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Tribune-Review
| Saturday, November 1, 2014 9:00 p.m

Trib Total Media endorses the following candidates in Tuesday’s election:

For Pennsylvania governor:

Tom Corbett

For Ohio governor:

John Kasich

For U.S. House (Pa.):

• 12th District: Keith Rothfus

• 11th District: LouBarletta

• 9th District: Bill Shuster

• 3rd District: Mike Kelly

For U.S. Senate (W.Va.):

Shelley Moore Capito

For U.S. House (W.Va.):

• 1st District: David McKinley

For U.S. House (Ohio):

• 6th District: Bill Johnson

For Pennsylvania House:

• 46th District: Jason Ortitay

• 57th District: Tim Krieger

• 58th District: Thomas Logan

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