Some state House representatives in the area didn’t have to worry about protecting their seat from challengers in Tuesday’s primary, but the incumbents will face a contested general election in November.
Save for any write-in surprises, there was only one candidate each for Republicans and Democrats to vote for in the 86th, 87th and 88th legislative districts.
In the 86th Legislative District, Republican incumbent Mark Keller will likely face Democrat Karen Ann Anderson in November. The district includes all of Perry County, as well as Hopewell Township, Newburg Borough, Shippensburg Township, Shippensburg Borough and Southampton Township, Cumberland County.
In the 87th Legislative District, Republican incumbent Greg Rothman will likely face Democrat Sean Patrick Quinlan. The district includes Camp Hill Borough, East Pennsboro Township, Hampden Township and part of Silver Spring Township (precincts 1-4 and 7).
In the 88th Legislative District, Republican incumbent Sheryl Delozier will likely face Democrat Jean Foschi in the November. The district includes Mechanicsburg Borough, Upper Allen Township, Shiremanstown, Lower Allen Township, Wormleysburg, Lemoyne and New Cumberland.