Results are coming in for the largest municipal races across the region.
Centre County's voter turnout didn't pick up throughout the day.
The longest running sheriff in Pennsylvania has chosen to retire.
Huntingdon County District Attorney, and Assistant District Attorney square off for Judge.
Area woman votes to honor her father's civil right's sacrifice.
Judicial candidates debate in their final few weeks of campaigning.
24 hours after Election Day, many fear a new congress may have the same problems, but what do your locally elected officials think?
Rep. Glenn Thompson beats Charles Dumas to keep 5th District seat in US House of Representives.
Benninghoff is humbled after retaining seat in PA House of Representitives.
Incumbent PA Representative Scott Conklin ready to work after beating Ron Reese to retain seat.
There were eleven races in our area that were unopposed. Here's a look at the results from those races.
CBS News is projecting President Obama to have enough electoral votes to ensure a second term in office.
Senator candidate Tom Smith issued a statement Tuesday evening in reaction to the election results.
AT 10:00pm ET CBS News projects Utah and Montana go to Romney.
CBS News has projected the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will go to Barack Obama.
Projections show the Republican party will retain control of the U.S. House of Representatives for the coming term.
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Of the six states who's polls closed at 7pm and 7:30pm Tuesday, Republican challenger Mitt Romney takes an early lead.
Voters heading to the polls are encountering longer lines than usual, some seeing a wait measured in hours.
Items being collected include all campaign signs, stakes, pamphlets, buttons, and posts
On the night before the election some people knew who they were voting for, some people were undecided, and some people just knew they weren't going to vot
Somebody vandalized some political signs in Blair County.
Last minute preparations are underway for Election Day/Night.
In the final days of the 2012 presidential campaign, Pennsylvania has found itself at the center of last minute attention from both parties.
With just days before the election, both parties were campaigning strong in the State College area Saturday.
The only debate in race for Pennsylvania's seat in the U. S. Senate was held on Friday morning in Philadelphia.
With Election Day coming up in less than two weeks, both major parties are going all out to make sure voters are aware of their candidate's positions.
With less than two weeks to go before voters head to the polls, how are
some voters in this region looking at the Presidential candidates?
Ann Romney, the wife of Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney, sits down for a one on one interview with WTAJ Reporter Kevin Flanigan.
Bowlers in Altoona remember when then candidate Obama stopped by an Altoona bowling alley in 2008.
A local University started advertising a solution to the Voter ID problem.
The Non-Partisan organization brings a concert to Happy Valley, while trying to get students to vote and educate them about Voter ID laws.
On Wednesday the Romney Bus Tour made a stop outside the Ebensburg Courthouse, taking aim at President Obama's "Anti-Business" stance.
The weather had a big impact on voting in Cambria County.
In another state-wide race, two Republicans appeared on the ballot for Auditor General
With State Attorney General Linda Kelly not running for re-election, four candidates were vying for her position.
The race for U.S. Senate had 2 Democrats and 5 Republicans.
With the congressional map in Pennsylvania changing, one of two Democrats
The battle for 66th Legislative District ended up being very close.
Geist concedes race for 79th House but says recount may come.
A local branch of the NAACP is speaking out against the Voter ID bill.