Pennsylvania’s June 2 primary election is just over a week away.
Smart Talk‘s Election 2020 coverage begins with conversations with two Congressional candidates. Both are Democrats and face a competitor in the primary. They are running in separate districts. The conversations focus on where the candidates stand on the issues.
Eugene DePasquale is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 10th Congressional District. The 10th district encompasses all of Dauphin County, the northern half of York County and eastern Cumberland County. DePasquale is running against Tom Brier in the Democratic primary. The winner will face incumbent Republican Scott Perry in November.
Paul Daigle is vying for the U.S. House of Representatives seat in the 11th Congressional District. The 11th district is made up of all of Lancaster County and the southern half of York County. Daigle is running against Sarah Hammond in the Democratic primary. The winner will face incumbent Republican Lloyd Smucker in November.
Election coverage on WITF is supported by the law firm of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP