Pennsylvania state elections, 2007

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Pennsylvania's state elections were held November 6, 2007.[1] Necessary primary elections were held on May 15, 2007[2]

Justice of the Supreme Court[edit]

Judge of the Superior Court election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Seamus McCaffery 1,233,265 30.1%
Democratic Debra Todd 1,084,550 26.5%
Republican Maureen Lally-Green 994,760 24.3%
Republican Mike Krancer 783,635 19.1%

Judge of the Superior Court[edit]

Judge of the Superior Court election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Christine Donohue 1,100,362 19.4%
Republican Jackie Shogan 974,748 17.2%
Republican Cheryl Lynn Allen 970,081 17.1%
Democratic Ron Folino 929,552 16.4%
Democratic John Younge 852,537 15.1%
Republican Bruce F. Bratton 834,445 14.7%

Justice of the Supreme Court retention[edit]

Justice of the Supreme Court retention for Thomas G. Saylor.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,184,546 66.9%
No 586,330 33.1%

Judge of the Superior Court retention[edit]

Justice of the Supreme Court retention for Joan Orie Melvin.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,157,431 67.0%
No 569,538 33.0%
Justice of the Supreme Court retention for John L. Musmannog.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,048,803 62.1%
No 641,302 37.9%
Justice of the Supreme Court retention for Correale F. Stevens.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,083,484 63.9%
No 611,503 36.1%

Judge of the Commonwealth Court retention[edit]

Judge of the Commonwealth Court retention for Bonnie B. Leadbetter.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,062,403 63.4%
No 612,136 36.6%
Judge of the Commonwealth Court retention for Bernard L. McGinley.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,039,215 62.8%
No 616,828 37.2%


Judge of the Commonwealth Court retention for Doris A. Smith-Ribnerl.
Candidate Votes Percentage
Yes 1,051,793 62.9%
No 620,319 37.1%

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