What’s on the ballot?

President of the United States

(4-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Hillary Clinton

(Democrat), Donald Trump (Republican),Darrell L. Castille (Constitution),

Jill Stein (Green), Gary Johnson (Libertarian).

United States Senator (6-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Katie McGinty

(Democrat),

Pat Toomey (Republican),

Edward T. Clifford III (Libertarian).

Representative in Congress – 10th District (2-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Michael Molesevich (Democrat),

Tom Marino (Republican).

Representative in the General Assembly – 81st District (2-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Rick Rogers (Democrat), Rich Irvin (Republican).

Representative in the General Assembly – 82nd District (2-year term; vote for not more than 1)

C. Adam Harris (Republican).

Representative in the General Assembly – 171st District (2-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Melody S. Fleck (Democrat),

Kerry A. Benninghoff (Republican).

Pennsylvania Attorney General (4-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Josh Shapiro (Democrat),

John Rafferty (Republican).

Pennsylvania Auditor General (4-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Eugene A. DePasquale (Democrat), John Brown (Republican), John J. Sweeney (Green),

Roy A. Minet

(Libertarian).

Pennsylvania State Treasurer (4-year term; vote for not more than 1)

Joe Torsella (Democrat), Otto Voit (Republican), Kristin Combs (Green), James Babb (Libertarian).

Ballot Question (select no more than 1 response):

Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to require that justices of the Supreme Court, judges, and magisterial district judges be retired on the last day of the calendar year in which they attain the age of 75 years?

Yes, No.