Pennsylvania State Treasurer election, 2004

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Pennsylvania Treasurer election, 2004
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Nominee Bob Casey, Jr. Jean Craige Pepper
Party Democratic Republican
Percentage 61.3 36.5

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County results

Treasurer before election

Barbara Hafer
Republican

Elected Treasurer

Bob Casey, Jr.
Democratic

Pennsylvania's Auditor General election was held November 2, 2004.[1] Necessary primary elections were held on April 27, 2004.[2] Bob Casey, who was term limited in his position as Auditor General, successfully earned the Democratic nomination for Treasurer (he was unopposed in the primary) and won in the general election for this post by a comfortable margin. Republicans had trouble recruiting a top-tier candidate. Jean Craige Pepper, an Erie financial executive, was the only Republican who filed.

General election[edit]

Pennsylvania state treasurer election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bob Casey, Jr. 3,353,489 61.3
Republican Jean Craige Pepper 1,997,951 36.5
Libertarian Darryl Perry 61,238 1.1
Green Paul Teese 40,740 0.7
Constitution Max Lampenfield 20,406 0.4

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