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Pennsylvania GOP Senate race likely headed to a recount to be decided in June : NPR
A likely recount would mean that the race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick might not be decided until June 8, the deadline for counties to report their results to the state.
The outcome of the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary might not be known before June
May 20, 20229:40 PM ET
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Pennsylvania Republican Senate candidates David McCormick, left, and Mehmet Oz are seen during campaign appearances in May 2022 in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania's Republican primary for an open U.S. Senate seat is too close to call and is likely headed for a statewide recount to decide the winner of the contest between heart surgeon-turned-TV celebrity Dr. Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund CEO David McCormick.
A recount would mean that the outcome of the race might not be known until June 8, the deadline for counties to report their results to the state.
Oz, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump, led McCormick by 1,079 votes, or 0.08 percentage points, out of 1,340,248 ballots counted as of 5 p.m. Friday. The race is close enough to trigger Pennsylvania's automatic recount law, with the separation between the candidates inside the law's 0.5% margin. The Associated Press will not declare a winner in the race until the likely recount is complete.
Both campaigns have hired Washington-based lawyers to lead their recount efforts, and both have hired Philadelphia-based campaign strategists who helped lead the operation to observe vote-counting on Election Day for Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2020.
The two campaigns already had dozens of lawyers and volunteers fanned out around the presidential battleground state as election workers and election boards toiled through the remaining ballots.
The big field of Republican candidates and their super PACs reported spending more than $70 million during the primary campaign. The winner will face Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in November's midterm elections in what Democrats see as their best opportunity to pick up a seat in the closely divided Senate.
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Fetterman won the Democratic nomination while in the hospital recovering from a stroke four days before the election. The incumbent, Republican Sen. Pat Toomey, is retiring after serving two terms.
Trump's clout is again on the line, as he looked for a third straight win in Republican Senate primaries after "Hillbilly Elegy" author JD Vance prevailed in Ohio earlier this month and U.S. Rep. Ted Budd easily scored a victory in North Carolina on Tuesday.
County election boards began meeting Friday to sort out problematic or provisional ballots, even as election workers processed the last of the mail-in ballots and election-day ballot tallies from precincts.
The state's 67 counties have until Tuesday's deadline in state law to certify their results to the state. Then the state's top election official has until next Thursday to issue a recount order, which is mandatory — unless the losing candidate asks in writing that it not be carried out.
Oz's campaign manager declined to comment Friday evening. McCormick's campaign said it has no plans to decline a recount.
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Counties have until three weeks after the election — June 7 — to finish the recount and another day to report results to the state.
The initial result could change: A recount of a statewide judicial race last November ended up padding the winner's margin by more than 5,500 votes in a race where more than 2 million ballots were cast.
Before that, there could be a flurry of lawsuits contesting the decisions of certain counties on whether to count ballots that may be difficult to read or bear some kind of irregularity.
As of yet, neither campaign has gone to court, and both candidates have expressed confidence in victory.
Oz and McCormick dominated the seven-person GOP field, blanketing the state's TV screens with political ads for months and spending millions of their own money, before conservative activist Kathy Barnette surged in the campaign's final days.
The fiery, hard line pro-Trump alternative blistered both Oz and McCormick as "globalists," pro-Trump pretenders, carpetbaggers and too wealthy to help regular people. She finished a distant third.
Oz, who is best known as the host of daytime TV's "The Dr. Oz Show," had to overcome misgivings among hardline Trump backers about his conservative credentials. Rivals also charged that his dual citizenship with Turkey would compromise his loyalties to the United States. If elected, Oz would be the nation's first Muslim senator.
McCormick was virtually unknown four months ago and emphasized his credentials as a hometown success story.
He not only had to overcome Trump's endorsement of Oz, but Trump also attacked McCormick viciously and repeatedly in the final two weeks of the race, calling him a Wall Street liberal, a sellout to China and the candidate of "special interests and globalists and the Washington establishment."
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Pennsylvania Senate Election Results for the 2022 primary election. See Live Pennsylvania Senate Election Results and Maps by state, county and district from NBC News.
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Pennsylvania Senate Primary Election Results: Fetterman wins, GOP race too close to call
On the Republican side, Mehmet Oz is locked in a three-way fight for the GOP nomination with Dave McCormick and Kathy Barnette.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman fended off challengers to capture the Democratic nomination.
Democratic Primary Results
PROJECTED WINNER FETTERMAN (D)
99% OF EXPECTED VOTE IN
Estimated remaining 12,891
Republican Primary Results
TOO CLOSE TO CALL OZ (R) 31.2% MCCORMICK (R) 31.1%
99% OF EXPECTED VOTE IN
Estimated remaining 9,510
Pennsylvania Democratic Primary Results
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Harrisburg 99% EXPECTED VOTE IN Adams 99% in Allegheny 95% in Armstrong 99% in Beaver 99% in Bedford 99% in DEM FETTERMAN 58.7% 744,195 81.2% 60.4% 65.5% 50.6% 77.6% 5,527 116,428 2,817 8,831 1,541 DEM LAMB 26.3% 332,761 11.5% 35.1% 30.7% 45.5% 16.4% 781 67,568 1,321 7,947 325 DEM KENYATTA 10.8% 136,470 4.4% 3.2% 1.1% 1.6% 2.4% 300 6,243 46 285 48 DEM KHALIL 4.2% 53,683 3% 1.3% 2.7% 2.2% 3.6% 201 2,447 115 384 71
Pennsylvania Republican Primary Results
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Harrisburg 99% EXPECTED VOTE IN Adams 99% in Allegheny 95% in Armstrong 99% in Beaver 99% in Bedford 99% in GOP OZ 31.2% 418,535 32% 32% 32.7% 32% 29.2% 5,331 29,547 3,404 5,667 2,922 GOP MCCORMICK 31.1% 417,465 25.8% 39.2% 36.8% 36.2% 27.4% 4,294 36,258 3,833 6,421 2,740 GOP BARNETTE 24.7% 330,671 26.2% 19.9% 21.6% 21.4% 28.3% 4,365 18,389 2,251 3,784 2,828 GOP SANDS 5.4% 73,001 8.9% 3.9% 4.7% 5.2% 7.2% 1,485 3,582 487 918 724 GOP BARTOS 4.9% 66,311 5.7% 3.4% 2.9% 3.6% 6.9% 953 3,111 307 644 687 GOP GALE 1.5% 20,166 0.7% 1.1% 0.8% 1.1% 0.5% 117 1,020 84 192 54 GOP BOCHETTO 1.1% 14,341 0.7% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.5% 120 484 49 97 51
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)
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