Whitemarsh voters went with the Democrats in all races in the 2018 general election, which mirrored the overall state results for Governor and Senator and within respective Congressional and State Representative Districts. So Wolf, Casey, Dean and Daley all won.

In comparison to the 2014 general election, voter participation was way up. In 2014, which is the same cycle as 2018, voter participation was 52.42%. The 2018 voter participation was 71.02%.

Voter participation was down from the 2016 election, which saw 81.06% participation.  The 2016 cycle included the the race for President.

Please note the 2018 are still listed as unofficial.

2018 Turnout

Registration & Turnout 14,331
Cartridge Turnout 9,777 68.22%
Absentee Turnout 401 2.80%
Total 10,178 71.02%

2016 General Election Turnout

Registration & Turnout 14,190
Cartridge Turnout 10,822 76.26%
Absentee Turnout 681 4.80%
Total 11,503 81.06%

2014 General Election Turnout (same election cycle as 2018)

Registration & Turnout 12,992
Cartridge Turnout 6,662 51.28%
Absentee Turnout 149 1.15%
Total 6,811 52.42%

2018 General Election Results – Whitemarsh Voters

United States Senator

Dem-BOB CASEY JR 6,866 68.03%
Rep-LOU BARLETTA 3,103 30.75%
Grn-NEAL GALE 42 0.42%
Lib-DALE R KERNS JR 81 0.80%
Write-In 0 0%
Total 10,092 100%
Dem-TOM WOLF/JOHN FETTERMAN 7,095 70.13%
Rep-SCOTT R WAGNER/JEFF BARTOS 2,903 28.69%
Grn-PAUL GLOVER/JOCOLYN BOWSER-BOSTICK 25 0.25%
Lib-KEN V KRAWCHUK/KATHLEEN S SMITH 92 0.91%
Write-In 2 0.02%
Total 10,117 100%