Lebanon County 2022 primary election results

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Lebanon County voters will choose a number of state, federal and local nominees in the Pennsylvania primary election Tuesday, May 17.

We're tracking all the elections and you can find results for the governor and U.S. Senate races here.

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Lebanon County's local races

Three candidates are facing off for a shot at the 98th state House season Tuesday.

Faith Bucks, Tom Jones and Lu Ann Fahndrich are running to go up against Democratic candidate Mark Temons in the general election in November.

More:See live results from 98th district Republican primary

State results:2022 Pennsylvania Election Results

What time do 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 County 2022 primary election results and live updates