Doug Mastriano Concedes Gubernatorial Race In Lengthy Statement After Getting Blown Out

Doug Mastriano Concedes Gubernatorial Race In Lengthy Statement After Getting Blown Out


Pennsylvania state Senator Doug Mastriano conceded in his race for the state’s governorship Sunday evening after losing by more than 14 points to Democrat Josh Shapiro.

Shapiro, 49, the state’s attorney general, won his primary race unopposed and engaged in the risky strategy of funding Mastriano as his preferred rival for the general election.

Mastriano, 58, made his race about social issues but was weakened by his lack of support from Republicans due to his attendance at the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.

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Shapiro won 2,985,433 votes, equivalent to 56.3% of the vote total, while Mastriano won 2,224,406 votes, or 41.9% of the vote.

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