Perk Valley Post-Election Roundup

Stories on the national, statewide and local races on your ballot Tuesday.


It was a big Election Night for Democrats, as they nationally retained the Presidency, and kept the Senate, and swept the ballot statewide.

Locally, Republicans fared better - all Republican incumbents in the area kept their jobs ().

Click here to relive a play-by-play of Election Day in the Perkiomen Valley.

Here are links to all of the Election Night Stories:


U.S. President:

    Barack Obama Re-Elected President

U.S. Senator:

    Casey Beat Smith in U.S. Senate Race

PA Attorney General:

    Kane will be PA's First Female Attorney General

PA Auditor General:

    DePasquale Beats Maher for PA Auditor General

PA State Treasurer:

    SEPA's McCord to Remain PA Treasurer

U.S. Congress, District 6:

    Gerlach to Keep Congressional Seat

U.S. Congress, District 7:

    Meehan Beats Badey to Retain 7th Congressional Seat

PA Senate, District 19:

    Dinniman to Hold State Senate Seat

PA House, District 70:

    Bradford Wins Third Term in 70th District

PA House, District 147:

    Toepel Heading Back to Harrisburg

PA House, District 150:

    Mike Vereb wins Re-Election to Fourth Term


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