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Pennsylvania Auditor General election, 2004

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Pennsylvania Auditor General election, 2004

Pennsylvania's Auditor General election was held November 2, 2004.[1] Necessary primary elections were held on April 27, 2004, with both major party candidates running unopposed.[2] Democrat Jack Wagner, a State Senator from Pittsburgh was elected Auditor General; he had previously been the endorsed Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor in 2002, but was upset by Catherine Baker Knoll. The Republican candidate was Joe Peters, a Department of Justice official who was well known for prosecuting Philadelphia mafia boss Nicodemo "Little Nicky" Scarfo.

General election

Pennsylvania Auditor General election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jack Wagner 2,786,909 52.1%
Republican Joe Peters 2,430,648 45.4%
Green Ben Price 53,716 1.0%
Libertarian Berlie Etzel 52,869 1.0%
Constitution Leonard Ritchie 28,776 0.5%


  1. ^ Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information
  2. ^ Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information
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