Who Won Pennsylvania Elections in 2008?
18 incumbents ran for re-election for the House of Representatives in Pennsylvania, and 17 of them won. In the 3rd District Republican incumbent Phil English was defeated by Kathy Dahlkemper (pictured).
There was an open seat in 5th District and GT Thompson held the seat for the Republicans.
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Spector's term ends in 2010, while Senator Bob Casey is up for re-election in 2012.
The next Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Election is in 2010.
Barack Obama won the 21 electoral votes from Pennsylvania.
|1st District||Robert Brady||DEM||Incumbent||90.8%|
|2nd District||Chaka Fattah||DEM||Incumbent||88.9%|
|3rd District||Kathy Dahlkemper||DEM||51.2%|
|4th District||Jason Altmire||DEM||Incumbent||55.9%|
|5th District||Glenn Thompson||REP||56.7%|
|6th District||Jim Gerlach||REP||Incumbent||52.1%|
|7th District||Joe Sestak||DEM||Incumbent||59.6%|
|8th District||Patrick J Murphy||DEM||Incumbent||56.8%|
|9th District||Bill Shuster||REP||Incumbent||63.9%|
|10th District||Chris Carney||DEM||Incumbent||56.3%|
|11th District||Paul Kanjorski||DEM||Incumbent||51.6%|
|12th District||John Murtha||DEM||Incumbent||57.9%|
|13th District||Allyson Schwartz||DEM||Incumbent||62.8%|
|14th District||Mike Doyle||DEM||Incumbent||91.3%|
|15th District||Charles Dent||REP||Incumbent||58.6%|
|16th District||Joseph Pitts||REP||Incumbent||55.8%|
|17th District||Tim Holden||DEM||Incumbent||63.7%|
|18th District||Tim Murphy||REP||Incumbent||64.1%|
|19th District||Todd Platts||REP||Incumbent||66.7%|