THE “NEW” 14th DISTRICT- DID YOU MAKE THE CUT?

NOTE: For official information about your Congressional District, please click here to refer to the official Voter Registration Status page from the Pennsylvania Department of State.

On February 19, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court struck down the previous Congressional District lines on the grounds of partisan gerrymandering and issued a new set of district boundaries. These new districts are effective beginning with the May 15, 2018 Primary Election.

If you live in Washington, Westmoreland, or Greene Counties and you voted in the March 15, 2018 Special Election, where Conor Lamb defeated Rick Saccone, be advised that Conor Lamb will NOT be on your ballot on May 15. He has chosen to run in the new 17th District, which includes his home in Allegheny County. But until the winners of the 2018 General Election are sworn in, Conor Lamb will continue to serve as a Congressman for the old 18th District.

Confused yet? You’re not alone.

All you need to know is that if you supported Conor Lamb in the Special Election, you can vote for Bob Solomon because Conor will not be on your ballot.

To try and make things a little easier, check out the map of the new 14th District and the list of every municipality in the new district. If you live in Washington, Greene, or Fayette Counties, you’re in the 14th District. If you live in Westmoreland County, look at the list below and see whether you are in or out of the 14th. If you have any questions about these somewhat confusing changes, please email us at info@solomon4congress.com¬†and we will get in touch with you ASAP.

All of Fayette, Greene, and Washington Counties are in the 14th. Westmoreland County is only partially in the 14th- see the list below to find out which communities are included.

The following municipalities are included in the newly-redrawn 14th Congressional District:

Questions or Comments? Let Bob Know!

PAID FOR BY BOB SOLOMON FOR CONGRESS

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