Election officials temporary suspend voting at one local precinct.
A few polling locations are changing for the May 19 Primary Election.
This was a special Referendum to to collect several million dollars to purchase additional open space lands.
Altoona will now have a full-time mayor.
Congressman Bill Shuster retains his seat by winning 64% of the votes.
Republican Matt Gabler is the incumbent in the 75th District.
Governor Tom Corbett (R) could make history on Election Day, but not in a good way.
The race for the House of Representatives 77th District seat will be between Democrat Scott Conklin and Libertarian Charles Martin.
The race for the 81st District has been highly talked about since the Primary when Incumbent Mike Fleck lost the race on the Republican side to Richard Irvin.
There are two challengers in a State Senate race in the 80th District.
There are two challengers in a State Senate race in our region. Representative Sam Smith is retiring.
There are two challengers in a State Senate race in our region. Senator Rich Kasunic is retiring.
Republican Congressman Keith Rothfus who ran unopposed in the May Primary Election will face off against Democrat Erin McClelland.
Republican Bill Shuster and Democrat Alanna Hartzok square off in the Race for the 9th District.
The 5th Congressional District is the largest voting district in the state.
Today is Election Day and the biggest race on the ballot is the one for governor.
Voters will be heading to the polls for today's Mid-Term Elections.
Today is Election Day and we're Your Local Election Headquarters.
A look at both candidates before you head to the polls
One local township will be voting on a special referendum Tuesday to collect several million dollars.
Governor Corbett makes campaign stop in town
Judy Ward and Jason Lynn want your vote
Tom Wolf made a few stops in Central PA this weekend
Governor Corbett and his democratic challenger Tom Wolf had one final chance to win over the voters of Pennsylvania.
The latest Quinnipiac poll shows the Governor still trailing Democrat Tom Wolf by double digits.
More than a dozen polling places in Blair County are changing to be ADA compliant.
The debate, which got heated at times, covered the topics of education, the economy, pension reform and minimum wage.
A.C. Stickel will be the chairman for another term after a unique election.
Eric Cantor's defeat in the primary is getting GOP members in our area talking.
Pennsylvania is behind most of the nation when it comes to women lawmakers, but one local woman is working to change that.
81st District election results split.
See the results from all the races across our viewing area.
Judy Ward will go for a seat in the State House representing the 80th District in November
Topper was elected to his seat in a special election in January, and is going for a full term in November.
Frank Burns is aiming to retain his seat in the 72nd following redistricting during his current term.
Philip Rice will go against incumbent Frank Burns for the seat representing the new 72nd District in November.
Jim Rigby will run against Democrat Bryan Barbin in November.
Cris Dush will go against Robert "Tony" Santik in the November election.
The referendum will lead to improvements to State College High.
Deberah Kula has been serving as a State Representative since 2007.
Taylor will represent the Democratic party in the November election for a seat in Congress.
Erin McClelland will represent the Democratic Party in November's election.
Shuster will represent the Republican Party when he runs for another term in the U.S. House in November.
Stack defeated four other democrats Tuesday evening.
Wolf defeated Rob McCord, Allyson Schwartz and Katie McGinty in Tuesday's primary.
WTAJ and WeAreCentralPA.com are Your Local Election Headquarters.
Election offices expect a turnout of 10-15%.
The big race includes 4 democrats vying to run against Governor Corbett as he seeks re-election this November.
Democratic candidates hoping to earn the nomination for governor plan to visit the region.
Job creation concerns locally.