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Doyle, Shuster Win 2014 Congressional Primaries

The Congressional primary election has come to a close, resulting in some familiar faces running in November.

District 9 Republican incumbent Bill Shuster took 53 percent of the vote, beating out Travis Schooley with 13 percent and Arthur Halvorson with 34 percent.

Shuster has represented the 9th district since 2001. He will run against unopposed to Democratic candidate Alanna Hartzok in November.

District 14 Democratic incumbent Mike Doyle defeated Janis Brooks 84 percent to 16 percent. This victory marks his 11th term in Congress.

There were no Republican opponents running for District 14.

Jess is from Elizabeth Borough, PA and is a junior at Duquesne University with a double major in journalism and public relations. She was named as a fellow in the WESA newsroom in May 2013.
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