Pennsylvanians vote on new state representative for 8th District

Pennsylvania Elections

The seat was left vacant by Rep. Tedd Nesbit

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(WKBN) – Ohio’s primary election was postponed on Tuesday but in Pennsylvania, voters did go to the polls in a special election.

Residents voted on a state representative for the 8th District, which covers both Mercer and Butler counties.

The seat was left vacant by Rep. Tedd Nesbit.

The final results show Republican Tim Bonner beat Democrat Phil Heasley 3,133 to 984.

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