The Pennsylvania Primary was held on May 15. Democrats and Republicans went to the polls to elect their candidates for the Nov. 6 General Election. In the GOP governor race, Scott Wagner beat Paul Mango and Laura Ellsworth. Incumbent Lt. Gov. Mike Stack placed fourth in his primary, with Braddock Mayor John Fetterman winning handily. On the GOP side, Jeff Bartos won. For Congress, 12 incumbents ran, and there will be seven open seats in the fall. Six Democratic women and one Republican woman will be on the fall ballot. In the General Assembly, four incumbents lost their primaries. Three Democratic representatives lost their primary: Reps. Dom Costa and Paul Costa in Allegheny County; and March 2017 Special Election winner Emilio Vasquez in Philadelphia. Republican Sen. Randy Vulakovich of Allegheny County lost his primary. To discuss the election and other issues are Angela Couloumbis, State Government Reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer; Marc Levy with the Associated Press and Liz Navratil, State Government Reporter with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Our host is Brian Lockman.