Several statewide races, including U.S. Senate, on ballots

The battle for president and several statewide contests, including a U.S. Senate race, will also be featured on the April 23 primary election ballots in Pennsylvania.

Joe Biden will be joined on the Democratic ballots for president by Dean Phillips, who is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Minnesota.

The Republican ballot will feature former president Donald Trump and former South Carolina governor and diplomat Nikki Haley.

Biden and Trump are likely to have their party nominations all but clinched by the time the Pennsylvania primary rolls around.

Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, who is seeking re-election to a fourth six-year term, has no ballot opposition on the Democratic ticket.

Two Republicans, Dave McCormick and Joseph J. Vodvarka, are seeking the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate seat in the primary.

A trio of state row offices are also up for election this year — auditor general, attorney general and treasurer.

Incumbent Auditor General Tim DeFoor, a Republican, is seeking another term.

Vying for the Democrat nomination for auditor general are Mark Pinsley and Malcom Kenyatta.

Attorney General Michelle Henry, a Democrat who was appointed at the beginning of 2023 when Josh Shapiro took over as governor, is not seeking a full term.

Democrats running for the job are Joe Khan, Eugene DePasquale, Keir Bradford-Grey, Jack Stollsteimer and Jared Solomon.

Republicans seeking the GOP nomination for attorney general are Craig Williams and Dave Sunday.

Treasurer Stacy Garrity, a Republican, is seeking another term.

Democrats running for their party’s nomination for treasurer are Ryan Bizzarro and Erin McClelland.