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Unofficial Results: Dinniman v. Amentas, 19th District

Andy Dinniman is making his third bid for the PA Senate; Chris Amentas is challenging him.

Updated 1:14am:

Unofficial results have Sen. Andrew Dinniman holding on to his seat. 

Earlier:

A look at the race for the 19th State Senatorial District, which is made up of parts of Chester and Montgomery Counties.  

About Andy Dinniman:
Andy Dinniman was a four-term Chester County Commissioner before running for Pennsylvania Senate in 2006.

Dinniman is the minority chairman on the Education Committee, and also serves on the Community, Economic and Recreational Development, Environmental Resources and Energy, Agriculture and Rural Affairs and State Government Committees.

Learn more about Dinniman here.

About Chris Amentas:
Chris Amentas is an East Fallowfield Township Supervisor, and served as chairman of the board from 2010 to 2011.

Learn more about Amentas's background here.

Andy Dinniman on the Issues:
Dinniman finds the most important issues in the district to be affordable health care, economic development, education, veterans, environment, protecting pets, serving seniors and supporting first responders.

Read more on Dinniman's stances on these issues here by clicking "the issues".

Chris Amentas on the Issues:
Amentas believes that the most important issues to the district are the economy and jobs, government reform, education and entitlement spending.

Read more on Amentas's stances on these issues here.

Pennsylvania's 19th Senate District Election History:
Andy Dinniman pulled out what was considered a surprise win against now-Pennsylvania Secretary of State Carol Aichele in a 2006 Special Election. Dinniman won by 15 points in his 2008 re-election.

For more reading on Andy Dinniman:
Dinniman's website
Dinniman on Facebook
Dinniman on Twitter

For more reading on Chris Amentas:
Amentas's website
Dinniman on Facebook

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