pennsylvania Republican gubernatorial candidates Paul Mango, Scott Wagner and Laura Ellsworth are battling it out as voters head to polls in Tuesday's primary election.

And Ellsworth and Mango both said they'll support Wagner in service of a larger goal.

"Over the next six months, we're going to show Nebraskans that they have a choice - someone who will fight for our state, not corporations and special interest campaign contributors, or a party-loyalist who votes with her political bosses 98 per cent of the time", Raybould said.

Primary night also gave Wagner and Wolf their running mates.

In the Lieutenant Governor's race, Democratic incumbent Mike Stack has lost reelection in the primary.

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