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PhiladelphiaPittsburghHarrisburg
99%
expected
vote in
County
  • Adams99% in
  • Allegheny95% in
  • Armstrong95% in
  • Beaver95% in
  • Bedford99% in
dem
Josh ShapiroShapiro
56.5%
3,030,066
Percent
  • 40.5%
  • 68.7%
  • 33.5%
  • 50.4%
  • 21.2%
Votes
  • 18,821
  • 393,386
  • 9,523
  • 36,917
  • 4,721
gop
Doug MastrianoMastriano
41.7%
2,238,151
Percent
  • 57.7%
  • 29.7%
  • 64.7%
  • 47.5%
  • 77.4%
Votes
  • 26,819
  • 169,913
  • 18,419
  • 34,777
  • 17,198
lib
Matt HackenburgHackenburg
1.0%
51,598
Percent
  • 1%
  • 0.9%
  • 0.9%
  • 1.1%
  • 0.8%
Votes
  • 467
  • 5,354
  • 265
  • 811
  • 167
other
Christina DiGuilioDiGuilio
0.5%
24,421
Percent
  • 0.3%
  • 0.4%
  • 0.3%
  • 0.5%
  • 0.3%
Votes
  • 160
  • 2,319
  • 88
  • 386
  • 56
other
Joe SoloskiSoloski
0.4%
20,501
Percent
  • 0.4%
  • 0.3%
  • 0.6%
  • 0.5%
  • 0.4%
Votes
  • 192
  • 1,841
  • 162
  • 371
  • 78
other
Write-insWrite-ins
0.0%
91
Percent
  • 0.1%
  • 0.1%
  • 0.1%
  • 0.1%
  • 0%
Votes
  • 39
  • 405
  • 12
  • 53
  • 8
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expected
vote in
% in
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Pennsylvania Governor exit polls

National exit polls

Updated at Dec. 3, 10:38 AM ET
  • Shapiro
  • Mastriano
Gender
Male (49%)
48%
50%
Female (51%)
63%
37%
Race
White (81%)
50%
48%
Black (8%)
92%
8%
Latino (8%)
72%
25%
Asian (2%)
Not enough data
Other (2%)
Not enough data
Race
White (81%)
50%
48%
Non-White (19%)
80%
19%

How are votes in Pennsylvania cast?

Some states and some individual counties provide results broken down by type of ballot cast, which can include Election Day votes, or those cast early, either in person or by mail. Whenever that information is widely available in a state on election night, NBC News will display it.

Break down votes by

Election day
4,111,642votes
(77%)
Top Candidate
D. Mastriano
Mastriano
R
Early by mail
1,365,659votes
(25%)
Top Candidate
J. Shapiro
Shapiro
D
100% of votes broken out by vote type as of now

The expected vote is the total number of votes that are expected in a given race once all votes are counted. This number is an estimate and is based on several different factors, including information on the number of votes cast early as well as information provided to our vote reporters on Election Day from county election officials. The figure can change as NBC News gathers new information.

Source: National Election Pool (NEP)