2022 Pennsylvania governor’s race: Josh Shapiro vs. Doug Mastriano
CBS News characterizes the Pennsylvania governor’s race as “likely Democrat,” favoring state Attorney General Josh Shapiro in his race towards Republican Doug Mastriano. Polls closed at 8 p.m. ET.
Gender appears to determine on this race: 51% of males say they voted for Republican Doug Mastriano, in contrast with 47% who say they voted for Shapiro. Among girls, 62% say they voted for Shapiro, whereas 37% voted for Mastriano. Exit ballot percentages might have up to date since this publish was printed.
Shapiro and Mastriano are operating to succeed outgoing Gov. Tom Wolf, who’s term-limited.
Shapiro, 49, ran as a average Democrat. On the path, he touted his report as an lawyer normal who has taken on circumstances addressing sexual abuse within the Catholic Church, sued the Trump administration over well being care and reached settlements over pupil mortgage abuse and the opioid disaster.
Mastriano, 58, a far-right candidate backed by President Donald Trump, is an election denier who chartered buses to Washington for Trump’s Jan. 6, 2021, speech, wherein he exhorted followers to march on the Capitol. He has served as a state senator since 2019, following a 30-year profession within the Army. After excursions in Iraq and Afghanistan he finally retired on the rank of colonel. In 2018, Mastriano ran for Congress, putting fourth within the GOP main.
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