Here's a recap of our endorsements for Tuesday's general election:
• For president: Republican Mitt Romney
• For U.S. Senate, Pa.: Democrat Bob Casey Jr.
• For U.S. Senate, Ohio: Republican Josh Mandel
• For U.S. Senate, W.Va.: Republican John Raese
• For U.S. House, Pa.:
3rd Congressional District: Republican Mike Kelly
9th Congressional District: Republican Bill Shuster
12th Congressional District: Either Republican Keith Rothfus or Democrat Mark Critz
14th Congressional District: Republican Hans Lessmann
18th Congressional District: No endorsement
• For U.S. House, Ohio: 6th Congressional District: Republican Bill Johnson
• For U.S. House, W.Va.: 1st Congressional District: Republican David McKinley
• For Pennsylvania row offices:
Attorney general: Republican David Freed
Auditor general: Republican John Maher
Treasurer: Republican Diana Irey-Vaughan
The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. VOTE!
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