Prior Year Election Results

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In this section you can view and download election results for prior year elections.  For each election, you can view a table of the results, and download various raw data files to have full access to each year's election results. 

Note: The following information only includes results for Philadelphia County.  For state-wide election results, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of State.

Select an election:

  • 2014 Primary: On May 20, 2014, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices -  Representative in Congress, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Senator (even numbered districts), State Representative, Members of Democratic and Republican State Committee, Democratic and Republican City Executive Committee Members, and Three ballot questions.
  • 2013 General: On November 5, 2013, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, , District Attorney, City Controller, Judge of Elections , Inspector of Elections and Retention Judges.
  • 2013 Primary: On May 21, 2013, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, District Attorney, City Controller, Judge of Elections and Inspector of Elections.
  • 2012 GeneralOn November 6, 2012, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - President of the United States, Unites States Senator, Representative in Congress, Attorney General, Auditor General, State Treasurer, State Senator (odd numbered districts), State Representative, and four ballot questions.
  • 2012 Primary: On April 24, 2012, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - President of the United States, Unites States Senator, Representative in Congress, Attorney General, Auditor General, State Treasurer, State Senator (odd numbered districts), State Representative, and Delegates to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.  Voters also cast ballots in a concurrent Special Election to fill vacancies in the 169th, 186th, 197th State Legislative Districts.
  • 2011 General: On November 8, 2011, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, Mayor, Sheriff, Register of Wills, City Commissioners, City Council, and two ballot questions.
  • 2011 Primary: On May 17, 2011, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, Mayor, Sheriff, Register of Wills, City Commissioners, City Council, and one ballot question.
  • 2011 Special: On February 1, 2011, Philadelphia voters cast ballots in a special election to fill a vacancy in the 185th State Legislative District.
  • 2010 General: On November 2, 2010, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - Unites States Senator, Representative in Congress, Governor/Lieutenant Governor, State Senator (even numbered districts), State Representative, and four ballot questions.
  • 2010 Primary: On May 18, 2010, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Unites States Senator, Representative in Congress, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Senator (even numbered districts), State Representative, Members of Democratic and Republican State Committee, Democratic and Republican City Executive Committee Members, and four ballot questions.
  • 2009 General: On November 3, 2009, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, District Attorney, City Controller, Judge of Elections and Inspector of Elections.
  • 2009 Primary: On May 19, 2009, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, District Attorney, City Controller, Judge of Elections and Inspector of Elections.
  • 2008 General: On November 4, 2008, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - President of the United States, Representative in Congress, Attorney General, Auditor General, State Treasurer, State Senator (odd numbered districts), State Representative, and four ballot questions.
  • 2008 Primary: On April 22, 2008, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - President of the United States, Attorney General, Auditor General, State Treasurer, State Senator (odd numbered districts), State Representative, and Delegates to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, Members of the Republican State Committee, and two ballot questions.
  • 2007 General: On November 6, 2007, Philadelphia voters cast ballots for the following elected offices - Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, Mayor, Sheriff, Register of Wills, Clerk of Courts, City Commissioners, City Council, and four ballot questions.
  • 2007 Primary: On May 15, 2007, Philadelphia voters cast primary election ballots for the following elected offices - Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge of the Superior Court, Judge of the Commonwealth Court, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge of the Municipal Court, Judge of the Traffic Court, Mayor, Sheriff, Register of Wills, Clerk of Courts, City Commissioners, City Council, and nine ballot questions.