Republican Tim DeFoor has won the statewide race for Auditor General, according to the Associated Press.
The AP called the race for DeFoor, of Dauphin County, on Friday, beating out Democratic nominee Nina Ahmad, of Philadelphia, by 4 percentage points, 49.90 percent to 45.90 percent, according to unofficial Department of State data.
The Dauphin County controller will be the first elected row officer of color in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (@AP) — Republican Timothy L. DeFoor, a county controller in central Pennsylvania, has won his race for state auditor general against Democrat Nina Ahmad.
— Marc Levy (@timelywriter) November 6, 2020