Joe Szymanski talks with Virginia Delegate Elizabeth Guzmán, a progressive who is running for Lieutenant Governor on a left-leaning platform.
Browsing: Row offices
The 2020 elections have finally ended, with Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff giving Democrats the majority in the United States…
Few expected that Republican Stacy Garrity would upset incumbent Democrat Joe Torsella in the Pennsylvania State Treasurer race.
The North Carolina Council of State has a 6-4 Republican majority, but control of the body following the 2020 elections is a tossup.
The three Pennsylvania row offices are all up for election in 2020, and all of them are currently held by Democrats.
Richard Petty had a legendary NASCAR racing career, but his attempted career in North Carolina politics ended in failure.
PA Democrats chose progressive Nina Ahmad instead of moderate Michael Lamb in in the Auditor General primary, and that could cost them the seat.
Lancaster Democrat Christina Hartman became a bright spot for the party in 2016, but failed congressional and Auditor General runs leave her future uncertain.
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.
Current Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale is running for Congress, which means the Auditor General position is the only open row office this year.