The Democratic Party primary on May 20 should be an interesting one, especially in the Lower Northeast, where there are a few contested races. One of them is for the 179th Pennsylvania House seat now held by freshman state Rep. James Clay Jr.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz, fresh off a resounding re-election win, now has about a year to ponder a big question.
Here's what you need to know about the names you'll see on the ballot Nov. 6.
— The magic number is 28 in this House district. A 28-year-old incumbent vs. his 28-year-old challenger.