Pennsylvania's 10th District
Last Updated: Oct. 5, 2018, 11:47 a.m.
Pennsylvania’s new 10th congressional district, in the southeast part of the state, contains the cities of Harrisburg and York. It’s most similar to the pre-redistricting district 4, but has moved to the North and contains a greater urban population. It would’ve voted for Donald Trump by 9 points as opposed to old district 4’s 21 point margin for Trump. Republican incumbent and former Army colonel Scott Perry, who has led old D4 since 2013, emphasizes patriotism in his campaign. He faces off against Democratic pastor George Scott, whose slogan is “Integrity. Service. Compassion.”
District Updates and Posts
PA-10: Polls in Our Model
Oct. 11, 2018, 11:13 p.m.
Oct 23-26 Siena College/ 498LV George Scott (D): 43% Scott Perry (R): 45%
New York Times
Oct 19-21 Susquehanna Polling 366LV George Scott (D): 46% Scott Perry (R): 49%
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Sep. 24-25 Public Policy Polling 650 V George Scott (D): 43% Scott Perry (R): 44%
Jun. 8-10 Public Policy Polling 654 LV George Scott (D): 41% Scott Perry (R): 45%