Pennsylvania state elections, 2001

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Pennsylvania's state elections were held November 6, 2001.[1] Necessary primary elections were held on May 15, 2001[2]

Justice of the Supreme Court[edit]

Justice of the Supreme Court election, 2001
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Michael Eakin 1,051,360 52.4%
Democratic Kate Ford Elliott 954,053 47.6%
Justice of the Supreme Court retention for Stephen Zappala, Sr.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 978,709 75.3%
No 320,175 24.7%

Judge of the Superior Court[edit]

Judge of the Superior Court election, 2001
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Richard B. Klein 1,011,943 18.8%
Republican Mary Jane Bowes 1,006,251 18.7%
Republican John T. Bender 880,957 16.4%
Democratic David Wecht 830,824 15.5%
Democratic Lydia Y. Kirkland 825,424 15.4%
Democratic Stephanie Domitrovich 821,377 15.3%
Judge of the Superior Court retention for Stephen J. McEwen Jr.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 909,377 75.0%
No 302,669 25.0%

Judge of the Commonwealth Court[edit]

Judge of the Commonwealth Court election, 2001
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mary Hannah Leavitt 951,745 18.0%
Republican Renee Cohn 948,921 18.0%
Republican Robin Simpson 938,944 17.8%
Democratic James J. Dodaro 865,903 16.4%
Democratic Jerry Langan 821,909 15.6%
Democratic Irwin W. Aronson 821,377 14.2%
Judge of the Commonwealth Court retention for Shelly Friedman.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 890,799 73.7%
No 317,068 26.2%

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