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Pennsylvania State Government May 18, 2010 Election
Lieutenant Governor; State of Pennsylvania; Republican Party Voter Information

4 Year Term.

This contest will only appear on Republican party ballots.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Jim Cawley 210,406 votes 26.2%

  • Party: Republican
Chet Beiler Click here for more information about this candidate 164,660 votes 20.5%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: CEO, Amish Country Gazebos
  • Partner, Tombee Trucking, Inc.
  • Partner, Timothy Hughes Rare Newspapers
  • Partner, White Oak Displays
  • B.A., Pepperdine University
  • Devoted husband and father
  • Conservative
  • Making Pennsylvania more business friendly so we can create more jobs
  • Protecting life and liberty
  • Reforming Harrisburg by eliminating pay-to-play corruption
Daryl Metcalfe 102,409 votes 12.8%
  • Party: Republican
Steve Johnson 84,109 votes 10.5%
  • Party: Republican
John Kennedy 73,757 votes 9.2%
  • Party: Republican
Jean Craige Pepper Click here for more information about this candidate 67,219 votes 8.4%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Investment Advisor
  • B.A. - American History, Secondary Education Certification from Hollins University - Roanoke, VA
  • Current First Lady of Lake Erie College
  • Federal Judicial Review Board for Northwest Pennsylvania (1995- present)
  • Former Statewide Director of the Pennsylvania Federation of Republican Women
  • Elected to Governing Council - The Pennsylvania Society
  • PENSIONS: Spearhead the process of addressing PA's looming pension crisis.
  • PRIME: Reinstate the PRIME initiative that Lt. Governor Mark Schweiker developed to find ways to make government more efficient with less money.
  • PRESSURE DRILLING: Prioritize Marcellus Shale assets for PA's successful economic future.
Russ Diamond Click here for more information about this candidate 36,046 votes 4.5%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Entrepreneur
  • Founder & Chairman - PACleanSweep, 2005-2009
  • Golden Dot Award - George Washington University, 2005
  • Citizen of the Year - Philadelphia Inquirer, 2006
  • Public Service Achievement Award - Common Cause/PA, 2006
  • Communicator of the Year - International Association of Business Communicators (Harrisburg), 2006
  • Litimed, citizens' constitutional convention for Pennsylvania
  • Permanent elimination of property taxes
  • Enforcing the 10th Amendment from Harrisburg
Stephen A. "Steve" Urban Click here for more information about this candidate 35,970 votes 4.5%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Lieutenant Governor
  • County Commissioner
  • Lieutenant Colonel, US Army (Retired)
  • Chairman, Luzerne County Flood Protection Authority
  • US Naval War College, MA, National Security and Strategic Studies, 1992
  • Golden Gate University, Master of Public Administration, 1980
  • Kings College, Bachelor of Arts, 1977
  • Cut spending and get our budget in line with our revenues.
  • Cut taxes to improve our economy and create jobs.
  • Work to eliminate school property taxes.
Billy McCue Click here for more information about this candidate 28,318 votes 3.5%
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Entrepeneur
  • Creative Businessperson
  • Maverick
  • Better regulation and disclosure of assisted living home conditions
  • Openness and Transparency in Government
  • Preserving freedom through low taxes and smaller government

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