Most think of PA-01 as the most competitive district in Pennsylvania, but in 2020 it just might be PA-10, pitting Scott Perry (R) vs. Eugene DePasquale (D).
Lancaster Democrat Christina Hartman became a bright spot for the party in 2016, but failed congressional and Auditor General runs leave her future uncertain.
At the time of me writing this, most Pennsylvania primary races have been called while some are still up in the air because of mail in ballots.
This year, with the presidential contests decided and no Senate race, the primaries across the state seem tempered. However, I still do believe that there are some that bear watching once polls close in the state come June 2nd.