Lebanon County 2022 general election results

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Lebanon County voters are heading to the polls in the Nov. 8 Pennsylvania General Election.

Once we have live results we will be tracking governor and U.S. Senate races here.

Voting in PA: What you need to know before you cast a ballot

Josh Shapiro vs Doug Mastriano PA Governor race

Current Pennsylvania attorney general Democrat Josh Shapiro faces off against state Sen. Doug Mastriano, a Republican.

Shapiro has served as a state representative along with his current role as attorney general. He also served as a Montgomery County commissioner.

Mastriano served time in the military before winning a seat in the state senate. He retired as a colonel after three decades in the Army.

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John Fetterman vs Dr. Mehmet Oz U.S. Senate race

Current Lt. governor Democrat John Fetterman will face television doctor Dr. Mehmet Oz, a Republican.

Fetterman spent 13 years as Braddock's mayor before becoming Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor in 2019. He ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate in 2016.

Dr. Oz worked as a cardiothoracic surgeon before launching "The Dr. Oz Show," an Emmy-winning daytime TV talk show focused on health and wellness in 2009.

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9th Congressional race

Democratic candidate Amanda Waldman is running against incumbent Republican Dan Meuser.

The district covers all of Bradford, Columbia, Lebanon, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties as well as, parts of Berks, Luzerne, and Lycoming counties. Click here for live results.

48th state Senate seat

Incumbent Republican Chris Gebhard faces Democratic challenger Calvin Clements for the 48th state Senate seat.

The district covers Berks, Lancaster and Lebanon counties.

98th state House seat

Three candidates are vying for the 98th state House seat.

The district covers parts of Lancaster and Lebanon counties. In Lebanon, it consists of Mount Gretna borough and South Annville and South Londonderry townships.

101st state House seat

Two candidates − Democratic Catherine Miller and Republican John Schlegel − are vying for the 101st state House seat.

The district covers part of Lebanon County. It consists of the City of Lebanon, Cornwall borough and the following townships: North Cornwall, North Lebanon, South Lebanon, West Cornwall and West Lebanon.

102nd state House seat

Democratic candidate Laura Quick is challenging incumbent Republican Russ Diamond for the 102nd state House seat.

The district covers part of Lebanon County. It consists of Cleona, Jonestown, Myerstown, Palmyra and Richland boroughs as well as the townships of Annville, Bethel, East Hanover, Heidelberg, Jackson, Millcreek, North Annville, North Londonderry, Swatara and Union.

What time are polls open in Pennsylvania?

In-person polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Those who are in line by 8 p.m. are entitled to vote. If you received a mail-in ballot but choose to vote in person, bring your ballot and envelope to the polls, where you can vote. If you applied for a mail-in ballot but didn’t receive one, you can still vote in person at the polls by provisional ballot.

Where do I vote in PA?

If you haven't sent in a mail-in ballot, but aren't sure where to vote, you can find your polling place here.

This article originally appeared on Lebanon Daily News: Lebanon PA 2022 general election results