|The Green Papers: 2019 General Election|
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|North Carolina 2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2021. No Term Limit.|
|Partisan Composition: 3 Democratic, 8 Republican, 2 Vacancies|
|Special Election - 116th Congress|
Seat up for special election: 2019 (presumably)
Special Election - Caused by the 10 February 2019 death of Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (Republican), 76.
|Republican||Philip Joseph "Phil" Law
|Republican||state Representative Phil Shepard|
|Republican||state Representative Michael Speciale|
|Pennsylvania 2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2021. No Term Limit.|
|Partisan Composition: 8 Republican, 9 Democratic, 1 Vacancy|
|Special Election - 116th Congress|
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 21 May 2019
Special Election - There is no primary. Local party delegates pick their nominees.
|Republican||former Snyder County Commissioner Malcolm L. Derk|
|Republican||Davis C. Haire|
|Republican||state Representative Fred Keller|
|Republican||Bradford County Commissioner Doug McLinko|
|Republican||Joseph "Joe" Peters|
|Republican||state Representative Jeff C. Wheeland
17 January 2019: Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican) resigned effective 23 January. He was first elected in 2010. "Having spent over two decades serving the public, I have chosen to take a position in the private sector ...."
23 January 2019: Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican) resigns.
24 January 2019: Governor Thomas W. "Tom" Wolf (Democratic) calls a Special Election for Tuesday 21 May 2019 to fill this seat. There are no primaries. Local party delegates pick the nominees.
circa 12 February 2019: The Democratic Party has selected Marc Friedenberg as their nominee.
2 March 2019: The Republican Party selects their nominee.
|Political Parties Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.|
| Democratic-Farmer Labor|
|Major Third Parties|
|Other Third Parties|
| Natural Law|
| No Affiliation|
| Non Affiliated|
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