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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, April 24


Primary election results

• Rep. Bryan Cutler holds off challenger Dave Nissley: The two Republican candidates aligned on most issues, but Nissley had contended Cutler compromised too often. (Source: LNP | WITF)

• Janelle Stetson wins PA-10 Democratic primary: The former WGAL news anchor will face Trump ally Rep. Scott Perry in the fall. (Source: CBS 21)

• Dave Sunday, Eugene DePasquale win AG primaries: Sunday defeated Craig Williams handily on the Republican side, while DePasquale bested four Democratic opponents. (Source: Capital-Star)

• FULL RESULTS: For Lancaster County results, click here. For statewide results, click here.

Other news

• Two Black voters allege racist treatment: Grace Henderson and Pilisa Mackey said when they arrived to vote at First United Methodist Church, they were directed to a line for free breakfast. Officials said it was a misunderstanding and Mackey said poll workers there apologized. (Source: LNP)

• With end of Affordable Connectivity Program, low-income households can expect higher Internet prices: The federal program is ending as Pennsylvania rolls out an ambitious broadband expansion initiative. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Manheim Township mulls expansion of municipal offices: The latest proposal calls for adding a $45 million, 95,00-square-foot building to the existing complex. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Supreme Court hears arguments on Idaho abortion law (Source: ABC News) and Trump’s claims of ‘absolute immunity.’ (Source: ABC News) Senate passes aid to Israel and Ukraine, TikTok ban. (Source: NBC News) New federal rule extends overtime pay to millions. (Source: UPI) FTC bans noncompete agreements for most workers. (Source: UPI)